Stupid of this magnitude really and truly should be painful.
She can't be convinced that Bloomberg doesn't have $327 trillion pic.twitter.com/ID64fmqqdl
— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) March 6, 2020
But we could all be MILLIONAIRES!
USA USA USA!
Man, we totally shoulda’ kept Bloomberg in the race if he could make us all millionaires.
Show us the money?
To no great shock, her acct is now in protected mode
— Cheesetrader (@cheesetrader1) March 6, 2020
The math really DOESN’T add up.
— Politicked the Podcast (@WPoliticked) March 6, 2020
She’s so stupid she has to double down on her stupidity. Hubris in a nutshell.
— Rick (@rickytwalsh) March 6, 2020
Twitter in a nutshell.
One could even go a step further and say Leftist blue-checks on Twitter in a nutshell.
— Jackie Paige (@JPaigeWWJ) March 6, 2020
Another blue check pinhead. pic.twitter.com/h723WjBKtk
— Jim Bob Levy (@geotexasjew) March 6, 2020
yep. Her original claim (that Bloomberg could give everyone in the country $1 mill) was used on TV. Nobody can do basic arithmetic anymore, or knows how many zeros in a billion.
— Katrina Gulliver (@katrinagulliver) March 6, 2020
Ahem, excuse us, but we were told there would be no math.
Math is hard pic.twitter.com/5TsUSxsvuy
— GorillaHeadphones (@GorillaHeadpho1) March 6, 2020
— Jason W. (@cobalt5050) March 6, 2020
Where is Andrew Yang when you need him?!?!? #math
— Anthony Calabrese (@AnthonyCalabr12) March 6, 2020
Forced out by the DNC so two rich old white guys could run for president.
That's why Bernie-heads like Medicare for All. They literally can't tell the difference between $60 billion (Bloomberg's net worth) and $60 trillion (the cost of Bernie's proposals)
— Harrison Nugent (@_harrisonnugent) March 6, 2020
She added to Profile now the fact she is bad at math? pic.twitter.com/zL6qIOtFYa
— Kaleem (@jbug39) March 6, 2020
Finally some truth in advertising.