We looked at this once and instantly believed it was real. This is MSNBC after all.
I’ve looked at this a dozen times and still can’t believe it’s real. pic.twitter.com/bQ0cgFqwoN
— andrew kaczynski (@KFILE) January 3, 2019
Congratulations, Jeff Flake, you’re a maverick. It’s a shame you chose to retire, being a maverick and all. But Mitt Romney should be proud that his op-ed calling out President Trump’s character earned him some face time on MSNBC.
— Evan Falchuk (@efalchuk) January 3, 2019
— Knape Hall (@KnapeHall) January 3, 2019
— Eric Baker (@ChuckTownBaker) January 3, 2019
“These sprightly young kids bringing new energy to bank de-regulation that is desperately needed.”
— CJ (@EndlessSpazz) January 3, 2019
Mavericks?! This is hilarious ?
— ? ? Lovser from Angry Mob (@hanae_56_20) January 3, 2019
Is Ben Sasse just Jeff Flake with his hair parted on the other side?
— Bill the Lizard (@lizardbill) January 3, 2019
Serious question here: are we sure that Flake and Sasse aren't the same person, or reasonable facsimiles of each other? #Replicas
— J M i r a n d a (@miranda_jeff) January 3, 2019
— Fresh Fry ? (@anyfreshfry) January 3, 2019
Huh. I guess "maverick" doesn't mean what it used to.
— Anne (@SparksMom53) January 3, 2019
Man, the meaning of that word has seriously been diluted.
— Jérémy Burnich (@saucier) January 3, 2019
— Ted Baxter (@TedBaxter4trump) January 3, 2019
Seriously @MSNBC ? “Mavericks”?
— Spencer Garrett (@1SpencerGarrett) January 3, 2019
— Molly Jong-Fast (@MollyJongFast) January 3, 2019
— Jason Grant (@jase0910) January 3, 2019
Mavericks as in conservative impotents? Or, perhaps, talkers not walkers? Good lord, at least be a maverick for reals.
— Colleen Duffy-Smith (@Colleenski) January 3, 2019
where are the air quotes for the (mis)use of "mavericks" here? pic.twitter.com/xoqg0sVA0u
— Julie C (@politicsofJulie) January 3, 2019
It makes perfect sense. MSM calls a Republican who votes against party -“maverick” – a cool/positive term. Has media ever called a Dem who voted against party a “maverick”? https://t.co/w1aQZbW6cH
— Emily Miller (@EmilyMiller) January 3, 2019
Actually MSNBC calls them centrists and "reasonable moderates" Guessing you don't watch MSNBC much… but it is the place to find Third Way, No Labels and House Problem Solvers Caucus hacks on tv to punch at the left.
— 5 min conversation (@ehnottooxabi) January 3, 2019
Has there ever been a pivotal Democrat that voted against their party in any important legislation?
— Groundshy (@groundshy) January 3, 2019
Dems never vote against party. It’s the one thing they do really good. Republicans are too spineless and inept to do what they do. Think dems are gonna cave now that they have the House? Nope.
— politickin’ like jigga (@thatbyrdie) January 3, 2019