!/GarySinise/status/495016911277551616!/Cmtphotog/status/495032952451899392 Great to see that some kids won’t forget. Read more:!/SoquelCreek/status/507305901444046848 Yep. As Twitchy reported, the vile Debbie Wasserman Schultz diminished domestic violence with her disgraceful rhetoric suggesting that Gov. Scott Walker beats women. But wait a tick … didn’t Little Miss Debbie denounce hateful rhetoric (while blaming the Tea Party for the Tucson shooting, natch)? Oh yes, she did! Remember this?!/RBPundit/status/157156285501030401!/guypbenson/status/157165321562759168 Bingo. And she chooses to be vile over and over. Blogger Caleb Howe gives Debbie Wasserman Schultz the business using her own words from back then.!/CalebHowe/status/507490935861555200!/CalebHowe/status/507492226469883904 More from Truth Revolt: Yes, that is Debbie condemning the rhetoric of the woman-beating tea party. She is [More]!/lachlan/status/427903233412329473 Uh, yeah it is! Not feeling up to subjecting yourself to President Obama’s State of the Union spiel tomorrow night? No problem. American Action Network has already put together a preview of what we should expect: Perfect. Just perfect.!/Matthops82/status/427903466804371456 *** Related: Twitchy coverage of President Empty Chair Read more:!/NoahCRothman/status/459815840675012609 That, allegedly, is how State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki explained her universally ridiculed tweet Thursday night, in which she hoped Kiev and the Russian Federation would “live by the power of hashtag,” the hashtag being #UnitedForUkraine.!/allahpundit/status/459816139045208064 Yes way.!/jfgroves/status/459816342888411137!/bcostin/status/459817053411893250!/andylevy/status/459817177093513216!/jilliankuzma/status/459817526177054721 Yes, it really happened, and here’s the video.!/Colonel_Ted/status/459817239311835139!/FrankDeSalesman/status/459817401186787328!/GayPatriot/status/459817729609170944!/andylevy/status/459818182174572545!/ThomasJinUSA/status/459819180272136192!/NoahCRothman/status/459816914467184640 Related: Jen Psaki: ‘Let’s hope the Kremlin will live by the promise of hashtag’ State Department’s Jen Psaki triggers fresh round of ridicule after declaring it ‘wacky Friday’ ‘#Hashtag for our time’: Merciless mockery of State Department’s impotent hashtag diplomacy [Photoshops] Obama admin imposes toughest sanctions [More]!/EmilyMiller/status/436958872390369280 But of course! This afternoon, CNN host Don Lemon wanted to discuss some comments Michele Bachmann made about the 2012 election. But when one of his guests, conservative author and Washington Times senior opinion editor Emily Miller attempted to put Bachmann’s comments into context, Lemon and his other guest, Daily Beast columnist Keli Goff, broke down laughing. Because nothing says “real journalism” like dismissiveness and condescension. Take a look: Through it all, Miller kept her cool and stayed classy. Unfortunately, there were plenty of viewers who did neither:!/DrKickAzz/status/436958597562376192!/Blitzburg7/status/436959515196792832!/CML_Texas/status/436961244726042624!/ashleykorin/status/436959340613103618 But it’s Miller who’ll have the last [More]!/nikpanter/status/494620095352557568 “Sharknado 2: The Second One” hits Syfy tonight at 9:00 PM ET, but people have been getting ready for days. Clearly they’re expecting the best bad movie ever.!/jarhumor/status/494610472935497728!/KristinEmery/status/494272578283110400!/london24/status/494439193201106944!/Sharknado_/status/494584960175833088 Savvy social media marketers haven’t missed the opportunity to hitch a ride on the Sharknado 2 hashtag.!/CTCSquares/status/494559541267165184!/MBKRowdies/status/494600631400022016!/YouTube/status/494588264758919168!/CuteOverload/status/494556262529392641 And just to make sure Syfy doesn’t get too cocky over it’s success, Discovery Channel’s Shark Week is ready to put them in their place.!/SharkWeek/status/494498121125482496 Fin. *** Related Shrug-nado: Rep. John Dingell unimpressed with the whole ‘Sharknado’ concept ‘Sharknado’ rated ‘most social TV movie of 2013′ [More]!/GosnellMovie/status/450603794355986433 As Twitchy reported, “FrackNation” director Phelim McAleer and his team are hoping to finance a film about monster Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia abortionist and convicted murderer.!/jennifermcfarl4/status/450599478735540225 A historic crowdfunding campaign is being launched to help get this important film made. This story must be told and, as Twitchy readers know, we cannot rely on the lapdog media or the lockstep-walking liberals in Hollywood to do it.!/JohnJ2427/status/450387197527474176 More from the filmmakers about the campaign: It’s a frightening testament to the power of the media that very few people even know about Kermit Gosnell: America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer. [More]!/macklemore/status/428270884088860673 That tweet, posted earlier today, is a reference to a 2009 tweet which some people have wrongly interpreted as an anti-gay slur:!/macklemore/status/2160294414 Still no mention, however, of this 2009 tweet:!/macklemore/status/4085475013 Or of this song: Where’s Dick Cheney at? Probably off in Iraq Finding some oil to tap, tell ‘em I got up on that And y’all still think it was Bin Laden When it was us and the Masons, plotting on oil profits For once, it seems the loquacious rapper has nothing to say. Maybe he just needs some time to think things over. Related: Flashback: Mr. [More]!/BecketAdams/status/527090371340161024 Yes, it did. @BecketAdams @BenHowe Please tell me that's real….. — EducatédHillbilly (@RobProvince) October 28, 2014 Oh, yes, it’s real. And it is not spectacular: It is shameful and shameless. Check out what an oh-so-classy Dem state representative said at a recent Wendy Davis campaign event: Wendy Davis campaign event, State Rep says of Greg Abbot “He just kinda rolls around” — Ben Howe (@BenHowe) October 28, 2014 More from the Daily Caller: “And then we have this guy who kind of just rolls around thinking that he can get tort reform for himself but take it away from [More]!/TheAmishDude/status/525054702048641025 The Democrats can run, but they can’t hide from the cold, hard truth: Oh snap. @BretBaier illustrating that income inequality is most significant is in Democrat run cities. — Kathleen McKinley (@KatMcKinley) October 22, 2014 Partial transcript: But pegging the election to income inequality might prove tricky for Democrats. For one thing, income disparity tends to be most stark in the places that are run — and populated by — Democrats. We went to Nancy Pelosi’s hometown of San Francisco, which, as it turns out, is a case study in income inequality, and the epicenter of a protest movement [More]