Guys just tell the president there's a "stealth wall" and go have a mime run into it to show him https://t.co/UAhIiXV2Ak— Non-Toxic Insecure Entity (@SuisRiRi) January 12, 2019
Jokes aside there was a lot of righteous anger at Trump’s shutdown and the negative real-world impact it was having on working Americans.
Roughly 800,000 federal employees are being forced to work without pay and once you consider their families and the many satellite industries the number of people affected easily stretches into the millions with the ripple effects difficult to quantify.
23. The shutdown appears to be a game to Trump but for working Americans it is very real.
Rural Western states that voted for Trump are disproportionately affected by the government shutdown, which today sets a record as the longest in U.S. history, since federal workers there make up a large share of the workforce. https://t.co/n3fbVp8Zxa— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) January 12, 2019
Something tells me you are feeling the pressure Donnie? @GOP base cracking? I'm calling my senators and Congress reps too. I vote,and I'll vote against the ones that didn't end the #TrumpShutDown and so will millions of others. This is a political hostage situation over a wall. https://t.co/tYFJOy9829— Whiskshine (@lala2969) January 12, 2019
Government workers furloughed talk about the hardships they are facing as the longest government shutdown in US history drags on. https://t.co/YtmXQlZzuo— MSNBC (@MSNBC) January 12, 2019
The damage done by the shutdown of the federal government is going to be long lasting and hard to calculate the full impact of.— Alexandra Erin (@alexandraerin) January 12, 2019