The GOP tax bill passing the Senate has caused great panic among the likes of Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. Kurt Eichenwald is also among the triggered, who went as far as to offer this advice to millennials:
America died tonight. Economic suicide adopted to feed the insatiable greed of donors, who have been refusing to dole out $ to GOP until they got their tax cuts. Voters fooled by propaganda and tribal hatred.
Millenials: move away if you can. USA is over. We killed it.
— Kurt Eichenwald (@kurteichenwald) December 2, 2017
Well that seems like a very measured and level-headed reaction to a tax bill. *Eye roll*
This seems … a bit overwrought. https://t.co/BJrsQ2kAlY
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) December 2, 2017
How can someone say things like this and ever expect to be taken seriously? https://t.co/U5zE3G6i35
— Alex F. Baldwin (@VerumVulnero1) December 2, 2017
Will millennials take Eichenwald’s advice?
Millenials, Kurt is right. Please follow his advice. pic.twitter.com/JPAJpVOjZC
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) December 2, 2017
Sounds like someone is angry about losing the personal deduction for tentacle porn?
— William Keane (@largebill68) December 2, 2017
Yup @kurteichenwald you nailed it. Donors are really leaving the GOP out to dry.
— David Stock (@David_A_Stock) December 2, 2017
But wait, because that might be just the tip of Eichenwald’s meltdown iceberg:
Imagine what this guy will say when the final billl actually passes and the president signs it. https://t.co/d6IdnUDFrh
— Brit Hume (@brithume) December 2, 2017
It’s sure to be EPIC.
Obligatory warning for anybody tempted to heed Eichenwald’s advice:
Thuper geniuth ? pic.twitter.com/6sCThQIK9s
— WhichWitch (@JeffersonTeaPar) December 2, 2017
Don’t forget, this is the same genius that said the stock markets were going to tank after Trump was elected and they’re now at record highs… https://t.co/7hFTr8NwUY
— NoOneOfConsequence (@StarDogCh4mpion) December 2, 2017
This guy said he sold all his stock after Trump’s electoral victory and advised everyone else to as well. But by all means, take life advice from him. https://t.co/8hWj2Kg9fc
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) December 2, 2017
Proceed with caution, millennials!