Rick Wilson Eviscerated After Calling Out 2012 Domino’s Tweet

When people play the “let’s dig up old tweets” game, it typically doesn’t end well. Just ask Rick Wilson.

The former GOP strategist and Lincoln Project advisor gaslighted Domino’s on Tuesday for an innocent reply tweet to current White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany that was sent on November 8, 2012. McEnany was a 24-year-old producer for the “Mike Huckabee Show” on Fox News when she composed the tweet.

After Wilson tweeted that Domino’s had “killed” their brand, Domino’s hit back.

“It’s unfortunate that thanking a customer for a compliment back in 2012 would be viewed as political,” the multinational pizza chain replied. “Guess that’s 2020 for ya.”

Wilson’s attempt to “cancel” Domino’s backfired in epic proportions. Social media users dug up old tweets and Instagram posts involving Wilson like he had done to Domino’s.

In 2014, his wife allegedly posted an Instagram photo on a boat that contained a cooler with a Confederate flag and read “The South Will Rise Again.” Wilson did not respond to this reporter for comment.

Wilson is the same guy who mocked Southerners on CNN earlier this year.

But it didn’t stop there. Here are some more posts people dug up.

https://twitter.com/TheRickWilson/status/202373829962645504

Wilson ignored the backlash and continued to tweet on Tuesday and Wednesday.

How mature for a 56-year-old.

 

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