*: Or Yo-Semite Sam.
Peter Navarro cites "Dilbert" cartoonist to prove experts wrong on hydroxy https://t.co/gWCRnLIm0d— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) August 6, 2020
I consulted my cartoonist last week about my arthritis.— Steve (@Whose_yer_Daddy) August 6, 2020
In order to defend torture, Scalia cited as his evidence... the tv show 24. And that was in an actual SCOTUS case. The GOP has a long history of not being able to tell fiction and reality apart.— Ryan (@RoamingDrunk) August 6, 2020
Well theres the real story right there. I hope the FBI is functioning and has been investigating who got paid on hydroxy. If not them, I'm hoping you guys are on it.— Citizen (@Joznox) August 6, 2020
Not that they need anymore ammo, but I'm sure theres a @ProjectLincoln ad in there pic.twitter.com/hCZHmucO6X
Peter Navarro made a bad “buy” on hydroxy and is desperately trying to dump his mistake on the American public. Once a grifter always a grifter - look at the company he keeps.— Diane Ethier (@diane_ethier) August 6, 2020
I'm not making any decisions until I hear what the guy from "Family Circle" has to say.— Ramb Stonk (@Ramb_Stonk) August 6, 2020