There are times in our political society when it seems we must either laugh or cry. In this past election and the post-election season, Democrats have been doing a lot of crying. Just look at Meryl Streep’s speech at the Golden Globes as a prime example.
When Rush Limbaugh famously said that he hoped President Obama would fail as president, Democrats cried about that. They accused him of hate speech and racism despite the fact that he repeatedly said that he was talking about Obama’s policies and that his desire had nothing to do with race.
In a move of utter hypocrisy, Democrats are now not only saying they want President-elect Trump to fail, they are taking measures to try to make that happen. Their latest attempt, however, turned humorous.
The Democrats have started using the hashtag #MakeAmericaSickAgain to mock the president-elect and his “Make America Great Again” slogan. This change is reportedly being used by those who are fighting against any repeal of Obamacare.
But Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY accidentally posted the wrong hashtag Monday. Instead of urging Americans not to #MakeAmericaSickAgain, Schumer initially told his followers “Don’t Make America Great Again.” In a now deleted tweet, Schumer said, “Starting tonight, @SenateDems are on @Snapchat. Add to hear more on our fight to protect healthcare & tell GOP: Don’t #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.”
Now deleted. Chuck Schumer accidentally tweeted Don't Make America Great Again pic.twitter.com/GSh1eyUPAj
— Joe Perticone (@JoePerticone) January 9, 2017
If Schumer were not so completely bent on obstructing and encouraging others to obstruct all things Trump, the original post could clearly be seen as a slip of the tongue (or fingers). But given his animosity toward Trump and his policies, we may never know for sure.
— McSlavinstein (@McSlavinstein) January 9, 2017
@JoePerticone why are you saying it was accidental?
— huitecouture (@huitecouture) January 10, 2017
— Laura Long (@LauraLongLong) January 10, 2017
— Rob (@piratedwight) January 10, 2017
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) January 9, 2017
Source: The Washington Times