BuzzFeed Politics has since deleted the tweet, but if you read it enough times, you understand that there’s nothing really wrong with it — except the phrasing. Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro wants to end adoption, and he wants to foster discrimination against LGBTQ people? Wow, he’s really breaking away from the pack with these new policies.
Here’s a screenshot:
We’re guessing, after reading it a few times ourselves, that he wants to end discrimination against LGBTQ people who want to adopt or foster a child. We’re wondering if the 34 likes are the number of people who read it that way in the first place or not.
Headline fail. https://t.co/TxGFXck54K
— (((Jay Lampert))) (@MortChristenson) October 10, 2019
why does he want to foster discrimination against LGBTQ people?????? https://t.co/6G6GAZ5jd4
— Lenny Briscoe (@onekayeighty) October 10, 2019
Oooh bad phrasing there https://t.co/Iql4P4fZu2
— Untitled Ruth Game (honk) (@bouledenerfs_) October 10, 2019
He is cancelled. https://t.co/wHdpP4mMRf
— Disrupting the Psychosphere (@conspiracystuf2) October 10, 2019
Wow, that's a bad headline even by BuzzFeed standards
— (((Thrill Science))) ✡️ (@ThrillScience) October 10, 2019
Oh dear. ?
— Miranda Yaver (@mirandayaver) October 10, 2019
Perhaps a Freudian slip?
— ??Joe Mora?? ???? (@GUnderP68) October 10, 2019
Just trying to be anti LGBTQ like his idol, Fidel.
— Attack Lizard (@MingusYaDingus) October 10, 2019
Watch this line show up in an opponent’s campaign ad eventually.
‘Expertly crafted headline’: Slate’s spin on Justin Trudeau blackface pic is something else https://t.co/oCiD8L3CGG
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 19, 2019