Jane Lynch Is Getting Roasted For Defending Billionaires In Wine Caves

December 21, 2019 / Posted by:

The previously universally beloved Jane Lynch is discovering that universal belovedness is cheap when venturing into the hellish toilet landscape that is politics on Twitter. Jane Lynch defended rich people in a tweet after this week’s Democratic presidential debate featured candidate Elizabeth Warren going after her fellow candidate Pete Buttigieg for holding a fundraiser in a Napa Valley “wine cave.” This provoked tweets dragging Jane for defending billionaires and comparing her to her high society character on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. But what I’m wondering is, are there BEER CAVERNS, too? Who has those? Can I go there? Are there tours?

In case you missed it, here’s Warren going after Mayor Pete over toasting with billionaires in a lavish wine cave:

The wine cave is part of the Napa Valley winery HALL Rutherford, which belongs to billionaires Craig and Kathryn Hall, and this is what it looks like:

After Lizzy Warren shamed Petey B. for cozying up to monied people in their wine caves, Jane opined on Twitter that rich people have the right to vote, too. Oh, Jane, that’s true but read the room, girl, and that’s not what Lizzy was talking about.

Hopefully, Jane asked her plumber if it was ok if she used them as an example because that’s just rude if she didn’t. On Maisel, Jane plays a crass housewife comedienne character who is actually a rich Manhattan high society gal in a fat suit, so Jane’s critics immediately decided that she’s playing herself.

Jane replied to her naysayers with some snark.

And you can imagine the response to THAT tweet.

It would be super nice (though admittedly naive) if the Dems or anyone stopped fighting and got their shit together and put up a candidate who could bring the current reign of stupid to an end, but that’s a wispy daydream. Back to the real issues – in a wine cave, can you just hold your mouth open under a stalactite and it will drip wine into your maw? Are they that magical?

Pic: Wenn.com

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