Chelsea Handler Unleashes Tweet Storm, Claims Things are Much Better Under Biden

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Handler believes that the state of the country is better right now than it was one year ago under President Donald Trump.

It’s been just over two months since Joe Biden took office, and unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed how different things are now in comparison to one year ago.

Chelsea Handler has certainly noticed a difference.

Unfortunately, her liberal delusions makes her believe that the changes have been positive.

Handler went a tweet storm on Friday, where she released a list of things that she believes are better when compared to one year prior under President Trump.

This should be fun to unpack…

Let’s look into this Twitter thread one piece at a time…

Handler believes we had a white supremicist in the White House last year, even though black unemployment hit an all-time low

Even CNN admitted that black unemployment was at an all-time low back in 2019:

Black unemployment fell to a record low in August, helped by a jump in the number of black women on the job.

The unemployment rate for black workers fell to 5.5% from 6%, according to the Labor Department data. The previous record low of 5.9% was set in May 2018.

The unemployment rate for black women fell to a record 4.4% from 5.2% in July. The unemployment rate for black men crept up to 5.9% from 5.8%. But the previous month’s rate was a record, so the rate is still near its historic low.

Unemployment among workers who identify themselves as Hispanic or Latino also fell in August to 4.2%, which matched a record low set earlier this year.

Minority unemployment has been tracked by the Labor Department since the early 1970’s. Both black and Hispanic or Latino unemployment numbers have traditionally been higher than white unemployment, and it remains so today. White unemployment was 3.4% in August, up from 3.3% previously. But this is the smallest gap on record between the respective unemployment rates for blacks and whites.

Also, Handler believes that Trump is the racist, and this guy isn’t?:

Whatever you think of Mike Pence, even Snopes admits that he never said that he supported forced conversion therapy, and he definitelty never supported electric shock therapy.

As for Jared  Kushner, Handler is correct.

Nobody with that name is advising foreign policy.

In fact, I’m not sure who is advising Biden on foreign policy, but they’re doing a terrible job.

Handler is totally correct on these two tweets.

However, the first one “lacks context” as liberals love to say.

She’s correct, we had only just learned of Covid a year ago.

We now have the vaccine thanks to the efforts of one Donald J. Trump.

Handler knows this, but she will throw her praise to Biden instead.

Liberals have a habit of propping up “false Gods” like Joe Biden.

She admits as much in the next tweet, saying that she had a disturbing “crush” on Andrew Cuomo a year ago.

She even penned a love letter to him in Vogue magazine.

This is because leftists like Handler are quick to fall head-over-heals for false idols, who they deem to be their anti-Trump heroes.

The Washingon Post has more on the disturbing tendency of liberals propping up these “false Gods:”

The arc of Cuomo’s ascent made his consequent, perhaps inevitable, fall all the harder. On Wednesday, the once omnipresent governor was again back on television, this time subdued and, for Cuomo, apologetic. He expressed regret “for whatever pain I have caused” to women who complained of his behavior and beseeched New Yorkers to await the results of a sexual harassment investigation before condemning him.

How different from the Cuomo of a year ago, his daily briefings carried live on cable networks in what many viewers seized on as a reassuring contrast to Trump. Ellen DeGeneres called herself a “Cuomosexual.” Chelsea Handler penned a “love letter” to Cuomo for Vogue. He was, literally, on the cover of Rolling Stone.

Cuomo’s performances were so mesmerizing, with such a rich ensemble — his mother, his daughters, their boyfriends — that they earned the governor an Emmy Award in November. “The governor’s 111 daily briefings worked so well because he effectively created television shows, with characters, plot lines, and stories of success and failure,” said International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences President Bruce Paisner.

Like Trump’s pressers, these were often stream of consciousness, self-absorbed and self-indulgent, but Cuomo inspired by also exuding compassion and cautious optimism. CNN’s Chris Cuomo boosted his big brother by offering a platform on his “Prime Time” show for humanizing, rarely substantive, banter.

We are only now beginning to grasp how much the performance was akin to “The Apprentice,” a reality show that depicted a manufactured reality. As Andrew Cuomo preached the importance of transparency, his administration was in fact minimizing the staggering number of deaths in nursing homes — after ordering the facilities to take in patients recovering from the contagion.

Many Democrats wanted to believe. So they did.

Not that there weren’t warning signs. The 63-year-old has always been a notorious bully and machine politician. He set up a commission to root out corruption in the state and then precipitously shut it down, prompting a federal investigation. His former top adviser and confidant was sentenced to six years in prison in 2018 for soliciting and accepting bribes from companies with state business. But in the grip of the pandemic Democrats needed a hero who seemed to combine the caring and competence that Trump was incapable of providing.

Cuomo was not their first false god. In a quest for anti-Trump heroes over the past four years, liberals embraced an array of other characters, vastly different in nature but none ideally suited to the task of serving as national savior from Trump. For a while, they pinned their hopes on the buttoned-up special counsel Robert S. Mueller III. Stormy Daniels’s attorney Michael Avenatti, Mueller’s high-flying antithesis, was, incredibly, talked about seriously as a potential presidential candidate for a few months. They were searching for someone to fill the void.

A reparations bill is in the works, but it is still a radical notion.

As for Mitch McConnell, she’s correct again.

No republican is arguing that point!

Others responded to handler’s nonsense in a similar way.


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