24 | EXPRESS | 05.10.2019 | WEEKEND
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@TWILGAMING, criticizing a shirt sold by the senator’s campaign. Don Blankenship coined the “Cocaine Mitch” moniker in a campaign ad during his failed Senate run from West Virginia last year, referencing questionable reports that McConnell’s father-in-law’s shipping company was once involved in smuggling cocaine. Many found the shirt in poor taste.
“THIS PUP IS INNOCENT JESSE. IF A BEAR GIVES U A GIFT U ACCEPT IT GRACIOUSLY. YOUR PUP IS JUST BEING POLITE.” @DARTH, replying to @JesseNeon’s
complaint that his dog, Brick, had struck up a deal with a bear in his neighborhood. @JesseNeon said Brick’s job is to bark and keep animals — like bears — away. However, this bear and Brick seem to have an arrangement: Brick lets the bear raid the trash, and the bear gives him deer bones in return.
“Because nothing matters anymore, and nobody has any shame left, Mitch McConnell’s reelection campaign is selling ‘Cocaine Mitch’ T-shirts.”
“You mean to tell me some people don’t find this tweet [from] Danny Baker offensive?” @CALVINMCCRIMON4, blasting supporters of the former BBC DJ. Baker
was fired Thursday after tweeting a photo of a couple holding hands with a chimpanzee that he captioned, “Royal baby leaves hospital.” The image appeared to be a racist reference to Archie, the first child of Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. Meghan is biracial and has been the target of racist smears from some U.K. outlets. FOX NEWS
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“Surely not just 10 eggs and a bit of toast. There has to be a plate stacked with 30 pieces of bacon on that table somewhere.” @HOOLIELULU, tweeting about a
man who appeared to have ordered a serving of 10 eggs at a Milwaukee, Wis., diner in a Wednesday segment of “Fox & Friends.” However, many noticed the same helping appeared in shots of different diners, leading viewers to believe it was a prop.
“Quite an honor for the Red Socks. Such a storied club, and that rivalry with the Yankys is epic.” @CHRISINROCH, joking about the White House misspelling the name of the World Series champions ahead of the team’s Thursday visit. In a now-corrected website announcement, the White House referred to the Boston baseball franchise as the “Red Socks.” The correct spelling is “Red Sox.”