Someone’s got some serious ‘splainin’ to do … just sayin’.
Wow. Foxx’s office now admitting she didn’t *actually* recuse herself from the Smollett case, legally speaking. They just used that word “colloquially,” for public consumption. pic.twitter.com/b63Mhct2ln
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) March 28, 2019
So Foxx DIDN’T actually recuse herself. Alrighty then.
It was a euphemism. Or an onomatopoeia. One of the two.
— John Ekdahl (@JohnEkdahl) March 28, 2019
Did we say "recused?" We meant "fully engaged."
— Curtice Mang (@curticemang) March 28, 2019
It all depends on what the meaning of the word "is" is.
— Erick Harper (@ObiWanHarp) March 28, 2019
So she identified herself as recused. Now I get it.
— Oliver Mandic (@olivermandic) March 28, 2019
it was recusal, but not recusal recusal
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) March 28, 2019
This is getting worse.
— Jack (@arcitejack) March 28, 2019
Jussie had a previous DUI arrest where he gave police his brothers name at first, claiming to be him. His prior should have prevented first time offender treatment.
— Joe (@Joe__Byrnes) March 28, 2019
Man, Smollett is just an as*hole.
So she used a legal term, but "not in the legal sense." Ooooo-kay.
— Greg Renaud (@belize042) March 28, 2019
Something like that.
Um, in the law "recuse" means "recuse," not "I backed into the shadows and put someone else in the light to do what I wanted to do without consequences."
— Michele Haynes (@MicheWrites) March 28, 2019
that's just something we say… Basically
— michael johnson (@ungawamike) March 28, 2019
I have seen similar dissociation with words and meaning…
— David S. ~ [ ✝ ?? ☕ ] (@d4v1d5m1t6) March 28, 2019
That’s an insult to toddlers.
So when Jussie "paid" his debt for his multiple crimes, that was not an actual payment of his full debt, just a colloquial payment?
— Apollo Fuhriman (@ApolloJamnJelly) March 28, 2019
Colloquially speaking, yes.
Hell, we don’t know.
Damage control underway and it gets weirder and weirder pic.twitter.com/krybMC2r1P
— Reality Check (@Reality42498714) March 28, 2019
What the hell is going on here
— JT Anderson (@JTA268) March 28, 2019
Don’t look at us, man, we just work here.
Damn! What's next with these people?!?
— Pansy Edwards (@AileenPansy) March 28, 2019