Hillary Shows Trump How To Lead During Crisis With Wednesday Proclamation


This Wednesday morning on Twitter, President Donald Trump rambled on and on about how great he supposedly is. He praised the U.S. Coronavirus testing capability — in complete ignorance of the weeks and weeks of delays that it took to get here — and he lauded his administration’s assistance for New York, even as local leaders insist that it’s not enough. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton took an entirely different route. On Twitter, she thanked the many service workers across the country who have been working to support American lives while Trump and his cronies whine and congratulate themselves for failures.

She shared:

‘Thank you to the medical professionals, grocery store employees, delivery drivers, pharmacy workers, mail carriers, firefighters, police, nursing home employees, and everyone else who is working to save lives and keep us all going right now. Thank you, thank you, thank you.’

Across the country, so-called nonessential businesses have been shut down, but medical staff have of course stayed on the job to work around the clock, and many workers in other establishments, like grocery stores, have also stayed on — which has given them an “essential” status that those who fight against their rights in other contexts might like to avoid. In reality, these workers are all contributing crucial services.

Early Wednesday morning, Congressional negotiators finally struck a deal to bring some assistance to these workers. Included in the economic bailout plan is apparently a provision for $1,200 payments to Americans who made less than $75,000 in a year — although there are huge bailout payments for corporations that are exponentially larger than that figure included in the stimulus package too. The entire package still has to actually pass both the Senate and House.

Check out Twitter’s response to Hillary below…