So, it started when a left-wing employee (most likely) at McDonald’s headquarters got into the company’s twitter account and tweeted out:
Donald Trump, you are a disgusting excuse of a president and we would love to have Barack Obama Back. Also, you have tiny hands.
I note here that the CEO of McDonald’s has stated that he wants to run a “progressive” company and that they hire Barack Obama’s Press Secretary Robert Gibbs as “executive vice president and global chief communications officer.” Nevertheless, the company deleted the tweet and claimed their account was “compromised.” So anyway, a gay journalist named Josh Barro picked up on this story and tweeted:
This is a real brand misstep for McDonald’s. Fat slobs with no taste are a core Trump demographic.
Then, after a thorough Twitter beatdown, he deleted the offending Tweet. But it was too late; you cannot unsneer a sneer. His timeline also references how while flying over Middle America, he found it worthwhile to tweet, “That’s where ‘Two Broke Girls’ viewers live.” ”
Josh Barro was once a registered Republican, but switched to Democrat last year when it became too embarrassing for him, being identified with all those deplorables and bitter clingers. As he put it, “Elites are usually elite for good reason, and tend to have better judgment than the average person.”
Josh Barro is the son of a Harvard economist. And if Liz Warren taught us anything, it’s that teaching even one class at Harvard is extremely lucrative. (Even more lucrative if you’re snapping up poor people’s foreclosed houses and flipping them.) He has spent his entire life in Boston-DC-New York and has not the slightest clue nor interest about the lives of Middle Class Americans in Flyover Country. When he hears about the economic distress of the Middle Class, he thinks, “Well, why don’t they just network with their connections and have a job created for them…. Oh, right, they can’t, because they’re too stupid.”
Josh Barro epitomizes the type of person who was born on third base and thinks he hit a triple. I am delighted that he is not playing for my team.