As Twitchy reported earlier, Trump Derangement Syndrome has deeply infected the entire Vindman family, not just Alexander Vindman. His wife, Rachel, tweeted Tuesday that Rep. Elise Stefanik has the blood of Ukrainians on her hands for voting to acquit President Trump in the Democrats’ second impeachment effort. Vindman even brought Stefanik’s baby into the argument, saying when she holds her baby she should think of all the mothers in Ukraine who will never see their children again.
.@RepStefanik You have the blood of Ukrainians on your hands. When you hold your new baby I want you to think of the mothers of @Ukraine who will never see their children again because you abdicated your responsibility to hold Trump accountable for his extortion. https://t.co/9vOpDkoGSw
— Rachel Vindman 🌻 (@natsechobbyist) March 1, 2022
It’s an endless cycle: blue-check tweets something stupid and then returns later to insult everyone who called her out. Vindman says she’s honored that her unhinged tweet brought out the crazies.
This tweet is attracting crazies which, I must say, is a huge honor. I very much appreciate the quote tweets but I especially enjoy your idiotic non substantive comments that tell me you can't debate on the merits so you result to ad hominem attacks or pure stupidity.
— Rachel Vindman 🌻 (@natsechobbyist) March 1, 2022
Who’s resorting to ad hominem attacks?
No, it’s attracting *critics*, because you look like a lunatic.
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) March 1, 2022
I’d heard things about you but I had no idea you were this nuts. Maybe stop day drinking.
— Julie Gunlock (@JGunlock) March 1, 2022
An ad hominem attack draws a crapton of attention, to which weirdo lady claims are ad hominem attacks of pure stupidity. pic.twitter.com/udvf7XuL0z
— Smoke yer Pipe if ya got it! (@Jlisa42067) March 1, 2022
What the hell is wrong with you? You’re broken.
— Great Plains Girl (@HeartlandRaised) March 1, 2022
— Eric Flowers (@EricArmyflowers) March 1, 2022
— dubs, DiL, LIGAF (@mrbigdubya) March 1, 2022
— MATTMcAllister (@Catfatmatty) March 1, 2022
weird so on what merit do you actually think you made a point?
— 𝚓𝚎𝚛𝚎𝚖𝚢 𝚍𝚎𝚑𝚗𝚎𝚛 (@jeremydehner) March 1, 2022
Reading your first tweet, and "debating on the merits" doesn't seem to be what it's about.
— ℙ@υℓ Ѧʊℊґ◎ṧ (@NimbalFrocke) March 1, 2022
When do we debate?
— Mark Zylstra (@markpzylstra) March 1, 2022
Are you actually saying your original comment wasn’t an ad hominem attack?
Debate the “merits” of your original comment? Now that’s pretty funny.
— Gabble Ratchet (@counter_pt) March 1, 2022
Oh honey, your post to Elise was an ad hominem attack. Let the grown-ups discuss geopolitics while you and your husband pretend to care about what's happening in Ukraine.
How many lies has Flounder shared today?
— Deedo 🚚 (@Deedo_70) March 1, 2022
Your original statement is an ad hominem attack, genius.
— Just Me 📚 (CNN is Trash) (@OSUBuckeyes9) March 1, 2022
You’ve already shown to be a terrible person. But stupid too. When you go after a newborn infant who wasn’t even conceived when Trump was impeached, then that is the definition of someone who can’t debate on the merits/ad hominem. How can a baby debate the merits of something?
— Rebecca Downs (@RebeccaRoseGold) March 1, 2022
Tweet crazy, receive crazy.🤷🏼♀️
— Amy Oh (@AmyOhMG) March 1, 2022
— Dr. High Functioning Sociopath PhD, EdD, STD, ADHD (@rorschach1934) March 1, 2022
Put the drinks down and get some rest. The only crazy in this situation is you.
— David Wallace (@dwally_215) March 1, 2022
Pro Tip: tweet crazy shit, attract crazy replies. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.
— Ken Gardner (@KenGardner11) March 1, 2022
You should triple down here in about an hour or so
— Benjamin (@TeamBegan) March 1, 2022
That this is said without a hint of self-awareness and irony is the most delicious part.
— Lawrence Scott Davis (@LarryScottDavis) March 1, 2022
"idiotic non substantive comments"
Girl, that's your MO. Silly troll.
— Cranky "Yippee Kyiv MF" Gordon (@StillCrankyAF) March 1, 2022
“Oh wow, I said something really stupid and am getting criticism.” – not a serious person.
— ol’ swamp 🇺🇸 (@nephsons1) March 1, 2022
Here's some facts if you want to debate the merits of your statement…
1. Putin didn't invade Ukraine when Trump was President
2. Trump armed Ukraine to a much stronger level than the previous administration.
Your attempt to try and blame Trump for what is happening is telling
— ZenWayofLife (@ZenWayof) March 1, 2022
A woman made a statement in support of Ukraine and you accused her of having blood on her hands and brought up her newborn child, but please, enlighten us on substantive comments and ad hominem attacks. 😂
— Fuzzy Chimp 🇺🇸 (@fuzzychimpcom) March 1, 2022
We’re guessing her argument is that because Trump was acquitted … Putin decided to invade Ukraine?
Alexander Vindman’s wife Rachel says new mom Elise Stefanik has ‘the blood of Ukrainians on [her] hands’ and should think of that when she holds her baby https://t.co/MBP1tldTrY
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 1, 2022