Wayne LaPierre on meet the press frothing out the mouth like a crazy man.—
Tom Colicchio (@tomcolicchio) December 23, 2012
Bravo’s chef Tom Colicchio got the spittle-ball rolling. As Twitchy reported, NRA Chief Wayne LaPierre appeared as a guest on “Meet the Press” this morning.
I never believed in Lizard People until I saw this Wayne LaPierre interview on "Meet the Press."—
Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) December 23, 2012
Yuk, yuk, yuk! It’s getting tired, Mr. Black.
David Gregory completely let his bias show; to Piers “Musket” Morgan, that’s totally awesome. Journalism shmournalism!
Thinking is hard and so is maturity. But what is really important to add to our national dialogue?
That’s right. We need to have a national conversation about spittle, according to Twitter users, including some members of the media. It is the most pressing issue of our time, evidently.
Angles! Wait, but whose spittle was on the grassy knoll? Were there two spittle-spewers or just one?
HD is not kind to the spittle on the right of LaPierre's mouth.—
(@daveweigel) December 23, 2012
The Guardian’s Dominic Rushe includes a photo, too.
MSNBC’s Finney thinks it is of the utmost import!
How can she fawn over Gregory’s bias while distracted by spittle?
Other Twitter users join in the froth-obsession. See, he’s totally crazy and stuff. Because, saliva.
The spittle on the corner of NRA's Wayne LaPierre's mouth during his Meet the Press interview doesn't make him look less unhinged.—
Jenifer Ward (@jenifer_ward) December 23, 2012
The spittle on the right side of Wayne LaPierre's mouth has been glistening for the entire duration of interview. Yuck.—
Erica Payne (@EricaPayneAP) December 23, 2012
NRA exec VP LaPierre needs to swipe that bit of spittle from the left corner of his mouth on the next commercial break. Come on, dude.—
Kevan S (@TheSherbinator) December 23, 2012
Is there a "Wayne LaPierre spittle" parody account yet?—
Chris L (@brittonlowe) December 23, 2012
I took a break from cooking and chores to search for clip of LaPierre frothing at the mouth. I'M ONLY HUMAN—
Bridget Williams (@bridgetwi) December 23, 2012
The spittle in the corner of Wayne LaPierre's mouth needs its own twitter feed.—
Mike Wade (@beattrapkit) December 23, 2012