Spend some time on Twitter if your diet is low on liberal tears. They’re absolutely fortifying and guaranteed to confer long life and happiness.
What’s causing the Democrats to cry today? Let’s create a list. First, it must be noted that Democrats promised death to Americans because Net Neutrality is gone. Then, Americans would die again if they kept more of their taxes. Finally, Americans are going to die because of Trump. (That general sentiment has been going for a year now.)
Americans aren’t dying, though, they’re keeping more money:
- Tax reform passed so Americans keep their money.
- Obamacare individual mandate (a tax on the poor and middle class) is repealed.
- Drilling in ANWR for more oil. Saudi Arabia looking for oil in America.
- Wells Fargo is increasing their minimum wage and giving more in charity.
- AT&T is giving bonuses to 200,000 employees plus spend one billion in capital improvements.
- Boeing is giving bonuses.
- Fifth Third Bank giving bonuses.
- Unions are being weakened.
- Trump approved a huge arms deal to the Ukraine.
- Nikki Haley curb-stomped the UN and President Trump backed her up saying that America is taking names and they don’t mind not subsidizing these other countries.
At the UN we’re always asked to do more & give more. So, when we make a decision, at the will of the American ppl, abt where to locate OUR embassy, we don’t expect those we’ve helped to target us. On Thurs there’ll be a vote criticizing our choice. The US will be taking names. pic.twitter.com/ZsusB8Hqt4
— Nikki Haley (@nikkihaley) December 19, 2017
Remember the scene where the Ents knocked over Saruman’s evil enterprise and the water washed through Isengard? As good news rushes through the country, it finally feels like the government is under new management.
Are you tired of all the winning?
Now Comcast and NBC giving bonuses, too. Liberals benefitting!
Comcast joining AT&T: “Based on the passage of tax reform and the FCC’s action on broadband,” Comcast is giving “special $1,000 bonuses to more than 100,000 eligible frontline and non-executive employees.”
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) December 20, 2017