MSNBC’s David Shuster, Tweeting Again

DShuster.jpgMSNBC 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.”

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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…

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