Trump Bully Tweet Attacks Powerful Union & Gets Instant Internet Justice


Sunday, Donald Trump took to his favorite social media platform to attack American workers for the failures of their corporate bosses. As usual, when his policies backfire, he turns it around and blames the victims, in this case, blaming the UAW (United Auto Workers) his own industry crushing tariffs and GMs corporate failures.

‘Democrat UAW Local 1112 President David Green ought to get his act together and produce. G.M. let our Country down, but other much better car companies are coming into the U.S. in droves. I want action on Lordstown fast. Stop complaining and get the job done! 3.8% Unemployment!’

One Twitter user made their feelings abundantly clear, in the simplest terms, saying:

‘Republican Donald Trump ought to get his act together and stop with the Trade Wars.’

For some, it was personal:

‘Wow, Trump singles out a union leader to bang, slam and hammer.

‘Here Trump inexplicably seems angrier at the UAW than at G.M., which is closing down Lordstown.’

‘I know Dave Green of the UAW. He’s a solid, earnest labor leader, trying to do his best for GM workers.

‘I can only imagine what it’s like when you’re a typical American like Dave and the President of the United States shoots out an angry thunderbolt of a tweet at you.’

For others, it was just another small part of the Trump strategy to attack whenever he fails:

‘So far today Donald Trump has attacked:

– General Motors
– Saturday Night Live
– John McCain

Donald Trump has not attacked:

– White supremacist shooters’

One of his followers tried to deflect:

‘No, he attacked a union leader.’

It didn’t go well for them:

‘Read it again. He impugned GM by saying a much better product was coming.’

Another Trumpster tried to move the goalposts:

‘Our cars are the best in the world, much better than imported pieces of junk like Tesla.’

And was immediately schooled on U.S. manufacturing:

‘Tesla cars are made in California…’

Which , of course, caused said Trumpster to double down on their ignorance:

‘They are glorified golf carts and come from Scandinavia or some similar country.’

And brought them a lesson on U.S. and world geography:

‘No they don’t. They were developed and built in California.’

‘Some of y’all skipped geography class and it shows.’

‘Trump University I’m guessing.’

All of these scary facts only caused the Sad Trumpster to show that their idea of “America” is much smaller than the reality:

‘I don’t see it on this map [which only shows a small portion of the southeastern U.S.], so whatever it is, it’s irrelevant’

Other Twitter users were quick to point out the obvious patterns in Trump’s practices:

‘He’s all about the 1% having complete control over the workforce. Essentially slavery…. much like how labor was in the late 1800’s. That’s why he is eliminating labor and consumer protections.’

…as well as point out his complete unsuitability for the job he is supposed to be doing:

‘Do you think you’re a pundit? A reality star? A businessman? Because this is clearly not a tweet from someone that knows they are the President of the United States of America.’

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