On the Twitter, people are giving Detroit-native and journalistic honey bucket, Ron Fournier, the business (as the kids say) for the public tongue-bath he administered to America's Most Famous Poisoner of Children, Republican governor Rick Snyder.
Here is one such critique:Watch this Snyder guy in 2016. He gets stuff done http://t.co/Rqe6zpLma6— Ron Fournier (@ron_fournier) December 11, 2014
Here is how Mr. Fournier deflects such critiques:Hell of a prediction https://t.co/O2soELYdsI— Gerard Di Trolio (@GerardDiTrolio) January 28, 2016
I once said Obama could be a great president. Lame, I know. https://t.co/F8OMhsmGsR— Ron Fournier (@ron_fournier) January 28, 2016
Hey, speaking of America's Most Famous Poisoner of Children, Republican governor Rick Snyder, it turns out he's an even more criminally negligent hypocrite than we thought (From Progress Michigan):
News from Progress MichiganJanuary 28, 2016Contact: Sam Inglot, 616-916-0574, firstname.lastname@example.orgDocument: Snyder Admin Trucked In Clean Water for State Building in January 2015Latest revelation shows unequal treatment in Flint Water CrisisLANSING — The Snyder administration quietly trucked in water to state buildings in January of 2015 – ten months prior to Governor Snyder publicly admitting there was reason for concern in Flint, according to a document obtained by Progress Michigan.The document is a Facility Notification sent by the Department of Technology, Management and Budget (DTMB) in response to poor water quality in Flint. The notification stated that water coolers were being installed on each occupied floor next to the drinking fountains so that state workers could choose to continue to drink Flint water or a safe alternative.“It appears the state wasn’t as slow as we first thought in responding the Flint Water Crisis. Sadly, the only response was to protect the Snyder administration from future liability and not to protect the children of Flint from lead poisoning,” said Lonnie Scott, executive director of Progress Michigan. “While residents were being told to relax and not worry about the water, the Snyder administration was taking steps to limit exposure in its own building.”An email chain connected to the document shows that the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) was aware of the notification and action taken to limit state workers exposure to Flint’s water...
The damning facts keep rolling in so fast that it's hard for me to keep track of each individual reason why America's Most Famous Poisoner of Children, Republican governor Rick Snyder should rot in Hell. However I am sure of one thing -- that, even as I write this, in the Geek Suite of some dank journalist flophouse, Mr. Ron Fournier is engaged in a greasy three-way with a Ouija board and a thesaurus trying to invent a reason why Rick Snyder sneaking in clean water for himself and his people while letting the residents of Flint drink poison is at least 50% Barack Obama's fault.