Share on Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail Reddit Horror writer Stephen King is not bashful when it comes to speaking his mind, particularly when it comes to Trump. Monday morning, King took to his Twitter account, tweeting about the upcoming State of the Union Speech.
We’ve all suffered the wrath of social media trolls, resulting in not only a bruised ego but our brains buffering, trying to string together a good comeback. Sass and pure class have put them on top, making shutting down trolls look incredibly easy.
The author had tweeted her love for Serena, expressing ‘what a woman!’ and calling her a ‘role model’, to which a troll replied ‘Ironic then that the main reason for her success is that she is built like a man’. The Internet was littered with distasteful memes, comments and tweets about the intimate scene but instead of firing back, the Academy Award nominee rose above the hate responding with a statement that she had the most fun filming that episode even though she was very nervous.
Tagging the singer in a tweet, her troll questioned if she knew ‘ boobs r hanging out in like all of videos,’ implying that the nudity was inappropriate. 5) Emma Watson was recently attacked online, accused of exploiting the death of actor Alan Hickman to promote her own feminist agenda after tweeting an image of the actor with his quote ‘There is nothing wrong with a man being a feminist, I think it is to our mutual advantage’.
Watson refused to back down, choosing to respond by posting even more tributes to her Harry Potter co-star and friend. The most common responses criticized her ‘science baby’, calling the process ‘twisted,’ without any regard to the hardship that her and husband John Legend have faced while trying to conceive naturally.
And to prove it's not just Trump she absolutely wins at blasting, she teamed up with hubby John Legend for an epic take down of Piers Morgan And when he piped up again to criticize Jennifer Aniston's article about the media's depiction of winning, Chrissy stepped in to tell him to STFU.
And when she was mum-shamed for going out for dinner ten days after daughter Luna's birth she stuck two fingers up to the internet trolls. When she was pure sass after one follower tried to throw shade at her and John's marriage.
Not so short.” When Marco Rubio revived the short-fingered insult on the campaign trail recently, Trump seized on it at a GOP debate, assuring the 16.8 million people watching that there’s no problem with the size of his hands or his dick. Since declaring his candidacy for president last June, Trump has publicly insulted 202 people, places and things, according to one inventory.
A good put -down is a thing of rare beauty, something to be relished like a fine wine. You can't even pretend to be offended when somebody insults you with the right combination of artistry and wit.
AlamyBritish Prime Minister Winston Churchill, to Lady Astor, the first female Member of Parliament, when she called him “disgustingly drunk.” Shutterstock Wikimedia CommonsComposer Ludwig van Beethoven, slapping another composer to the curb.
Sir John Gielgud on Casablanca star Ingrid Bergman. Shutterstock Wikimedia CommonsActress Mae West on a man she didn't like in Belle of the Nineties (1934).
ShutterstockComedienne and television producer Roseanne Barr, on her ex-husband Tom Arnold. ShutterstockWriter and filmmaker Billy Wilder, while listening to an actor sing in the movie Kiss Me, Stupid.
But people forget he's also a former stand-up comic, and therefore knows how to deal with hecklers. To paraphrase a great American philosopher, pity the fool who trolls Costco on Twitter.
A prominent political historian says President Donald Trump should end his daily Twitter wars with the world. Pennsylvania's 20 Electoral College votes were held up early Thursday morning after Sen. Josh Hawley and some 80 members.
Earlier on Thursday, the popular gaming platform Twitch also placed an indefinite ban on Mr Trump's channel, which he has used for rally broadcasts. Mr Trump tweeted several messages on Wednesday, calling the people who stormed Capitol Hill “patriots”.
“Therefore, we are extending the block we have placed on his Facebook and Instagram accounts indefinitely and for at least the next two weeks until the peaceful transition of power is complete,” he wrote. The violence brought to a halt congressional debate over Democrat Joe Biden's election win.
Before the violence, President Trump had told supporters on the National Mall in Washington that the election had been stolen. Hours later, as the violence mounted inside and outside the US Capitol, he appeared on video and repeated the false claim.