Kevin Stitt blasted after bragging about 2023 and its ‘milestones’

January 1, 2024 by No Comments

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt ended 2023 by boasting about major milestones that his administration had achieved. Taking to Twitter, Stitt claimed that it had been a busy year. Regardless of his optimism, many people disagreed with his claims and that he had actually done a poor job as governor.

Specifically, Stitt wrote: ‘2023 was a busy year in Oklahoma. We hit major economic milestones, passed historic school choice legislation, called for accountability in DEI programs, and so much more.’

Replying to this, one user named Jen Kraus said: “I am still waiting on no tax on groceries that you promised during your campaign. Also, vouchers “school choice” only help the upper class who already go to private schools and can afford it get more money to pay for it. It also gives more tax credits for the rich.”

Similarly, another user added: “Lost businesses. Others declined to come here. Made schools regressive so employers aren’t sure Oklahoma is a good place for them.”

Based on these replies, it looks like 2024 could be even busier for Stitt as there is still a lot of work to be done in the state, both socially and economically. It also highlights how people’s opinions on the same thing can differ so massively.

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