As Twitchy readers know, The New York Times had quite the hit piece on parents who have voiced their concern over mask and vaccine mandates. Self-described proud member of “Do-Something Twitter” (no, we don’t know what that means either) Will Stancil, having failed to get the memo on which words are unacceptable these days, had a few things to say about the replies to the column. He felt the need to drag Florida Governor Ron DeSantis into the mix, which did not go unnoticed by the Governor’s Press Secretary Christina Pushaw.

We’re not sure how having the word “mom” in your Twitter bio equates to privilege, let alone a likelihood of future fascist politics , but then again, we’re not insane.


Will is apparently not a fan of how his tweets were received:

Nothing much gets by DeSantis Press Secretary Christina Pushaw, and this little rant didn’t either.

He started with a sweeping generalization, brought DeSantis into it for no reason, wished for death in prison on the Governor, and somehow still decided he was the victim:

As always, Pushaw had an answer:

Don’t start none, won’t be none.