Jeff Jarvis is a journalist and journalism professor. He gets paid for his knowledge and insight.
And if this take on President Kamala Harris is any indication, he owes a lot of people their money back:
If Congress does not act, @KamalaHarris will. Now there's a president.
— Jeff Jarvis (@jeffjarvis) June 28, 2019
Now there’s an authoritarian. And here’s a ratio:
That one’s cookin’ up quite nicely.
Now there's a bad tweet
— Pat Tehan (@patricktehan) June 28, 2019
That’s not how this works. https://t.co/vvgEOzoAdn
— RBe (@RBPundit) June 28, 2019
— Sam (@Sam_0029) June 28, 2019
That is the fascist way.
— John Carr (@UtleyYATM) June 28, 2019
So executive action is only wrong when Democrats aren’t in the White House. Got it.
— Mark “BBQ addict” C 🥓🥓 (@UntraceableMC) June 28, 2019
Dictators say these things.
— Ryan B. Leslie (@RyanBLeslie) June 28, 2019
Or a dictator. But ok
— Mack Williams (@IAmMackWilliams) June 28, 2019
I'm pretty sure that's called a dictator?
— michael bott (@michael_mbott) June 28, 2019
Dictatorships are neat!
— W.C. Varones (@wcvarones) June 28, 2019
GP Journalism professor shows us exactly why journalists are biased and unreliable sources. Screw the Constitution! Yay, fascism so long as we agree with the fascist! https://t.co/Xbi4L4Q3GR
— The Gormogons (@Gormogons) June 28, 2019
Good when Obama did it.
Bad when Trump does it
Will be good if Harris does it.
Something is not consistent with this thinking.
— Xavier Dreyman (@xavierdreyman) June 28, 2019
Now say it but with Trump instead of Harris. Is that still how you want it to work?
— Tonya Vlasik (@lawgirl) June 28, 2019