I'm sorry to inform you that Piers Morgan is in that again. The personality of television, known for its terrible shots, misogyny flagrant and strange obsession with Donald Trump led to Twitter to criticize … good parents?
He published a photo of Daniel Craig, who plays James Bond, holding his baby in an adorable stained baby carrier. Insinuating that Craig was "emasculated" for worrying about being a good father, Morgan tweeted: "Oh 007 … are not you too?"
Morgan has labeled both #emasculatedBond and #papoose, which according to the Oxford Dictionary, is a "type of bag that is used to carry a child on the back".
Twitter users immediately chased him for his ridiculous take.
Piers Morgan is strongly opposed to … (verifies the notes) parents who care for their children
– Evilshai ✡ Frankensteinberger (@avishaiw) October 15, 2018
I agree with Piers Morgan. What kind of father carries his own baby? When you give your baby a real man, HE WILL CONVERT IT ON THE GROUND and then do 50 push-ups to show that baby what a REAL FATHER is.
– Leslie Grossman (@MissLeslieG) October 15, 2018
To be fair, if I saw Piers Morgan holding a baby, he would probably intervene.
– ragazza_pazza (@heatherkenny) October 15, 2018
Yes, Piers, it's called baby, I can see why you're confused: you only have one if a woman fucks you.
– Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) October 15, 2018
You know you've been too high when even the dictionary is after you.
Some want to stop paying attention to it completely.
Piers Morgan 100% begins to own your mentions, so if you are contributing to that
– Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) October 15, 2018
The men began to post pictures of themselves with their babies in response.
Morgan, unperturbed by the entire reaction, went as far as to suggest that he He could play James Bond, and they also roasted him completely.
I remember that James Bond was much more secure in his masculinity, that he did not need to knock down other men to feel good about himself.
– Cannabis and Coffee (@IHeartCandC) October 15, 2018
Let's take a moment to appreciate the fact that men who have cute babies are drowning Piers Morgan on Twitter.