Look What Just Went Missing From The White House Website – Libs Are LOSING It Over What Trump Changed

The pathetic left just cannot get over the fact that Donald Trump won the election last November. These immature individuals have looked for new ways to slam the president in their misguided anger nearly every day. If it is not President Trump’s desire to secure our border or his desire to beef up our military it is Trump’s tweets on Twitter. However, now they have a new avenue to display their anger on and it is truly pitiful.

The left has been losing their minds every since President Trump took down the Spanish White House website in January. Of course, what this translates to the lunatic left is that Trump is a xenophobic racist that hates Hispanics. (sarcasm implied)

Oh, but that is not all they are complaining about in their la-la land. The left is also outraged that the Spanish Twitter account uses too much English in its posts. Um, let me get this right. English is our countries native tongue but we need to pander to those who speak Spanish? I don’t think so libtards.

But, what makes this even more infuriating is that Trump’s administration never said they were not making a Spanish White House website. In fact, the administration is busy rolling out the new site, but that does take time to complete. These fickle lefties seem to forget that even Barack Obama had a bit of delay in releasing his Spanish website. Though White House director of media affairs Helen Aguirre reminded these forgetful reporters that the Obama administration took nine months to launch its own Spanish version.

The Spanish White House website is not up and the looney left is losing their minds.

Here is the incessant whining from the Associated Press over the White House website.

After a succession of administrations that embraced Spanish-language content, President Donald Trump’s White House is all but ignoring Spanish speakers even though he has a robust online presence in English.

His administration has yet to offer a Spanish White House website. It has eliminated the position of director of Hispanic media outreach. And its Spanish-language Twitter account is heavy with English text and features sloppy translations.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer said in January that the administration had it’s “IT folks working overtime” to roll out a new Spanish-language site after WhiteHouse.gov/espanol went dark in the hours after Trump took office.

“Trust me, it’s going to take a little bit more time, but we’re working piece by piece to get that done,” Spicer said at the time. More than five months later, the site still urges readers to “STAY TUNED.”

The White House’s Spanish Twitter account, @LaCasaBlanca, is also far less active in the Trump era.

The account has tweeted just 41 times since Trump’s inauguration; more than one-third of those posts came on the day of his address to a joint session of Congress on Feb. 28. Of the 41 tweets, about half were written in English. The Spanish tweets are sprinkled with typos — 11 in all. While most mistakes are minor flubs such as missing accents, those accents often change the meaning of words significantly. For instance, they turn “medical” into “medicate” or “is” into “this.”

Notably, one of the first agencies to expand Spanish-language content during the Trump era has been U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The agency better known as ICE is responsible for carrying out deportations. Last month, it announced that it was expanding the Spanish section of its website and started a new Spanish Twitter feed, @ICEespanol.

The White House director of media affairs, Helen Aguirre Ferre, said she expects a Spanish website to launch later this year. She noted the Obama administration took nine months to launch its version, adding that “the priority remains to improve the English language website.”

She said there was no plan to hire a press officer solely dedicated to Spanish-language media at this time. She said she and another staffer in the communications operation are bilingual and conduct interviews in Spanish. Spanish-language media are also invited to participate in press briefings, background briefings, and other events, along with their English-language colleagues, she said.

Former President George W. Bush began the tradition of a Spanish-language website. The Obama administration followed suit.

The left cannot stand that Trump is succeeding in his agenda so they are looking for ways to nitpick him.

Our country is indeed a melting pot, but that does not mean we need to bend over backward for everyone that enters here. People come to this country to assimilate to our culture and language so that they can fit in. If they do not intend to do as such then they can stay in their home country where they speak their language. This is not meant to sound rude or insensitive, but rather the facts. If anyone of us were to go to another country they would insist that we spoke their language and abide by their culture. That is exactly the same here, and it should not have to change because of liberal pansies worrying about other people’s feelings.

So, if the left does not like that then they go to another country and see how well their views are accepted.

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H/T [ Daily Mail ]

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