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Vox “Reporter” Who “Explains the News” Mocks Donald Trump Because the Vox Kid is Too Ignorant to Understand the President’s Point

This is really absurd.

If you watch the President’s video clip, he’s talking about the lack of rural broadband in farm country, which makes it hard for modern tractors to tie into broadband necessary components of modern farming. Yes, in fact, modern tractors do connect to the internet, but cannot in rural areas where they are needed. The Vox kid thinks it is “bizarre.”

Just a few short years ago, the Obama Administration’s Department of Agriculture unveiled a new system for farmers to report agriculture data over the internet via their tractors. They can get soil conditions, etc., all of which is current manually done after farmers get off their tractors.

There are other uses for the internet on tractors as well, including greater computer controlled precision in both harvesting and planting.

But the Vox “reporter,” who lives in a city, has no idea and is mocking the President not because the President is wrong, but because the Vox “reporter” is completely ignorant of the situation.

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