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Twitter reacts to historic SAG-AFTRA/WGA strike

Twitter reacts to historic SAG-AFTRA/WGA strike The SAG-AFTRA logo on the outside of its headquarters in LA. Screenshots of tweets from this article have been pasted around the logo.

For the first time in over 60 years, the Writer's Guild of America (WGA) and Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) are striking simultaneously.

The WGA has been on strike since May 2, demanding improvements in compensation and protections, among other asks. This afternoon, SAG president Fran Drescher announced that her organization would be joining writers on the picket line. Here is what people on Twitter have been saying about the historic move.

Fran Drescher, you are the moment


Making history

Down with AI!

Executives are the villains they make movies about

Don't mess with actors

The ✨ duality ✨

Who will eat chicken and ugly cry now??

And remember, don't be a scab!