Twitter just hilariously danced on the graves of Paul Ryan and Trump’s majority

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The American federal government underwent a profound shift today, as Paul Ryan was finally forced to relinquish his gavel so that Nancy Pelosi could ascend to the House Speakership, marking a transfer of power from one of the most spineless politicians in the history of American politics to one of the most accomplished and principled. Democrats now control the House, and America is safer and stronger because of it.

Ryan’s legacy will be one of enabling Donald Trump and standing by passively as our democratic institutions were pillaged and fundamentally undermined. Most ironically, the man who long presented himself as the voice of fiscal responsibility leaves behind a massively ballooned budget deficit due in large party to the plutocratic tax cuts he helped ram through. leaves in shame, as he so richly deserves.

As Ryan slithers off into the private sector, Americans have taken to Twitter to celebrate his departure. Some are thrilled to see Pelosi once again in a position of such power, others are simply happy that Ryan will no longer be able to forward his toxic agenda. Although the comments run the gamut, one thing is clear: Americans see Paul Ryan’s tenure in government as an abject failure, something to be looked at by historians as little more than an ill-intentioned curiosity. Good riddance.

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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