The agenda and focus for all Democrats these days is downright deranged. The behavior of leftist lawmakers has never been lower than right now. Their Trump Derangement Syndrome is off the charts!
A perfect example is what Democrat Ted Lieu just apologized for doing.
The Democrat tweeted out trying to slam President Trump but instead offended the citizens of Alabama who are suffering after tornado damage hit the area.
What the Congressman didn’t think clearly on is that the internet is forever. His Trump Derangement Syndrome got the best of him:
.@TedLieu, have some decency. This tweet is a disgrace as are you for posting it then deleting
Americans died and lost everything in the Alabama tornadoes, yet you’re mocking POTUS for visiting, and making bad jokes at expense of this natural disaster.
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The internet is forever pic.twitter.com/XROS0jXfaM
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) March 8, 2019
WHILE LIEU GAVE A LAME APOLOGY FOR HIS CARELESS TWEET, HE’S BEING SKEWERED ON SOCIAL MEDIA:
Is he only sorry for his tweet after seeing the comments? Lame!
I have concluded based on Twitter comments I received that my last tweet was inappropriate. I understand the purpose now of the President's visit to Alabama. I apologize and am going to delete my tweet.
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) March 8, 2019
OUR PRESIDENT CARES:
President Trump has arrived in Lee County, Alabama. Storm damage devastated the area and killed over two dozen citizens including four children.
The First Family has traveled to meet with residents trying to put the pieces back together after the devastating tornado:
“On our way to visit the great people of Alabama!” – First Lady Melania Trump
President Trump is traveling to the hardest hit places in Alabama:
President Trump’s motorcade just passed us. He’s about to tour one of the hardest hit areas in #LeeCounty #Alabama. 23 people were killed here when tornadoes tore through on Sunday. pic.twitter.com/TGontBb37d
— Tyler Fingert (@TylerFingert) March 8, 2019
Yes, this is an emergency: