Oh, the injustice of it all!
Stolen elections are one thing. But an underappreciated First Lady and former fashion model rudely snubbed! How much hardship can one man bear?
As usual, Trump’s remarks are way off-key.
Griping from the balmy comfort of his Floridian oceanfront estate, a visibly resentful Donald Trump is bitter that his supermodel wife never made it to the cover of Vogue during his 4-year reign.
This, as 6.7 million adults have something to really feel embittered about. And scared. That’s how many Americans are likely to face eviction or foreclosure in the next 2 months with no help or relief being offered by our government.
As the prospect of emergency unemployment benefits disappearing for an estimated 12 million-plus laid-off Americans seemed a reality, Christmas was less than jolly for so many. Even with the proposed paltry $600 stimulus check, these folks could not afford to buy a copy of the fashion magazine even if the First Lady actually graced the cover.
They need that $7.99 for food.
Millions of jobless gig workers and independent contractors were set to lose their unemployment benefits after this weekend as Trump held out signing the relief package Congress passed last week.
At the zero hour on Sunday, Trump finally signed the bill extending expanded jobless benefits into March but millions will still lose a week of benefits due to his delay in signing the bill.
That my friends is an injustice to gripe about.