MSNBC anchor David Shuster, who was once a prolific Twitterer but ceased all 140 character thoughts in late January, turned up on Twitter again tonight. Shuster went silent not long after being scolded by MSNBC bosses for a series of tweets about the James O’Keefe arrest.
It appears he was trying to Direct Tweet some followers about his absence. After sending the two Tweets below, he wrote: “Problems with direct text function.”
The blog Johnny Dollar’s place which mostly chronicles Fox News, but also follows their competition, has been clocking Shuster’s “Twitter silence.” As of yesterday, it was Day 19.
> Update: Mediaite reports Shuster has deleted the Tweets…