On Monday night, Fox News pundit and Trump apologist Sean Hannity used his to feed wild conspiracy theories that the protests erupting around the country weren’t a spontaneous display of anger against President Donald Trump. Instead, he implied they were “bankrolled” by shadowy figures.
To drive home his message, Hannity decided to ask Twitter “who is bankrolling the protests” against Trump. It didn’t go well, and he’s is probably wishing he hadn’t asked that stupid question.
Mark Cuban was quick with a hilarious response:
But Cuban was not the only one. The tweet received some responses. More than 4,000 of them, in fact, were mocking him.