The far left is able to say something so as to villainize the present administration.
After President Donald Trump tweeted his help for Sue Kruczek, a mom who misplaced her son to the opioid epidemic, who appeared on Fox and Friends on February 12, somebody wasn’t glad. Dean Obeidallah, a columnist for CNN and the Daily Beast and a radio host on SiriusXM, replied to Trump’s tweet with a narrative from Politico about Kellyanne Conway and an indignant assertion blaming Trump for the demise of Sue Kruczek’s son.
Obeidallah stated, “Sadly Trump has put a GOP pollster in command of the struggle on opioid that means extra Americans will die due to Trump’s incompetence. Trump needs to be charged with manslaughter!” For somebody who claims to be a lawyer in his Twitter bio, Obeidallah appears to be unfamiliar with how the regulation works.
But the liberal commentator is obsessive about the concept of demise. On February 13, he tweeted, “If you like to see people on Medicare, food stamps and Medicaid die then you will really LOVE Donald Trump’s Nasty Budget.”
His reactionary leftist headlines, printed on CNN, embrace, “Trump May Be the Most Anti-Women US President Ever,” “SNL Is Wrong — Trump Is Far Worse Than Bush,” “Trump Owes Us Money,” and “SNL is Right — Trump’s Chaos is Part of A Plan.” Whatever occurred to “Facts First,” CNN?
Even although Trump’s proposed price range requires billions to be poured into the Department of Health and Human Services so as to “expand prevention, treatment, recovery and mental health services” regarding the opioid epidemic, one way or the other it’s not sufficient for Obeidallah. The proven fact that Kellyanne Conway has some management over the agenda signifies that Trump is responsible of manslaughter.
That’s a little bit of a stretch for logic.