When you function as little more than a teleprompt-challenged human gaffe machine, it’s probably not a good idea to use your mug to ridicule others — but it seems that MSNBC host and resident shakedown artist Al Sharpton did not get that memo.
To celebrate Darwin Day, MSNBC posted a teaser on Twitter targeting likely GOP presidential contender Wisc. Gov. Scott Walker over evolution, complete with an image of the tax cheat Sharpton decked out in explorer gear.
(Because attacking a conservative for their religious beliefs is a long-accepted sport in America, particularly one who shows promise before the American people.)
The tweet included the message: “Happy Darwin Day from the Galapagos Islands! How do you think Scott Walker is celebrating?”
— msnbc (@msnbc) February 13, 2015
Never mind there’s little hope Sharpton can even pronounce “Galapagos,” but to present him as a science sleuth is more than the human mind can comprehend.
“Evolve we much!”
With conservative firebrand Michelle Malkin leading the way, social media users had a field day with the low hanging fruit. Here are a few samples of the responses:
What in the holy hell… https://t.co/Y7GH1csJf7
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) February 13, 2015
— Steve Maley (@VladimirRS) February 13, 2015
@msnbc He’s probably celebrating by watching a video of Sharpton trying to pronounce Galapagos.
— Sicario (@emmdee22) February 13, 2015
@michellemalkin I’d sacrifice a lung to hear The Rev pronounce “Galapagos archipelago”.
— Salty Cøn (@SaltyCon) February 13, 2015
— The Right Wing M (@TheRightWingM) February 13, 2015
.@msnbc Not by dressing up like a jackass I’ll bet.
— EEE (@EEElverhoy) February 13, 2015
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