Here’s All the Things Democrats Didn’t Stand For at the State of the Union

If you have any doubt about who is watching out for America’s best interests, all you have to do is watch the crowd on Capitol Hill during the State of the Union address. President Trump gave the second address of his first term in office this past week, and it was a smashing success. It was so great that the befuddled fake news talking heads at CNN and CBS were forced to admit that in their instant polling, wide margins of Americans viewed the speech positively. In the CBS poll, 76% of Americans approved of the speech — even those icky parts about the immoral wall!

On CNN, 59% of their dwindling audience approved of the speech, but that probably doesn’t count because more people now watch reruns of Dora the Explorer than the fake news network. But it turns out that there is one group of people in America who absolutely could not stand President Trump’s America First State of the Union Speech: Democrats in Congress.

Nancy Pelosi looked like she bit into a really sour lemon every time President Trump mentioned another positive economic marker for his administration. And then she bit the lemon again… and again… and again!

Just as telling was the absence of applause by the Democrats in Congress. They helpfully wore their social justice costumes to the speech, making it easier to spot them when they were refusing to stand when hearing good news for America.

The Daily Caller compiled a video list of all the times Democrats refused to stand up and applaud during the speech. Check it out in the video below and keep in mind: These are elected Members of Congress who refused to cheer for good news for American workers!


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