There may come a day when Twitchy scales back its copious coverage of conservative actor James Woods. But thankfully, today is not that day.
Woods brought the house down with his successful Twitter campaign to bring mainstream media attention to the brutal beating death of World War II vet Delbert Belton.
We did it. Got the story into the national arena. Well done, fellow Twitter Activists. http://t.co/Opq52QfJAO
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 23, 2013
Now that it’s a national story, should we expect President “If I Had a Son” to weigh in on Belton’s murder? Perhaps another “healing” Obama speech? Woods has a pretty good idea of what the brainstorming would look like:
Another win from the must-follow Mr. Woods, who recently and rightly called race-hustler Al Sharpton a “blatant bigot.”
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 24, 2013
Sharpton sat next to Obama and Eric Holder at a civil rights meeting this week. No word on whether he used a photo of Medgar Evers as ID to clear White House security, but it’s clear this hasn’t changed:
Followers loved Woods’ “behind-the-scenes” photo of Obama’s speech prep with Sharpton. It has been retweeted more than 1,000 times.
@RealJamesWoods I'm liking you (and your tweets) more and more, Mr Woods.
— Cynical Mike (@CynicalMike) August 24, 2013
@RealJamesWoods – Good one! Made me look! LOL
— Dragon Eye??? (@Marie__Price) August 24, 2013
The Sharpton/Obama photo summed up in one word:
— Lucia D (@lpd473) August 24, 2013