In a now-deleted tweet, the official Twitter for the Bernie Sanders campaign revealed that whoever is writing the tweets does not know the difference between a noun and an adjective.
None of these are adjectives. pic.twitter.com/Y9kyHHyZYB— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 22, 2016
A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea. An adjective is a word to describe nouns. "Greed" is a noun (an idea), whereas "greedy" would be an adjective.
Noting that one of the main issues in the Sanders campaign is free college education, many were quick to jump on this gaffe:
@BernieSanders Adjectives? Your grasp of the English language is even more tenuous than your grasp of economics.— Paul Foeller (@pfoeller) February 22, 2016
Bernie Sanders rejects your parts of speech social construct. https://t.co/oqMCYSnfzA— T (@FirstTeamTommy) February 22, 2016
The tweet was deleted about five hours after it was published.