We weren’t aware that White House Chief of Staff Ronald Klain was a biologist because he feels pretty confident just throwing the word “women” around like that. Shouldn’t he be saying something like “vulva owners”?
The Biden administration is just full of historical moments, such as Marilynn Malerba being named U.S. Treasurer, the first Native American to hold the position. But it’s even more historical than that, because as Klain points out, this will be the first time in history that the signatures of two women will appear on our currency.
And, for the first time in history, the signatures of two women will appear on our currency. https://t.co/4PtT4xeg0z
— Ronald Klain (@WHCOS) June 21, 2022
This is what counts as a progressive win nowadays? Signatures on money?
— Timothy H.J. Nerozzi 庭夢 (@TimothyNerozzi) June 21, 2022
damn this inflation is getting so equitable
— Kevin McMahon (@Kevin__McMahon) June 21, 2022
I have never once looked at or cared about the signatures. I care that it’s worth a lot less because of WH policies. Maybe focus on that.
— Andy Lancaster (@andylancaster) June 21, 2022
I believe people of ALL genders, ethnicities, religions, and sexualities deserve a seat at the table that is fundamentally devaluating our currency, setting the stage for hyper inflation, and creating a permanent serf class who will never be afford to own anything.
— Mark (@MDS_Tweets) June 21, 2022
That’ll make everyone feel better while they’re choosing between gas and groceries. You’re doing great, Ron! 🤡
— Shawn Quinn (@ShawnQuinn83) June 21, 2022
— Prison Mitch (@MidnightMitch) June 21, 2022
Thank god. I feel so much better paying $400 more a month for groceries and gas
— Tripp (@cbomar_3) June 21, 2022
What’s amazing to me is that I know there are people out there who are hyped for this kind of stuff.
— Jacob Bloom (@JacobBloom31) June 21, 2022
This “first” crap is getting pretty old.
— End the Simpsons (@EndTheSimpsons) June 21, 2022
Our new press secretary was a “first” and she’s so bad at her job we want Jen Psaki back.
Cool. Is inflation still at 9%?
— Patrick “Free Lectures” Groves (@nostaticzone) June 21, 2022
Is that why it doesn’t buy as much stuff as it used to now?
— Justine (@BruinJustine) June 21, 2022
Coincidence that it’s about to be inflated into oblivion?
— Biggus Dickus (@B1ggus_D1ckus) June 21, 2022
And just like that we have 40+ year high inflation.
— Concerned Crab (@last_starship) June 21, 2022
Oh, yay. I’ll say a prayer to the feminist Gods as I spend a fortune trying to buy groceries and gas. 🙄
— Angie B 💜🇺🇸 (@angiedi70) June 21, 2022
I’m gonna need twice as many of their signatures to buy the same things I was buying last year. Thanks Ron.
— Bob Jeffers (@bobjeffers559) June 21, 2022
You really think that’s an accomplishment, don’t you?
— VeritasVIVIVI (@Veritasvivi6) June 21, 2022
He thought it was worth tweeting.
Janet Yellen makes up for being so very wrong about inflation by announcing this ‘first’ at the Treasury Dept. https://t.co/dRWPfdSwoA
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 2, 2022