How do you spell 'Rat Bastard'? O-R-R-I-N H-A-T-C-H
Fall out from the Tax "Reform" Act of 2017 has already begun. The first mouth piece defending the defunding is a certified Raging Rodent, from the Beehive State (which will soon have to change it name, thanks Monsanto). Let me introduce you to a man dedicated to trickle down morality (a little of his "morality" trickles down his leg after each urinary discharge): O-R-R-I-N H-A-T-C-H
Here he is in all his hypocritical putrescence, O-R-R-I-N "I once was a janitor" H-A-T-C-H
After ramming through the Senate, with the able help of Mitch McConnell, the wonderful Trumpian tax reform bill of 2017, Hatch had this to say:
Less than two days after the Senate passed widely criticized tax reform legislation, one of the tax bill’s key proponents came under fire for claiming there’s “no money” for a children’s health care plan he helped create.
On the Senate floor Thursday, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) responded to a question from Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) about the future of the Children’s Health Insurance Program, a low-cost health insurance plan for children from low-income families that Congress has yet to review since it expired Oct. 1.
The question came during a debate on the Republican tax bill, which Hatch presided over as chairman of the Senate Finance Committee.
In response, Hatch claimed the health insurance program had not yet been renewed due to a lack of funds.
“The reason CHIP’s having trouble is because we don’t have money anymore,” Hatch said.
Of course, Orrin, the reason we don't have any more money for CHIPs is because you gave it all to the 0.1%.
“I have a rough time wanting to spend billions and billions and trillions of dollars to help people who won’t help themselves, won’t lift a finger and expect the federal government to do everything,” Hatch said.
As an investigative reporter, I sought out some interviews with the "parasites who won't help themselves".
The first work-shirker I found was hiding in a nursery:
"But, I don't wanna go to work again today!"
Another work-shirker being closely evaluated by a team of Trump's Work-Suitability-Employment-Agency was deemed unfit to work for two reasons: 1. he was a cat; 2. he was dead. But inspections of the cat's home will be made to find any shirking felines there.
"Mr. Hatch, can I stop washing clothes this morning?"
"Mr. Hatch, may I take 2 days off from my proofreading job?"
Citizens of Amerikkka, do not despair, because I have found a picture of 13 very hard-working individuals, proving that we are not a nation entirely constituted of parasites (note Orrin was not in picture due to potty break).