i wish I could link the tweet for you — but he’s deleted it.
It used to be the tweet that led to this genius “serious question.”
Update: Now he’s deleted his “serious question,” too.
…which sounds like a very bad Emo Philips joke, delivered by Nick Nolte on the sixth day of a detox dry-out.
Has this guy been partying with Andrew Gillum and HoneyHammock?
He started celebrating, immediately, that the Dow had a brief small fall. He claimed it was due to Trump’s speech — Without Evidence, as CNN would say.
As the Dow zoomed higher and higher, his grave-dancing tweet appeared premature.
So he just deleted it. He didn’t explain why. He just zapped it, and hoped no one noticed.
Well, I did.
After deleting his tweet, he shifted tactics: He now acknowledge the markets were rising, but claimed this was because Trump was passing out various undeserved goodies to corporations:
Trump has made this a very pro-business news conference. And the markets seem to approve. pic.twitter.com/mgvSzxe9cY
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) March 13, 2020
If you weren’t sure that was Roberts’ intent, he then made it more clear when he retweeted Chris Hayes saying that Trump was just trying to “pump up” the market:
The entire press conference now appears to be an attempt to pump up stocks of big american companies right before the close. Astonishing. https://t.co/BPNQ1DviVK
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) March 13, 2020
It finished +9.36%, plus 1,985.00 points.
When the market was (briefly) down, it was a “news” story for traitorous propagandist Jim Roberts — a negative story for Trump.
Then it went up, and he deleted his prior tweet.
Then it went up still further, and he started painting the market’s rise as a different news story — but also a negative story for Trump.
If that’s the most they can piss and moan about, Trump must have done pretty well.
if one will recall, libs, communists, snowflakes, and millenniums all have short memories. during the muslim terrorist pres the market would fluctuate 300-500 points/ any given day. behavior is fashionable in the realm of suicidal mediocrity