On Thursday morning, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, made a PowerPoint presentation that focused mainly on defending the American Health Care Act, the proposed bill that would replace Obamacare, also known as the Affordable Care Act.
The American Health Care Act, which is supported by the speaker, as well as President Donald Trump, has faced high criticism by both Democrats and Republicans for broken promises of improving the quality of health care for working people.
During his presentation, Ryan repeatedly made hand gestures and motioned toward the screen while making his remarks. Focusing more on bashing Obamacare then anything, Ryan said:
‘The whole idea of Obamacare is … the people who are healthy pay for the people who are sick. It’s not working, and that’s why it’s in a death spiral.’
The Republican from Wisconsin set himself up big time when he decided to do his presentation in front of a television screen, because Twitter users went crazy with PhotoShop, and it was more than amazing.
Check out the epic responses to “Professor Ryan’s” presentation below:
Only been watching this Paul Ryan PowerPoint presentation for 2 minutes, and I can already tell it'll be an even more hilarious SNL skit.
— BCP (@b_c_p_source) March 9, 2017
Paul Ryan doing a Powerpoint for more than 4 minutes is literally all he needs to maintain his DC pundit wonk cred for the next 14 years
— Jack Mirkinson (@jackmirkinson) March 9, 2017
"Look, I haz PowerPoint! I iz wonk!" — Paul Ryan.
— Kim Wexler's Ponytail (@MadisonKittay) March 9, 2017
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) March 9, 2017
I left a meeting to make this pic.twitter.com/mcS7cnAySy
— Dan Amira (@DanAmira) March 9, 2017
Why does Paul Ryan look like a poli sci professor struggling through a lecture right now?
— Sadio Mane fan account (@NickZararis) March 9, 2017
— Jon Street (@JonStreet) March 9, 2017
Professor Ryan is currently giving a PowerPoint presentation on health care and congressional procedure. pic.twitter.com/2ujDRxE9lN
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) March 9, 2017
— Gideon Resnick (@GideonResnick) March 9, 2017
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