Seven Democrats took to the stage in Charleston for the last debate for the South Carolina primary on Saturday.
As it tends to happen, everyone had an opinion on the contest between Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, former VP Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg and businessman Tom Steyer.
Conservative Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin offered her thoughts Sanders -- and was ridiculed for her take.
@JRubinBlogger Lady, go read books— Aisha Sharna (@Aisha Sharna)1582686241.0
Dave Zirin, an editor at The Nation, said, "this tweet is performance art. Someone frame this."
@JRubinBlogger This tweet is performance art. Someone frame this.— Dave Zirin (@Dave Zirin)1582686419.0
The Twitter account Art Decider, which settles such disputes, was asked to chime in.
@erininvisible @EdgeofSports @JRubinBlogger Art. (unintentional)— Art Or Not Art (@Art Or Not Art)1582686896.0
Here's some of what others were saying about the tweet:
@JRubinBlogger You want leaders who pretend that didn't happen?— Will Bunch Sign Up For My Newsletter (@Will Bunch Sign Up For My Newsletter)1582686141.0
@JRubinBlogger Please log off and read a history book— Name cannot be blank (@Name cannot be blank)1582686898.0
@JRubinBlogger @SudarakaA You do know that stuff happened right? Do you dispute that we did that or do you just thi… https://t.co/p1L6YpFSPh— Tim Wise (@Tim Wise)1582687118.0
@JRubinBlogger *Some* of the governments America has overthrown: Guatemala, 1954 Congo, 1960 Dominican Republic,… https://t.co/UHxT2Jjsc2— 🥖 (@🥖)1582684703.0
@JRubinBlogger what do you think we did during the Iraq War, which you happily supported— 红色娘子军🌹 (@红色娘子军🌹)1582686195.0
@JRubinBlogger they didn't overthrow themselves, Jennifer.— Lena (@Lena)1582685119.0
@JRubinBlogger Jen, we did. Come on.— Charles P. Pierce (@Charles P. Pierce)1582684506.0
@JRubinBlogger If stating facts is digging your grave, you're gonna live forever.— Nikola (@Nikola)1582685604.0