Trump Gets Made Fun of for ‘Tractor’ Comment, But It’s Something Farmers Have Needed for Years

Conservative Tribune | 6/12/2019 | ryanburnside
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Liberals have once again utterly humiliated themselves on a subject they know virtually nothing about. And no, I’m not talking about the Second Amendment.

I’m talking about farming and the dire importance of providing cutting-edge technology to America’s farmers and rural areas in general.

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On Wednesday, Vox associate editor Aaron Rupar thought he successfully dunked on President Donald Trump after the president — who was speaking to Iowa farmers — repeated the call for increased broadband technology for Midwest farmers.

“Beyond parody — Fox Business cuts away from Trump’s speech right after he laments, bizarrely, that tractors can’t hook up to the internet,” Rupar tweeted.

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Today’s farming equipment, which is something I’m guessing Mr. Rupar has never laid eyes on short of a video game or movie, is nothing less than stunningly high-tech and quite frankly, amazing.

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Why? Because technology can provide farmers with accurate, real-time information concerning their equipment, fields, crop yields and other metrics which ultimately help to feed the faces of you and your hipster friends.

Not long after Rupar’s tweet, Andy Lassner, producer of the “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” chimed in and essentially agreed with Rupar’s assessment in a tweet that simply read, “This is something.”

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What’s really “something” is that Lassner is so out of touch with reality concerning the production of food in America and the role technology plays in it that he thought he scored with his unoriginal tweet.

And of course, MSNBC personality Joy Reid added to the conversation by retweeting Rupar and adding a “thinking emoji.”

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Even better, as evidenced in replies to Reid’s emoji response, were anti-Trump people...
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