Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s ‘snooping’ creeps out Twitter; ‘Mind your own GD business!’

To vote, or not to vote? That is the question.

Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart caused a big stir this week when he casually mentioned during an appearance on CNN that he did not vote in the midterm election — he would later backtrack and say he was only kidding.

When word first got out that the host of “The Daily Show” didn’t vote, thanks in part to a tweet from CNN anchor Jake Tapper, liberals were aghast that he did not support the Democrats he spends so much time building up on his show.

Having come across no new audio of the latest backyard brawl, CNN seems to have little else to report on other than whether Stewart voted or not. The host of “New Day,” Chris Cuomo, weighed in on the story with this tweet:

Fair enough, pop culture drives ratings. But an unsolicited response from the head of the Democratic National Committee, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, took things to a whole other level:

Where did that come from? Never mind that she tweeted a little more than 24 hours after her party took a drubbing at the polls, leaving one to wonder if she should have more important things to focus on.

As you might expect, social media users were quick to react to the “Orwellian and creepy” reply from the Democrat lawmaker. Even Cuomo felt compelled to reply:


Tom Tillison


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