Earlier this week, Jacob Wohl offered up this, um, interesting take on Donald Trump’s presidency so far:
Even President Trump's biggest critics admit that he is a good, decent, honest person who loves his country
— Jacob Wohl (@JacobAWohl) November 25, 2018
Pretty sure Trump’s biggest critics don’t admit that, but it does seem pretty safe to say that there are far better ways to refute Wohl’s claim than the route Fast Company pop culture writer Joe Berkowitz opted for:
I happen to have Cristal in my wine refrigerator.
— Steven D. Schmitt (@stevendschmitt) November 26, 2018
and god willing you will get to crack that baby open soon-ish
— Joe Berkowitz (@JoeBerkowitz) November 26, 2018
It should go without saying that wishing death on the president — regardless of political party — is a bad look. But apparently it doesn’t for Berkowitz. So Norm Macdonald is saying it:
— The Rabid Rhino (@GaryStafford8) November 28, 2018
Do better, Joe. Given how low you’ve set the bar for yourself, it shouldn’t be too difficult.
Only a sociopath takes joy in someone dying over political disagreements.
I dislike Joe, but I hope he has a long life. Cause i'm not an evil person.
— Some random thoughts (@someideasnstuff) November 28, 2018
What a horrible thing to say about anyone. This guy should listen to Norm’s advice.
— Alissa Golob (@alissagolob) November 28, 2018