As we told you last night, the House approved the anti-BDS bill 398-17, which CNN immediately labeled a “divisive vote”:
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) July 23, 2019
Math, how does it work?
Wow. CNN. Tsk. Math.
— Jim Stinson (@jimstinson) July 24, 2019
A 95% opposition is "divisive"…
— TJ Lund (@T_J_Lund) July 24, 2019
Maybe it was a typo?
I think I figured it out. You meant "decisive". Damn auto-correct…
— libero leo (@librepind) July 24, 2019
398 to 17. CNN “DeCiSiVe”
— Another Dreg of Society (@_TriggeredUhOh) July 24, 2019
Someone buy them a dictionary:
You guys know the difference between a rout and a close call? You also thought last week's beat down of the impeachment farce was close.
— Tony Bruno (@TonyBrunoShow) July 24, 2019
And no mention of how united the country is in opposition to this bill?
Nothing as divisive as unity, amirite
— Problematic Pleb (@ProblematicPleb) July 24, 2019
AOC’s concern over anti-BDS resolution is that it could, you know, pave the way toward violent protest https://t.co/gqpDT6BXV8
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) July 24, 2019
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