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#BobbyJindalissowhite: Twitteratis respond to Jindal’s ‘hyphenated’ remark

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By NewsGram Staff Writer

Bobby Jindal became the ‘Twitter-Stopper’ for the day when he made hypocritic statements about being a migrated Indo-American. According to him, people who migrated from different countries to America should not be considered as ‘Hyphenated-Americans’ anymore, but simply Americans. His insecurity became a matter of public outrage when twitteratis took upon the Twitter to show their discontentment regarding his statements. All of a sudden, ‘#BobbyJindalissowhite’ started trending in Twitter and he became the butt of a few hilarious jokes. Interestingly, not just Indians but also Indo-Americans joined this trolling movement and expressed their disappointment. Some of the most shared tweets can be seen here.

 

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