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The left can’t stand that Sen. Joe Manchin, D-West Virginia, is actually voting with his constituents instead of the party elites. That hatred is manifesting itself in the form of terrible tweets by the likes of MSNBC host Joy Reid and comedian Chelsea Handler who appear to be in a competition to see which one of them can be more awful.
Kicking off the idiot Olympics is Reid, who suggested that the “powerful” senators representing West Virginia and Kentucky are up to no good in their states. She also called their constituents “overwhelmingly poor” as if that’s some sort of dig at the people who voted for them. Senator Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, is a favorite target of Reid, who can’t seem to wrap her brain around the idea of freedom.
“Anybody ever wonder: how can West Virginia and Kentucky have such powerful United States Senators repping them yet be so overwhelmingly poor? Somebody’s getting that money, and it ain’t ordinary West Virginians and Kentuckians… just a thought…” Reid tweeted, adding a Fresh Prince of Bel-Air GIF so everyone knows she’s thinking super hard about her own tweet.
Anybody ever wonder: how can West Virginia and Kentucky have such powerful United States Senators repping them yet be so overwhelmingly poor? Somebody’s getting that money, and it ain’t ordinary West Virginians and Kentuckians… just a thought… pic.twitter.com/T7stjm1WY6
— Joy-Ann (Pro-Democracy) Reid 😷 (@JoyAnnReid) December 21, 2021
Handler similarly struck out with her topical tweet on Manchin. It’s unclear how she makes a living as a comedian with “jokes” like these:
Congrats to Joe Manchin for competing to be more hated than omicron this holiday season.
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) December 20, 2021
Luckily, Twitter wasn’t about to let these two ladies get away with treating two well-respected senators like trash:
Great observations Joy! While we’re on the topic I have a few questions for you… What color skin do these poor people in WV and Kentucky have? Could this be classified as systemic racism against white people?
— Santa Oyez (@OyezSanta1969) December 21, 2021
Hated for doing the right thing. Unbelievable.
— Brian Karl (@autopaintguy) December 20, 2021
I like this game. Now do inner city minorities! Who do they keep voting for?
— Mantis Toboggan (@DrToboggan22) December 21, 2021
Amazing how quickly today’s society runs to “hate” when they disagree with someone politically.
— Independent thought (@Indepen77747991) December 21, 2021
Wow….Joy is concerned about the poor white folk in West Virginia and Kentucky. Who would have thought…🙄I thought they were “white privilege”..
— Brian (@nolanbria) December 21, 2021
If celebrities hate someone, the person they hate is probably for the people
— J.Garcia (@fireasstacos) December 21, 2021
Quite possibly those states vote predominantly on personal principle and not which official will line their pockets greater. A good deal in this thread are mistaking wealth for happiness/self-respect. A majority of those commenters probably have income and not wealth btw.
— Everything is fine (@yepandyep) December 21, 2021
I guess he figured doing the right thing is more important than being loved by those who would have you do otherwise.
— Jocelyn Waulk Gorman (@ReformedMami) December 21, 2021
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