As Twitchy reported earlier, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott reported today that Texas on Sunday had reported zero deaths from COVID-19 and the fewest COVID cases in 13 months, despite his and other governors’ “Neanderthal thinking” that led them to end mask mandates. When Abbott did end the mask mandate and declared Texas open for business, Gov. Gavin Newsom called it “absolutely reckless,” and Beto O’Rourke told MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace that Abbott was leading “a cult of death … You have folks literally upending civilization as we know it.”
The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin wrote a column about it, asking why we were “bailing out” Texas and arguing that we should prioritize states that were acting responsibly. Abbott was clearly going to kill more people.
Abbott is going to kill more Texans https://t.co/R34z4NGXHL
— Jennifer 'pro-voting' Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) March 3, 2021
So Abbott didn’t kill more Texans?
A+ tweet! Well done!!!
— PacerX (@PacerX1) May 17, 2021
Sorry no one in Texas is dying. You must be quite upset that you were, once again, wrong.
— Glen Bolger (@posglen) May 17, 2021
11 weeks later and the Texas stats are better than ever. COVID is not problem.
— K Blank (@kjblank80) May 17, 2021
— Kevin Alumbaugh (@kevn_rayy7) May 17, 2021
— George (@GeoSKiii) May 17, 2021
This aged well… 😂😂😂
— Chad Miller🇻🇦 (@thatchadmiller) May 17, 2021
Way to politicize a virus
— Pat (@Patrick23709879) May 17, 2021
But…it didn't happen. Can you admit you were wrong?
— Brian Hipp (@Brianhipp) May 17, 2021
— TXStrat (@TXStrat) May 17, 2021
— Rai Masuda (@rai_guy) May 17, 2021
— Kurt Steiner (@Kurt_Steiner) May 17, 2021
— Pat's Facial Adhesive Strips (@SpotTaken) May 17, 2021
Boy this didn't age well
— Harold B. Gilchrist (@hbgilchrist) May 17, 2021
— name_withheld (@fayghost) May 17, 2021
Aged really well genius
— Eddie from Acworth (@eddiemattingly) May 17, 2021
Hey look…..he was actually right! Care to admit it?
— 🍊Jester🇺🇲 (@R0ckyTop) May 17, 2021
— Rubbie (@robadob92) May 17, 2021
Grabbing the popcorn. You never miss the opportunity to be wrong. Goodness.
— iBucks4ever (@clybucks) May 17, 2021
— Jake Avra (@jakeavra) May 17, 2021
Any follow up Jennifer?
— Blake Flood (@BartlebyTS) May 17, 2021
— Matthew Pfeil (@pfeil_matthew) May 17, 2021
— P Tee Dubya (@Ptwarg) May 17, 2021
When the loathsome Jennifer Rubin made this declaration, it was obvious that COVID was over in Texas.
— The Intersect (@mburm201) May 17, 2021
Its been two months, Jennifer, has everyone in Texas died yet?
— Gen. John Stark (@nhpal09) May 17, 2021
@TwitterSupport this tweet is clearly deceptive and meant to mislead the public concerning critical health issues.
— Jed Hayden, Esq… (@EsqJed) May 17, 2021
— Malcolm Gillson (@mwg2019) May 17, 2021
How do you still have a job when you're always wrong?
— Rich Kroeter (@rkroeter) May 17, 2021
Have you apologized for this yet? Or do you just expect people to believe you have even a sliver of credibility or integrity left after making wildly disgusting accusations like this that turn out completely wrong over and over?
— Eric Kimmel (@ekimmel11) May 17, 2021
11 weeks later and you’re still a hack.
— Look behind you (@PeytonSchmidt2) May 17, 2021
You are an absolute 🤡
— Gendry Johanneson (@Gunnar413) May 17, 2021
Brian Stelter turned his obsession with Fox News and Trump into a book; somebody should compile all of Rubin’s old tweets and publish those for a laugh.
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Rep. Dan Crenshaw has joined the pile-on:
— Dan Crenshaw (@DanCrenshawTX) May 17, 2021
Blue-check libs LIGHT UP 'sanctimonious douche' Michael Moore after he channels Keith Olbermann on Texas and vaccines https://t.co/bTRck7NmD0
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 3, 2021