Apparently hot takes like this will get you a sweet gig as a natsec and legal analyst at CNN:
Screen shooting this & deleting to avoid silly false outrage mob RTs. Those pretending to be mortally offended, sorry but not taking the bait. Ted Cruz is nearly universally disliked including by his own colleagues; his wife seems kind of cool & great. That strikes me as funny. pic.twitter.com/21VJ7DMyXm
— Susan Hennessey (@Susan_Hennessey) October 18, 2018
Nice cover story there, Susan Hennessey. But the pushback you’ve been getting isn’t on the “silly false outrage mob”; it’s on you.
CNN hack using the "M-word here" after embarrassing herself. https://t.co/w3pYfHPYoG
— Democrat Strategist (@JammieWF) October 18, 2018
Hennessey’s tweet was lame and juvenile. Which is exactly the sort of thing you’d expect from someone who is herself lame and juvenile.
This Tweet is very junior high school.
— AGenova (@amgenova) October 18, 2018
Could you be any more immature? pic.twitter.com/F07b43Oqu3
— SOCIALdirector (@TOProject) October 18, 2018
This says more about you than it does about him
— Gigi (@GiGi4mde) October 18, 2018
This remains a cruel and uncharitable thing to say. If you must think it, you should avoid saying it publicly. Both the initial tweet and this one reflect extremely poorly on you.
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 18, 2018
Wow, your comment shows what a petty person you are. Sad.
— Elisa Best (@merlin_best) October 18, 2018
You were called out. Own it, B.
— Brad Johnson (@BradJoh73389864) October 18, 2018
You used to be an excellent follow. You’ve gone off the deep end in recent months. What is this, seriously?
— Danica McLellan (@danicamclellan) October 18, 2018
Because it's absolutely not possible that Heidi Cruz was attracted to qualities in Ted that you discount or ignore. No, it couldn't be that.
Be better than this, if that's possible.
— Mark Youngkin (@mayoungkin) October 18, 2018
If you’re not a garbage person, it’s quite easy to be better than Susan Hennessey.