It seems Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire who decided to buy his way into the Democratic Presidential Primary long after all the other candidates began running, was watching the Democratic Debate on January 14 and decided to send a joking tweet.


The subject of the tweet, recent winner of Jeopardy!'s "Greatest of All Time" competition Ken Jennings, made it clear how he felt being used by Bloomberg to gain support.


Twitter is a fan of shade in all its forms, and Jennings's tweet was no exception.



People used the opportunity to speak out in favor of their candidates of choice.




Others wished Jennings would keep his political opinions to himself.



This isn't the first time Jennings has used Twitter to poke fun at the Bloomberg campaign.



Know your audience, Mr. Bloomberg. It seems Ken Jennings is not a huge fan.

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