Mainstream media outlets have been so busy questioning the fitness of President Trump’s doctor that they haven’t really ratcheted up the panic that usually comes with the threat of a government shutdown.
Sure, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who is likely to vote no on a continuing resolution just passed by the House, suggested that people will die, but her heart didn’t really seem in it. Good thing that CNN came along then and floated this possibility:
If Congress fails to avert a government shutdown by its Friday deadline, the popular panda cameras at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington will be turned off.
— CNN (@CNN) January 18, 2018
And right on cue . . . https://t.co/vDvvD2cf0X
— Michael Berry (@MichaelBerrySho) January 19, 2018
OH THE HUMANITY!!! NOT THE PANDAS!!! ??? https://t.co/XrfAVBrtOf
— ?♥️Cupid's Favorite Lil' Arrow♥️? (@AK49AT) January 19, 2018
Nooooo! Not the panda cam! https://t.co/ajYufKnlnA
— Morgan Cook (@MorganECook) January 19, 2018
ZOMG NONONONO, NOT THE PANDACAM!!!!! ARMAGEDDON OMGOMGOMG https://t.co/Ew0dSZbIFi
— ☠Problematic AF™☠, Crying Ghetto Warrior (@EF517_V2) January 19, 2018
My word. SOMEBODY DO SOMETHING! https://t.co/icsaXJZzzi
— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) January 18, 2018
OH THE HUMANITY https://t.co/gnb61yFxv8
— Steve Skojec (@SteveSkojec) January 19, 2018
THIS IS WHAT'S AT STAKE PEOPLE!!!! CALL YOUR CONGRESSMAN!!! https://t.co/6g3cOKQTK9
— Logan McCrary (@_McLogan) January 18, 2018
This is on you, Democrats.
$20.5 TRILLION in debt and THIS is what they're worried about? https://t.co/0FJbuDvLMy
— Howard Roark Laughed (@Major_Skidmark) January 18, 2018
The US debt is currently at one million-bajillion. Maybe we should just keep the camera off. https://t.co/I8NoZOHuVD
— Jordan Stauber (@JordanStauber) January 19, 2018
First Net Neutrality, then tax cuts, now this.
Can we as a nation survive? https://t.co/xjVbSle03g
— JWF (@JammieWF) January 19, 2018
Looks like I will just have to flip over to the GORILLA CHANNEL https://t.co/XibALpnoMn
— Thomas Payne (@ThomasPayne49) January 19, 2018