I don’t think the issue with Mel Gibson - I repeat, Mel Gibson - making a Jewish banker family movie is that the name is too similar to “Rothschild”— Matthew Zeitlin (@MattZeitlin) May 14, 2019
Having Mel Gibson star in a movie about the Rothschilds is like having Tommy Robinson star in a movie about Sadiq Khan.— Chris McPhail (@ChrisMcPhaiI) May 14, 2019
A "satire" about the Rothschilds with Hollywood's biggest antisemite? What could possibly go wrong? If this garbage gets made, I guarantee we'll see a video of Mel Gibson denying the Holocaust and/or doing an offensive accent, and/or pretending to be a money grubber. A shit idea. https://t.co/zdvbr4mYpR— Ace Girl™ (@SpectralMother) May 14, 2019
Not to sound like an easily triggered snowflake or anything but... maybe it's not the best move to have Mel Gibson, the guy who has referred to Jews variously as 'Hebes, Oven dodgers and responsible for all the world's wars', play a Rothschild on screen? Just a thought.— Vivian (@VivianOnYouTube) May 14, 2019
Mel Gibson starring in a comedy about the Rothschild family? smh how about you don't pick the most notorious anti-semite in hollywood for this role? (or any role, but baby steps)— T.L.C. (@leopoldcitron) May 13, 2019
Mel Gibson/Rothschild casting is most inspired cinematic decision since Richard Spencer was chosen to write the screenplay for the new Frederick Douglass parody bio pic.— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) May 13, 2019
I literally do not understand how anyone thought a """""""satire""""""""""" about jewish people called rothschild starring noted antisemite mel gibson was a good idea that should be greenlit, except that I do understand because people literally hate jews and judaism that much— امنه خان (a.k.a. jay) ☪️/🏳️🌈/⚧ (@jaythenerdkid) May 14, 2019
I have exactly zero opinions on the Rothschilds but I have all of the opinions about the intersection between Mel Gibson and Anything Vaguely Interpreted As Jewish— Derek Van Dyke (@DerekOfTheDykes) May 14, 2019
I don’t know what Scott was thinking because he obviously wasn’t.
hannah b REALLY is the bachelorette we all needed. talking to scott like he’s a DOG??? you GO girl kick him out and find ur husband— sam (@samanthameggs_) May 14, 2019
Scott from The Bachelorette got more exposed than James Charles— Erin Smith (@Erin_MSmith) May 14, 2019
Goodnight to everyone except Scott Anderson who went on the Bachelorette with a girlfriend.— Kimmy Croce (@KimmyCroce) May 14, 2019
Is it sad that Bill Nye yelling is probably going to spur Gen Xers and Millennials to push their lawmakers on global warming?
I felt that his use of profanity killed my childhood but gave life to my adulthood. Bravo, both!— Turtle Club (@dumptimer) May 13, 2019
I just heard Bill Nye swear and it’s blowing my mind.— Philip Palermo (@Philip_Palermo) May 13, 2019
This really was a wonderful kind of day.
Freedom of same-sex representation makes me beyond happy. Arthur is also iconic.— nerd uwu (@AnxiousStan) May 14, 2019
imagine telling me in 1998 that “Mr. Ratburn” would be a worldwide trend on twitter dot com— Husky Dave Grohl (@saulmalone) May 13, 2019
for real tho I have loved mr. ratburn basically my whole life, it honestly lifts my heart to see he has a husband now— Son Of a Bitch 🤠 (@ZaneJuIien) May 13, 2019
I found out that Mr. Ratburn's getting married to a bloke on Arthur and I say hey (hey) what a wonderful kind of gay.— Gavin Herman (@MrHissara) May 13, 2019
what a wonderful kind of day indeed!— kris10 (@kristinglof) May 13, 2019
For anyone who missed it, Mr. Ratburn married his male partner on the most recent episode of #Arthur. The animation has gone to poop on that show, but big props for celebrating love and fearlessly exampling to a young audience all types of relationships ✌🏻❤️— Robert Manion (@robertmanion) May 13, 2019