The "Friday Night Lights" writer's Twitter meltdown
Buzz Bizzinger, the journalist and author of “Friday Night Lights,” began this week by talking up Romney and his debate performance. Today he typed his mind on Twitter. Here’s the rapid deterioration:
I am also supporting MItt Romney. If you think I am the only one look at the Pew and Gallup polls. Romney up 12 points in Pew.— buzzbissinger (@buzzbissinger) October 10, 2012
Oh wait. Is that the sound of open-minded liberals sounding like asshole Conservatives: PEW POLL SAMPLE SKEWED! PEW POLL SAMPLE WAS SKEWED!— buzzbissinger (@buzzbissinger) October 10, 2012
There was a 12 point swing in the Pew Poll towards Romney. Not that he is up by 12. What I obviously meant fuckheads.— buzzbissinger (@buzzbissinger) October 10, 2012
Most eye opening: liberals every bit as fucking nasty as the conservatives they supposedly hate because they are so nasty.— buzzbissinger (@buzzbissinger) October 10, 2012
@tullymox I already noted that fucking douchejuice retard. Pew skews Republican.— buzzbissinger (@buzzbissinger) October 10, 2012
I PHRASED IT INCORRECTLY. THE PEW POLL HAD A 12 POINT SWING IN FAVOR OF ROMNEY. NOW UP BY FOUR. I CORRECTED MYSELF. EVERYBODY HAPPY NOW.— buzzbissinger (@buzzbissinger) October 10, 2012
@uncleboss81 Please unfollow me. You don't know a real fucking thing about me. Not to mention it's "You're," not "your" moron.— buzzbissinger (@buzzbissinger) October 10, 2012
@uncleboss81 I guarantee I work a hundred fucking times harder than you and have all my life. I am proud of the money I made.— buzzbissinger (@buzzbissinger) October 10, 2012
@theonlyadult So fuckng clever. Who writes your material, John Stewart? Read my latest book. Even better. so fuck yourself hard.— buzzbissinger (@buzzbissinger) October 10, 2012
I see. You want my Twitter feeds to change. Fuck yourselves. Thin-skinned? Spend a minute in my shoes. Nobody comes close to what I write.— buzzbissinger (@buzzbissinger) October 10, 2012
I am done for today. Too many fucking morons out there who don't know shit. Boring....— buzzbissinger (@buzzbissinger) October 10, 2012
Jillian Rayfield is an Assistant News Editor for Salon, focusing on politics. Follow her on Twitter at @jillrayfield or email her at email@example.com. More Jillian Rayfield.
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