It didn’t go well.
Abrams, a rising star in the Democratic Party after losing a closer-than-expected race in deep red Georgia, has been tapped to deliver the response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address next week.
Chuck Schumer Wants A LITERAL LOSER To Deliver The Democratic SOTU Response https://t.co/NkSD9kLhX3
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) January 29, 2019
Palin’s tweet ― including the “literal loser” phrase ― was the headline to a story she was linking to, and not written by her.
But given the fact that she shared it without altering it, Palin was given a pretty blunt reminder of her own history:
I must have missed when you were sworn in as Vice President, literal loser.
— John Aravosis ?? (@aravosis) January 30, 2019
Hey man, I forget, what are you most famous for again
— Mike Drucker (@MikeDrucker) January 29, 2019
My favorite scene in Game Change was at the end when they told you how you weren't going to get to give your own concession speech and you tried to give one anyway and John McCain told you to bugger off.
— MLEA_Prez (@MLEA_Prez) January 30, 2019
Gov. Palin I just wanted to congratulate you on finishing this tweet.
— PerpHatWalk (@Popehat) January 29, 2019
Thank you madame vice presi… oh yeah. Never mind.
— Chris Jarrett (@cjarrett74) January 30, 2019
Self-awareness. How does it work?
— Mark R. Yzaguirre (@markyzaguirre) January 30, 2019
You lost the VP race. You quit your job as governor so you could do a TV show. That got canceled. Now you’re just an idiot tweeting and trying to stay relevant. I’d say you live in a glass house but you’re too stupid to know what that means. Loser indeed.
— Fred Wellman (@FPWellman) January 30, 2019
Again: can you see Russia from that GLASS HOUSE??
— Ian Madrigal – The Monopoly Man (@iansmadrig) January 30, 2019
How'd that vice-president gig work out for you half-governor?
— Terry Coats (@terry_coats) January 29, 2019
Are you kidding me? Stacey Abrams has bachelor's, master's, & law degrees. She was a deputy city atty in Atlanta, & served in the Georgia House for over 10 years, becoming the first woman to hold a leadership position in that chamber. You didn't even finish a term as governor.