Hat Tip of the Day: Ken Cuccinelli Destroys Erin Burnett and Liberal Lie claiming he ‘Rewrote’ Statue of Liberty Poem
The Umbrella theme of today’s podcast was how liberals are really awful people and there sure were some great examples to reference today. One story that is circulating like wildfire and has led to the ridiculous hashtag trending on twitter #CuccinelliResign is the perfect example of lousy liberals.
Yesterday in an interview with NPR, White House immigration lead and acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services was addressing “the public charge” rule when the reporter asked him about the historic poem that is on the Statue of Liberty’s pedestal in the hopes of deflecting and changing the debate from a meaningful legal one, into an emotional debate.
“Would you also agree that Emma Lazarus’ words etched on the Statue of Liberty- give me your tired, your poor- are also part of the American ethos?” asked NPR’s Rachel Martin. Cuccinelli responded rationally, “they certainly are – give me your tired and your poor who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge.”
To say Democrats ‘jumped on’ an opportunity is incorrect. Liberals purposely turned answering a question into an outright lie that Cuccinelli was misquoting or rewriting history. Burnett tried to play “gotcha” but ended up a fool.