There’s Trump Derangement, and then there’s Trump Derangement.
And then there’s this:
In the nine months beginning with November 2016, about 3.2% to 3.6% more preterm births to Latina women occurred above the levels of preterm births that would have been expected had the election not occurred, the study suggests https://t.co/K92ZcM6h2T
— CNN (@CNN) July 19, 2019
So now Donald Trump is making Latina women deliver their babies prematurely? This … is CNN.
Premature births among Latina women may be tied to Trump's election, study sayshttps://t.co/TLSlMFMNDq
— Jazz Shaw (@JazzShaw) July 19, 2019
— Beaver (@BeaverSauce666) July 19, 2019
— M. Beachwood (@OldSoulNewSkn) July 19, 2019
— Seth (@dcseth) July 19, 2019
You’re making the right call:
Wow. This is *quite* the desperate attempt.
"…only an association was found between preterm births and the presidential election — not a causal relationship." AND "…since the study ended in July 2017, more research is needed…" pic.twitter.com/q6rkjZbwNd
— Kimberly Ross (@SouthernKeeks) July 19, 2019
In other words, there’s no actual evidence of a direct link between Donald Trump’s victory and an increase in premature births, but CNN’s got a narrative, dammit, and they’re stickin’ to it!
What a horrible article….. correlation is not causation
— Casey Smith (@smitty15155) July 19, 2019
This is utterly ridiculous. There is no way to prove that is the cause and the article admits that but just keeps going on about the election. Where are the other variables? Could they maybe have had some other stress in life? No, let’s just blame trump I guess. 🙄
— Tebbj (@tebbju) July 19, 2019
I’ve seen it all! Is there anything Trump isn’t blamed for by @CNN?
— Broby (@itsbroby) July 19, 2019
— Exceptional Pleb (@eym_speshul) July 19, 2019