Tone deaf to the last day… https://t.co/RCG4TLuIpZ
— Kenneth Ryan James (@kryanjames) January 19, 2017
Thursday is President Obama’s final full day in office, and his top adviser Valerie Jarrett tried to soak up the scene in before it all comes to an end:
Taking my last walk around the grounds. Will be watching from outside the gate after tomorrow as a citizen. pic.twitter.com/U1RymmK34w
— Valerie Jarrett (@vj44) January 19, 2017
National Review’s Charles C.W. Cooke had some news for Jarrett:
You've always been a citizen. https://t.co/IAzYGsQ6d1
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) January 19, 2017
What did Jarrett think she was these past several years?
She means she's not commander of the Praetorian Guard any more. Has to wait in line like the rest of the peasants. https://t.co/66U6wT5LmF
— tree hugging sister (@treehuggingsis) January 19, 2017
@charlescwcooke In her mind, she was a ruler. Citizen is a term of belittlement to these people.
— James Silberman (@James_Silberman) January 19, 2017
— Phemsint (@phemsint) January 19, 2017
— Jerry (@JSLX20) January 19, 2017
Do you mean civilian? Because that wouldn't make sense, either. https://t.co/KYKQLKNe5r
— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) January 19, 2017
It's an entitlement thing. https://t.co/13VkS9Cgfa
— Jor El (@JorElishere) January 19, 2017
— Wrecker (@Article58) January 19, 2017
— varifrank (@varifrank) January 19, 2017
@vj44 you were always a citizen. Working in the White House doesn't make you a royal.
— Roger (@Roger247) January 19, 2017
Though sometimes they sure seemed to think so.