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Vox luminary Ian Millhiser thinks 'it's wild that people think the Constitution of the United States is good'

Does former ThinkProgress justice editor and current Vox senior correspondent Ian Millhiser ever run out of bad takes? The answer, of course, is no. Which is why it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that on top of all his other bad takes, he managed to come up with this one:

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It’s wild that people still look to someone like Ian Millhiser to explain how this is all supposed to work.

The most Millhiser of Millhiser tweets.

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No kidding. Imagine a country run by Ian Millhisers.

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