Behold: Dr. Oz’s Q&A On Twitter Was Spectacularly Trolled
Mehmet Oz of the”Dr. Oz” teevee show and cardiothoracic surgeon whose questionable snake-oil-salesman-type “science” has left many of us scratching our heads, sent out an innocuous tweet which of course, was mercilessly trolled.
[su_center_ad]The Washington Post reports:
Oz has done a lot to damage his credibility as a medical doctor over the years. He came under fire for touting “miracle” weight-loss products that turned out to be entirely discredited; for announcing that his own children wouldn’t be vaccinated (which he blamed on his wife’s insistence); and for suggesting on national TV that the Ebola virus could become airborne.
It started like this:
— Dr. Mehmet Oz (@DrOz) November 11, 2014
And ended like this:
How much wood could a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck drank kale smoothies daily? #OzsInbox
— Victoria Rejuney (@VictoriaRejuney) November 13, 2014
#OzsInbox Is it true you got into medicine because it was easier than starting your own cult?
— J. Scott Wilson (@chefmongo) November 13, 2014
Dear Dr. Oz, at what point today did you realize that the Twitter demographic is different from your show’s regular audience? #OzsInbox
— Freddie Fit (@evilcybercom) November 13, 2014
Well that worked out swimmingly.
H/T: My buddy @TomCInmidlife with thanks.[su_csky_ad]