For better or worse, it’s true: the cable news pundits just aren’t giving their audience any reaction to Tim Kaine whipping out that Mexican thing at Tuesday night’s #VPDebate.
TV doesn't mention whipping out the Mexican thing. Twitter alive with it. The great digital divide.
— Adam L. Penenberg (@Penenberg) October 5, 2016
There’s an issue in there somewhere, and it’s the one with which Donald Trump gained the traction to be taken seriously as a presidential candidate by the public, if not the media.
It also was the issue that landed Trump in hot water, hardly for the last time. Mike Pence wasn’t caught off guard, though he did win the award for line of the night.
Pence with the NFSW, out-of-context quote for the evening: "You whipped out that mexican thing again."
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) October 5, 2016
— CSPAN (@cspan) October 5, 2016
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 5, 2016
— Saqib (@SaqibReports) October 5, 2016
— Shawn Harmsen (@ShawnHarmsen1) October 5, 2016
A hashtag? Lame. Leave that nonsense to the State Department, where it belongs. Just understand that whatever clever thing you’d planned on doing with “that Mexican thing” Wednesday morning has probably already been done.
— Shoshana Weissmann (@senatorshoshana) October 5, 2016
I'm going to quit my job, buy a taco truck, and call it Whip Out That Mexican Thing.
— Jeff Jarvis (@jeffjarvis) October 5, 2016
3-to-1 odds say that Clinton will make a highly scripted “whip out that Mexican thing” joke at some point in the next two weeks
— Max Fisher (@Max_Fisher) October 5, 2016
"You whipped out that Mexican thing again." ~ Carlos Danger #VPDebate
— jon gabriel (@exjon) October 5, 2016
— Ziggy Zee ✌️ (@francie1950) October 5, 2016
Don’t bother searching for the domain name; someone already snapped it up.
who did this ? https://t.co/qzJuhwqiXM
— amber discko ♡ (@amberdiscko) October 5, 2016
Consider yourselves warned:
knew it: that mexican thing dot com redirects to clinton's website
— Gideon Resnick (@GideonResnick) October 5, 2016