Over the past few weeks, Twitchy has been reporting on superfan aka Hillary fanboy, Peter Daou and his ridiculous obsession with tweeting about Grammy Clinton. Over the weekend in fact, Daou challenged prominent Conservatives to a debate on #TrumpRussia, which didn’t go all that great for him.
But Daou didn’t let that stop him from challenging the same group … again.
— Peter Daou (@peterdaou) March 27, 2017
Hey guys! You didn’t kick my butt hard enough the FIRST TIME so let’s try this again.
Peter, I said I thought Russia meddled and should be investigated. I just think you're shilling for Hillary first, America distant second. https://t.co/9wiHqkD1VO
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) March 28, 2017
And there’s Jonah with a truth-bomb.
You can call it "shilling." From my perspective, the character assassination Hillary endured is profoundly destructive to American politics. https://t.co/7QCjIBsROf
— Peter Daou (@peterdaou) March 28, 2017
Oh dear sweet baby corn … seriously?
Nobody needed to assassinate her character, she did that just fine on her own.
@peterdaou Huh maybe she shouldn't have committed felonies and respond to Benghazi calls but what do I know
— Vareck Bridges (@Gray_Wolfs76) March 28, 2017
The character assassination was more tolerable (and more richly deserved) than her prefabricated and empty apotheosis. @peterdaou
— zzz (@MoonbatCatnip) March 28, 2017
— Gary HokieHawk (@grsvt81) March 28, 2017
@peterdaou Character assassination? Not sure how it can be that when it was all self-inflicted, but sure, keep up with alternative facts.
— Shane (@SpawnShane) March 28, 2017
@peterdaou Hillary has been disliked by for the same reasons since 1992. From “teas," to secret healthcare, to VRWC, why act surprised?
— GregEsq (@GregEsq) March 28, 2017
It was earned and well-deserved. That not enough people believe it is what's profoundly destructive to politics. https://t.co/yh5WKvEftF
— Mo Mo (@molratty) March 28, 2017
Find someone who feels for you the way @peterdaou feels for Hillary Clinton.
And file a restraining order.
— Kayla (@VixenRogue) March 27, 2017
^This tweet wins the Internet for the day … everyone can go home now.
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 27, 2017