Here’s one of those fairly rare tweets that drops a mic on itself:
Congress has a job to do. Begin impeachment hearings now.
— MoveOn (@MoveOn) April 18, 2019
LMAO. Isn’t that special!
— CB (@TexasCB) April 19, 2019
Somebody call Alanis Morissette, I need a ruling…
— Fat Dave (@realFatDave) April 19, 2019
I think they’ll fail to understand your tweet on multiple levels, but I want to let you know I was 😂.
— Douglas Stewart (@airplane42) April 19, 2019
MoveOn was of course founded just over 20 years ago in an effort to help out Bill Clinton and move on from impeachment efforts against him. How things have changed!
Shouldn’t we #MoveOn ?
— jonathan robert ⏳ (@the_jon_a_thon) April 19, 2019
We don’t think they’re going to take their own advice this time.
MoveOn suddenly doesn't want to MoveOn anymore.https://t.co/6h1m0Lr7D1
— David Henry (@imau2fan) April 19, 2019
Apparently they’ve changed the entire meaning of the group’s name.
— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) April 19, 2019
When you've abandoned your founding principles…
> They started by passing around a petition asking Congress to "censure President Clinton and move on", as opposed to impeaching him. https://t.co/tRgCkApaJX
— Michael K Pate (@michaelkpate) April 19, 2019
You should probably move on. https://t.co/kYlS0cnVMl
— JWF (@JammieWF) April 19, 2019
Lol. They need to move on. They won't of course. https://t.co/FcvoDrVObQ
— KayBDay (@IndieArtSouth) April 19, 2019