The funniest Tweets from the Democratic Debate last night were great, but what Twitter really showed us was that the GOP debates have a lot more substance than the ones featuring Bernie and Hillary. In the #DemDebate, there was no mention of genetalia or hand size, instead the candidates went back and forth on the issues.
Super predator is what I call my v
— Mary Kobayashi (@MaryKoCo) March 7, 2016
At one point in the debate Hillary was questioned about calling African-Americans “super predators”.
Listening to tonight's #DemDebate and the audience, it appears the Democrats and Republicans are competing to lead different countries.
— Nicholas Kristof (@NickKristof) March 7, 2016
The best thing about fracking is you know that's what Ned Flanders calls 'making love' when he's being nasty. #DemDebate
— Desi (@DesiJed) March 7, 2016
bernie sanders is a rock star and hillary clinton is the person on youtube covering his songs with a ukelele
— Dan Ozzi (@danozzi) March 7, 2016
Bernie is often just “cooler”.
— Daniel José Older (@djolder) March 7, 2016
Someone tell Trump supporters that "The Purge: Election Year" isn't real. #DemDebate
— Jocelyn Plums (@FilthyRichmond) March 7, 2016
Hillary won't release the wall Street speeches because she basically gave them the Gerard Butler speech from 300. #DemDebate
— Travon Free (@Travon) March 7, 2016
I would personally give a Wall Street speech for hundreds of thousands of dollars because I would like to buy some new things. #DemDebate
— Anne T. Donahue (@annetdonahue) March 7, 2016
Bernie continued going back to Hillary’s support of Wall Street, and asking her to explain the big money that she’s taken for speeches that she won’t release.
Oh great the lady with crazy eyes asks a religion questions. Shocking #DemDebate
— Davon Magwood (@davonmagwood) March 7, 2016
Umm, God is SO not relevant. When was the last mixtape he dropped? #DemDebate
— Dave Schilling (@dave_schilling) March 7, 2016
Ted Cruz would have needed 20 more minutes, a fog machine, and a laser show to answer that question about faith #Demdebate
— Matt Oswalt (@MattOswaltVA) March 7, 2016
If I learned anything tonight it's that the 12% of Americans who are atheists are all on Twitter. #DemDebate
— Bridget Phetasy (@BridgetPhetasy) March 7, 2016
And of course, somebody had to bring religion into the conversation. Hillary said that “if she hadn’t been religious when she went into the White House, she would have found God while she was in there.” Bernie was questioned about his Jewish faith, but neither of them had nearly as much to say on the issue of religion as their Republican counterparts who all probably travel with a choir and truckload of bibles.
Bernie: I was arrested while protesting segregation in campus housing
Hillary: I was arrested….twice….while, uhh…kissing black people
— Sage Boggs (@sageboggs) March 7, 2016
Absolutely loved Hillary's position on having her body shot into the sun when she dies instead of cremation #DemDebate
— Jake Weisman (@weismanjake) March 7, 2016
"I'm sorry… could you repeat the question? I JUST WON MAINE." – what Bernie should say for the next half hour. #DemDebate
— Brendan Smith (@blacksab67) March 7, 2016
If this were a GOP debate, they'd be arguing over who'd do the most to get more guns to the person who shot this guy's daughter. #DemDebate
— Frank Conniff (@FrankConniff) March 7, 2016
Sorry I missed the #DemDebates but I knew had a couple hours to sling some ding-a-ling without getting caught so….
— Netflix and Bill (@PimpBillClinton) March 7, 2016
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— Sarah Thyre (@SarahThyre) March 7, 2016
No matter what happens in this election, I would 100% watch a Bernie-Hillary buddy comedy.
— Gabriella Paiella (@GMPaiella) March 7, 2016
Everyone's favorite part of the #DemDebate was when one of them said the thing that justifies the last 6 months of alienating our friends.
— Dan Telfer (@dantelfer) March 7, 2016
Most Twitter polls came out showing that Bernie won the debate. That may just be a tribute to the fact that the internet leans a little bit more toward the grandfatherly candidate. And though the material wasn’t all that plentiful, this episode of “funniest tweets from the democratic debate” was still a pretty good one.
— Gabarty World (@GabartyWorld) March 7, 2016
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