about an old white woman with a big head, who was born into slavery, and has become a champion of the disabled.
article article The title, from the New York Time, has not changed much since my initial tweet, but it has since been shared over 20,000 times.
That means it is in the top ten most shared stories in history.
It has garnered over 8,000 retweets, and a whopping 2,000 likes.
So that’s really a lot of engagement.
I also tweeted that it had “become a global news story,” and received over 400 retweers, which is a new record.
It’s been retweeted more than 30,000 people.
And on Tuesday, when I tweeted, “Why does the White House hate disabled people?,” I also received some comments saying that the headline should have said, “The president hates disabled people.
They are all criminals.”
But then I saw the video and I think I had to remind myself.
I think the people who have been critical of me the most are the people I work with, people who are disabled, who have worked for me for so long.
That’s why they’re the most important people in my life.
They know I care about them.
They’re the ones who care about me.
And they’ve seen the changes.
I’m proud to be a part of this movement.
So I wanted to share the video with people who care.
And then to show that the White Houses reaction to me is very much the reaction that the disabled community has to this president, and I hope to show people that the president doesn’t care about the disabled, that he cares about the rich and powerful.