NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- You've got questions? Jim Cramer has answers to viewers' questions sent via Twitter Monday.
On Kinder Morgan (KMI), he said there's a big short raid on the stock after a series of negative articles saying there's trouble at Kinder. Cramer disagreed, saying the Action Alerts PLUS portfolio had a nice gain from Kinder until he sold it to get more yield from Energy Transfer Partners (ETP). He said Kinder CEO Richard Kinder has been adding stock.
Cramer said he didn't want to be attacked by short sellers, adding, "It's a raid. That's what goes on. It's a shame."
A viewer asked if Star Wars has been totally priced into stock of Disney (DIS). Jim said a decline in the market is an opportunity to buy Disney.
As for Twitter (TWTR) being is a good buy, he said everyone is saying that but he's appalled after a CNBC interview last week with Twitter's incoming interim CEO Jack Dorsey and the outgoing CEO Dick Costolo. Dorsey said he believes in the company's current strategy and Costolo said he would stay on the board because he loves working at the company.
"These guys really don't get it at all," Cramer said. Costolo has to go and the company shouldn't bring back Dorsey, who was a co-founder, Cramer said, adding that new people should be brought in and advertisers should be asked what they want.
Jim said the interview was like the year 2000, where you saw the hubris of CEOs who said, "What are you worried about, everything is great." Things are not great. Cramer said he's not seeing the growth or monetization that he wanted at Twitter.