Twitter reactions to stimulus checks are hilarious! Everything that could go wrong already went wrong. From an original promised $600 to a proposed $2000, and back to $600. This is followed by delayed payments across the country, where some people are getting their stimulus checks (popularly referred to as Stimmy on the social media platform) five days late. Americans are finding humor in this delicate situation.
Whenever anything is happening politically in the US, Twitter is the best place to go for some humor breaks. Here are some of the funniest Twitter reactions to stimulus checks:
Casually waiting for the stimmy
— Karen Gomez (@lovelyyyykarenn) December 30, 2020
Don’t matter as long as it’s money
$600.00 ? Don’t matter
$2,000.00 ? Don’t matter
— Ace Brav 🐐 (@Ace_Brav) December 30, 2020
— MIGI (@migi_moan) December 30, 2020
Got to e-mail these Senators
— mean_Girl (@mean_Girlll) December 30, 2020
Hidden in chocolate bars, eh?
I guess this is @senatemajldr Mitch McConnell’s plan for #COVIDrelief now that he’s blocked $2000 #StimulusChecks. The @SenateGOP needs to pass our bill and provide more much-needed relief. #CASHAct pic.twitter.com/aHJUMVLYGx
— Steve Cohen (@RepCohen) December 29, 2020
— Shariff Jones, Esq. (@Sharifflaw) January 4, 2021
Has it arrived yet?
— Sisyphus (@Sisyphus_Smiles) January 2, 2021
Only a hundred left!
To all of congress and @senatemajldr I got my $600 check and $500 of it went immediately to my health insurance. That’s why we need larger stimulus checks. To literally survive. #IRS #StimulusChecks @AOC
— Meggie (@mfreund77) January 4, 2021
A blockbuster ticket instead of a Stimmy
— Patriot Prime Reviews (@PatriotPrime73) December 30, 2020
I’ll just wait up by the ATM
— Jamal_Too_Funny (@Jamal_too_funny) January 4, 2021
They might have forgotten me, too
— Eric Willoughby (@willouej) January 4, 2021
A humorous break from this ridiculous reality
Americans: We need help paying our bills during this Global pandemic.
— Brittnei B. ✌🏼 (@bbeau92) January 2, 2021
Well, where is it?
— @hiemlaflair (@hiemlaflair) January 4, 2021
It is not enough, but it is better than nothing
— 🖤Heather L🖤 (@Heatherlynn1394) December 30, 2020