It has mostly been used for Brexit and for Trump -- when the people who voted for Brexit and for Trump because they wanted to "own the libs" later found that they themselves were badly treated by the policies that they thought would only hurt the libs. And now Pierre Poilievre has finally joined the leopard club:
'I never thought leopards would eat MY face,' sobs woman who voted for the Leopards Eating People's Faces Party.— Adrian Bott (@Cavalorn) October 16, 2015
I also agree Pierre has every reason to be outraged.— Mike Morris (@1MikeMorris) September 26, 2022
The problem is he hasn't been outraged when such things happen to other people. And that's a big problem.
But. But. But. He’s one of your friends. You are the company you keep. You’re walking down a very dangerous road and causing harm as you go. pic.twitter.com/OraqrzM5yt— Canteach (@canteach) September 26, 2022
Case in point. #cdnpoli— Alheli Picazo (@a_picazo) September 26, 2022
These extremists pose as much a threat to Conservatives as to anyone else, and it's long past time the right recognize the harm in seeking to downplay the danger posed by the fringe they often court for partisan/political gain.https://t.co/INjKHUYIAN pic.twitter.com/QIn6HgbT8h
Leopards Eating Faces Party in action— Chet 🌻 (@realchet) September 27, 2022
“When asked… whether he would denounce comments by Mackenzie’s co-host about wanting to see a gallows on Parliament Hill, Poilievre attacked Global News.” https://t.co/DtQvD7vWMN
PP losing his grip on the tiger’s tail. The problem is that by not denouncing the actions of the ‘friendly sausage maker’ the rock throwing at PMJT and by cozying up to the convoy the CPC have normalized violence and harassment in normal civil life.— Frankie says ‘Be Kind Stay Safe Mask Up’ (@PassiveStein) September 26, 2022
Strange how some people think ‘cozying up” refers to the M&G pic with Jeremy.— Pat Dubois 🇺🇦 (@patdubois) September 26, 2022
I’m talking about the repeated attempts to court the far right freedom boogaloos as far back as the convoy in February when he brought them coffee and Justin Bieber bits.
I don't object to Poilievre defending his wife. I applaud it. But I object to his hypocrisy. He had no hesitation to abuse his position on parliamentary committee to attack Margaret Trudeau and Sophie Gregoire in order to harass the Prime Minister. The dude is a worm.— john d beggs (@dbeggs13) September 26, 2022
Dean from Winnipeg gets the last word:
Has Justin Trudeau ever gone public, tweeting, about the serious threats to his/family's life? Just wondering because the RCMP have said there've been quite a few but he's never mentioned them. He just soldier's on.— Mike Morris (@1MikeMorris) September 26, 2022
Why doesn’t Pierre Poilievre extend an olive branch to Jeremy MacKenzie and just hear him out?— Dean from Winnipeg (@Dean_Winnipeg) September 26, 2022
In Ukraine, maybe Putin is maybe preparing to just declare victory and leave? We can always hope:
Looks like Pierre Poilievre finally agrees there is a limit to free speech.— Dean from Winnipeg (@Dean_Winnipeg) September 26, 2022
The "mobilization" that Putin announced is turning into a joke - the new troops aren't even getting a single day of training, and apparently they're expected to bring their own medical kit with bandages.
Latest Defence Intelligence update on the situation in Ukraine - 27 September 2022— Ministry of Defence 🇬🇧 (@DefenceHQ) September 27, 2022
Find out more about the UK government's response: https://t.co/xG1CgXqeKM
🇺🇦 #StandWithUkraine 🇺🇦 pic.twitter.com/schw2ockbs
They hit something the size of a football stadium from 7 million miles away. Unbelievable. https://t.co/pcBkKyioAJ— Andrew Coyne 🇺🇦 (@acoyne) September 26, 2022
ATLAS observations of the DART spacecraft impact at Didymos! pic.twitter.com/26IKwB9VSo— ATLAS Project (@fallingstarIfA) September 27, 2022
Who could have known?
DART not only made history by crashing into an asteroid, but it also avenged the dinosaurs 🦖🦕☄️— Jasmine 🌌🔭 (@astro_jaz) September 27, 2022
While filming Congo, I sat on top of a Volcano talking to Tim Curry about that movie. He said one of the coolest things was that it saved a number of small indie theaters from going under, because they knew that two nights a week Rocky was going to do big business. https://t.co/dvtd6sYm4G— Bruce Campbell (@GroovyBruce) September 26, 2022