Well, Ben Shapiro might as well pack it in now. There’s no coming back from this rock-solid gotcha by progressive podcaster Fernand Amandi:
Ben Shapiro explained in 2 tweets pic.twitter.com/ByVzkmzkw7
— Fernand R. Amandi (@AmandiOnAir) July 11, 2019
Get it? Because Ben Shapiro mocked the tiresome phrase “right side of history” and then turned around and called his book “The Right Side of History.” Pwned, you guys.
Or maybe Amandi just doesn’t understand Ben Shapiro as well as he thinks he does.
He noted that the title was not about being on the right side of history. It was a play on the phrase. You’d know that if you actually followed him @benshapiro
— Nathan Saladino (@Nate1192) July 11, 2019
It’s this new thing called co-opting a term. Perhaps you’ve heard of “Crooked” Media?
— Boomieleaks (@notwokieleaks) July 11, 2019
….that’s the point dude…
— Benjamin Sano (@Lcoyote93) July 11, 2019
The inability to “get” a play on words, explained in one tweet. https://t.co/VQeONzOnRW
— BombshellSquad (@RedStateBlonde) July 11, 2019
It's shocking how far the joke has gone over your head.
— Jimmy Johnson (@Jizzlerjosh) July 11, 2019
— David Pharr (@dpharr1) July 11, 2019
— DaveMorales501 (@DaveMorales501) July 11, 2019
— Russian Bot (@Carson55639159) July 11, 2019
— onebelowinfinity (@furioustheguy) July 11, 2019
— Noah (@reeb1011) July 11, 2019
— Anthony Hidalgo (@ahidalgo51) July 11, 2019
If you're incapable of understanding why someone would use a phrase they loathe as the title of their book about how the phrase is dumb, you might not be logical enough to comment on the book.
— unusual gravity (@raisintooth) July 11, 2019
The left explained in one tweet. You guys don’t read books, you simply judge them by the titles
— Gavriel Mal (@Gavrielmal) July 11, 2019