Tom Steyer is an actual billionaire. But he’s a progressive, so that doesn’t actually matter. No, really:
"I know everybody always describes me as being rich. That is not how I see myself," says Tom Steyer, whose net worth is in the ten figures https://t.co/HirA9dT5Rb
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) July 19, 2019
Oh, well. In that case …
— Jeryl Bier (@JerylBier) July 19, 2019
rich: having a great deal of money or assets; wealthy.
Yeah, he's rich.
— Keith Maniac, from Guatemala (@CutItOutPutin) July 19, 2019
Hey, your words with their meanings have no place here.
He identifies as poor. Who are we to judge?
— Andy Lancaster (@andylancaster) July 19, 2019
Who are we to judge, bigot. https://t.co/HQ4VbqVA67
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) July 19, 2019
We can all agree there's a wealth spectrum. I suppose we should respect the place he sees himself and not impose OUR perception of where he is on it.
— Joseph Bevilacqua (@joebev49) July 19, 2019
I was just telling my Butler this exact thing last week
— Pooch?Doggie (@pooch_doggie) July 19, 2019
rich has always been a fairly fluid word, according to rich people
— SporkBoots, Warranty Voided (@sporkboot) July 19, 2019
Oh well. He tried.
— SmokeNMirrors71 (@SmokeNMirrors71) July 19, 2019
— harrison bergeron (@harrisonberger0) July 19, 2019
Only progressives begrudge wealthy people their wealth. Enjoy trying to distance yourself from the mentality you’ve helped to cultivate, Tom.
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