— chris evans (@notcapnamerica) January 9, 2020
Why is Steyer’s $$$ working in Nevada and South Carolina but not New Hampshire and Iowa?
The airwaves are crowded in IA/NH. He’s all alone on TV in Nevada, and only he and Buttigieg are on TV in South Carolina.
— Kevin Robillard (@Robillard) January 9, 2020
Can’t speak to the Iowa market, but here in the Greater Boston media market, the only political ads I’m seeing are for Bloomberg and Steyer. So much sssThayer, frequently more than one ad in the same commercial break, each more annoying than the last. About from the bragging self-rightousness, and the term limits crankery, Steyer has a really annoying voice. I’m starting to hate emus, just from not being able to avoid Steyer’s emu-oid mug.
(NB: The only thing I actually watch over the air these days is the news, which may or may not affect ad placement.)
“What’s going on with Tom Steyer” he’s up in approximately 2 states, both of which have older than normal average voters who saw his ads on TV and want the safest white dude possible
— The Occupation is Bad (@MenshevikM) January 10, 2020
in Sumter, South Carolina and asked someone to guess how many times a week they see Tom Steyer ads.
they burst out laughing
"Everytime I turn on the television. Everytime I get on YouTube."
— Steadman™ (@AsteadWesley) January 11, 2020
I have the feeling that primary voters will award extra attention to any candidate who shivs Steyer at the upcoming debate. Maybe that’s just me, but…
In light of @TomSteyer reaching 15 points in the SC polls, I’d like to pose the following question.
How differently do you think the media would’ve reacted had he stolen data from Elizabeth Warren? pic.twitter.com/payre3sCdH
— chris evans (@notcapnamerica) January 10, 2020
The DNC needs to change its rules so any candidate caught stealing another candidate's data is automatically disqualified from seeking the Democratic nomination. https://t.co/0nbqukwhLp
— Ragnarok Lobster (@eclecticbrotha) January 10, 2020