Scott Walker Reminds Us Why Politicians Shouldn’t Tweet Their Meals

Politicians have a strange urge to share their homemade meals ― and it never seems to end well. We saw this happen with the prime minister of New Zealand, Bill English, when he posted a photo of his homemade pizza topped with canned spaghetti. (Don’t worry, social media let him know everything that you’re feeling about that atrocity.)

And now it’s Governor Scott Walker’s turn. He posted a photo of his Memorial Day cookout on Twitter, and it was not a pretty sight.

If you know anything about grilling, you know that the picture above isn’t how you make great kebabs. It’s not even how you make decent kebabs. Twitter picked up on his rookie mistakes right away, and let him know it. 

Better luck next time, governor!

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