Twitter has had it up to here with Florida and Texas—two states that continue to elect Republican governors, even though Republicans have proven time and time again that they don’t know how to do their jobs, or simply don’t care about the people they’re supposed to represent, or maybe a little bit of both.
Republican Congressman Ron DeSantis, a three-term congressman from the Jacksonville area, is the fourth consecutive Republican elected governor of Florida, a winning streak that dates back to 1998. And Gregg Abbott, who has served as the 48th Governor of Texas since January 2015, won his second term.
Twitter is understandably pissed and has been going in on Florida and Texas for the past 24 hours straight, basically calling those states out on their lack of intelligence.
Click through the gallery below to check out the reactions:
“Texas is stupid.”
— wrong key, girl (@cyberspacedork) November 7, 2018
Can’t we just get rid of Florida?
Bugs Bunny been told us what we need to do with Florida since 65’ pic.twitter.com/FAnwJk2RWg
— Freeze All Motor Functions (@KiaJWilliams) November 7, 2018
Florida living 5 feet above sea level and voting for the party that doesn’t believe in climate change is just not smart politics.
Florida living 5 feet above sea level and voting for the party that doesn't believe in climate change… pic.twitter.com/GhPmpzptF5
— beto enthusiast. (@bIackcuIture) November 7, 2018
Florida & Texas. EVERY. DAMN. TIME.
Florida & Texas. Every damn time. pic.twitter.com/Ih801LtpBC
— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) November 7, 2018
— susan c (@mandycat8) November 7, 2018
me at Florida and Texas pic.twitter.com/N5rNF8VOYn
— y [ ????. ] (@untoldjks) November 7, 2018
Texas & Florida right now pic.twitter.com/sPS3PW9xM0
— #BetoHive ? (@amandapanda_5) November 7, 2018
the rest of the U.S finding out Texas and Florida fucked up yet again pic.twitter.com/Lgd2DQQ2hr
— ? (@iyavelli) November 7, 2018
Good Sense America is looking at Florida and Texas like:
Me and the rest of America looking at Florida and Texas like… pic.twitter.com/1kmLn51GyZ
— StanceGrounded (@_SJPeace_) November 7, 2018
Texas or Florida gets hit by a hurricane: “Do y’all hear sumn?”
me next time texas or florida gets hit by a hurricane: pic.twitter.com/NfsNSwVUiJ
— top.tier? (@divine_fem) November 7, 2018
Me ignoring Texas and Florida when another hurricane hit them pic.twitter.com/vtpGpY8Pzr
— not RJ (@SometimesRJ) November 7, 2018
— bray ?? (@KvnggB_) November 7, 2018
i’ve honestly never heard of texas or florida. y’all hear sum? pic.twitter.com/GrveWJwkPA
— ? (@aliviahurd) November 7, 2018
“Why do Hispanics and Florida insist on being Republican?”
Why do Hispanics in Texas and Florida insist on being Republican? pic.twitter.com/oP3PbESBsw
— Emmelie De La Cruz (@EmmelieDeLaCruz) November 7, 2018
Florida and Texas are fake AF.
me looking at Florida and Texas pic.twitter.com/FMSTyMZcSE
— Spencer Althouse (@SpencerAlthouse) November 7, 2018
You had ONE JOB, Florida and Texas. ONE JOB!
TEXAS AND FLORIDA ARE HUGE DISAPPOINTMENTS YALL HAD ONE JOB pic.twitter.com/QXfW9zsDIH
— tati (@thelifeoftati) November 7, 2018
Florida and Texas still suck if anybody was wondering… pic.twitter.com/3A1zHeEHT7
— Jem (@JustJem24) November 7, 2018
Texas and Florida need to get it together!
TEXAS AND FLORIDA NEED TO GET IT TOGETHER WTFFFF pic.twitter.com/2uSlWabwJQ
— zyon?? (@_zyonking_) November 7, 2018
We’re not mad at Florida and Texas. We’re just disappointed.
Florida and Texas: pic.twitter.com/qnKOKAQkyI
— TO FREEDOM ??? (@whatwenotgondo) November 7, 2018