Who wouldnt take the opportunity to pose alongside a top politician?Apparently, a bunch of eighth graders from New Jersey.
Students fromSouth Orange Middle School kicked off their Memorial Day Weekend with a school trip to Washington, DC on Friday, May 26.
Paul Ryan eagerly welcomed their arrival. The students, however,did not return the gesture.
The speaker of the house took to Instagram to share that #FridayFeeling with a fist pump emoji. However, those eighth graders were not too into it.
Mashable reported that close to 100 of the students declined the offer to pose for a photo alongside Ryan, so Im sure that definitely killed the #FridayFeeling vibe.
According to the site, the #FridayFeeling picture is the group of remaining students who accepted the photo invitation. Those who declined waited in a nearby parking lot.
Student Louisa Maynard-Parisi spoke with The Village Greenand said, I didnt want to be in [the picture] because he believes in most of what Trump believes in.
School Librarian Elissa Elliott Malespina took to Facebook to share how proud she was of her son for declining the photo opportunity.
Many refused and were glad their children refused the snap because of Ryans support of a budget that would harm public education and leave millions without health care.
Lets take a look at the other side of the equation.
Here we have the hunky, hunky Justin Trudeau.
Movie star good looks aside, the Canadian prime ministeris an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, proper education for his nations little ones, support for the middle class, and on and on and on.
So naturally, when he ran through the park while a group of high school students were taking their prom photos, they all needed a selfie with him (and were, of course, extremely jealous).
Naturally, we areboth Team Justin.
Sorry to rub Justin Trudeaus popularity in your face, Paul Ryan. Better luck next time.
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