Congressman Ted Lieu Slams Walmart for ‘Making Up Stupid Sh*t’ by Blaming Video Games for Mass Shootings
Democratic Representative Ted Lieu slammed Walmart for taking down video games that depict violence days after a mass shooting occurred at one of their branches.
The 50-year-old politician took to his Twitter page on August 9 to call out the chain for their decision.
Representative Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) clashed with Rep. Karen Handel (R-Ga. ) on Friday during a congressional session after he played the audio recording of crying children who had been separated from their parents and kept in a U.S. federal detention facility.
The heartbreaking audio, previously released by ProPublica, allegedly captured the reactions of children as they were being separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Meet Steve Santagati.
He’s a self-proclaimed “best selling author” of “The Manual: A True Bad Boy Explains How Men Think, Date, and Mate — and What Women Can Do to Come Out on Top,” despite the amount of 1-star reviews on Amazon.
Ted Lieu, Democratic member of the House of the Representatives representing California’s 33rd Congressional District, is urging people to support the new bill that prevents the United States President, Donald Trump, from launching a first strike nuclear strike without congress’ approval.
In the latest video posted on Now This Politics, Lieu explains the problem the country has with nuclear strike process, citing it only depends on just one person. “To launch nuclear weapons in the U.S., you need the approval of the National Command Authority. That sounds really impressive until you look at it. It consists of two people: the president and his political appointee, the secretary of defense,” the congressman said.
Whether he’s bashing political rivals, the media, other heads of state or random celebrities, President Donald Trump uses Twitter to vent his anger, to the utter annoyance of many.
Quite fittingly, an Asian American congressman has been taking the POTUS to task via the microblogging site over the past few months.