Apparently a bunch of 8th graders from New Jersey declined a chance to get photographed with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan during their school trip to Washington, D.C.:
— Clara Jeffery (@ClaraJeffery) May 28, 2017
Raw Story covered it here:
— Raw Story (@RawStory) May 28, 2017
We get this libs like this sort of thing, but here’s a different take from Politico’s Julia Ioffe, an immigrant from Russia:
This isn't good, btw. Reminds me of Russia, where politics so vicious and polarized, that kids pick it up, too. It's not very healthy.
— Julia Ioffe (@juliaioffe) May 28, 2017
But like we said, libs love it:
— ROSIE (@Rosie) May 28, 2017
::fist pump:: https://t.co/MKMBS53fz1
— Cherie Priest (@cmpriest) May 28, 2017
— !boi (@Exclamationboi) May 28, 2017
Not all heroes wear capes… some even have acne. https://t.co/oK6UlL2YfZ
— White Is A Construct (@CurseYouKhan) May 28, 2017
These eighth graders understand more than our media, it seems. https://t.co/LQNqtnTNY7
— J.H. Swanson (@jh_swanson) May 28, 2017
So… the math is: 100 8th graders have more integrity than the entire House of Reps. https://t.co/EY2TLm9ib6
— Maggie Savarino (@maggiesavarino) May 28, 2017
And as for Paul Ryan, did he even notice? Here’s the image he shared on his Instagram account:
These kids will have a memory to cherish forever. Those other kids? Hahaha!
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