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Americans Disgusted by $600 COVID Checks Push ‘#LetThemEatCake’ into Twitter Trends

If these public servants are keeping their finger on the pulse of the nation, they won’t dare gloat about the bill later the afternoon. 

For members of the US Congress, Monday was not a good morning to be looking through their Twitter feed.

That’s because the internet was very unhappy with the elected officials of America, who spent month after month arguing about how best to keep the people from being financially harmed by the coronavirus pandemic, only to issue a neutered stimulus bill with only $600 direct payments.

Social media users spent much of the day explaining why the sum was completely unacceptable, and their rhetoric reeked of revolution.

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Soon, users were swapping out their cake-cutting for head rolling.

If these public servants are keeping their finger on the pulse of the nation, they won’t dare gloat about the bill later the afternoon.

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