@washingtonpost it's still just a budget proposal and you already have doomsday articles like this. Have you no shame?
— Joseph Isaac Ndlovu (@yon_doc) March 16, 2017
As Twitchy told you, the Washington Post is in full-blown freakout mode over Trump’s budget. And national correspondent Philip Bump is only too eager to add fuel to the fire:
Now I write futurist fiction stories. https://t.co/E8Uz3RiQID
— Philip Bump (@pbump) March 16, 2017
“Fiction” being the operative word here.
A day in the life of a poor American under Trump’s proposed budgethttps://t.co/nrl8LBuvpb
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 16, 2017
What the shit is this trash https://t.co/mWEr0TYcit
— Mat (@sunnyright) March 16, 2017
This is serious stuff, you guys:
The first thing you notice when you wake up is that it’s cold.
It only gets better from there. We promise.
Here we go. Journalism has discovered poor people again. https://t.co/crGGCNshiO
— Jason C. (@CounterMoonbat) March 16, 2017
@CounterMoonbat Yeah, they only exist under Repub admins.
— BlackTrain (@BlackTrain) March 16, 2017
@CounterMoonbat Poor people didn't exist when Obama was president-Obama took care of everybody lol lol
— CALL ME ATHEIST! (@JWeismonger) March 16, 2017
@washingtonpost Did you have an equivalent piece on what OCare did to working class coverage & deductibles?
— CRB (@crbrendemuehl) March 16, 2017
We can’t recall. We’re too cold to think straight.
@washingtonpost I'm sorry but this is the most pitiful thing I've ever read. You literally are a propaganda newspaper.
— George Glass (@julierae2332) March 16, 2017
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