what it is to live like a poor person unless you've been a poor person.
You can have sympathy. You can care. you can be willing to "transfer wealth", but, unless you've lived it, you will never get what it is like to worry every day of your life that your kids might need something that you can't provide, let alone almost never being able to give them what they want. Or that your fever might go high enough that you won't be able to work and you'll miss a day's pay.
And no, living in your mansion on a welfare budget for a week by choice doesn't come close. Not even the same universe. It's the grinding poverty, day after day, the stress, the fear for your kids, etc.
Nor can I understand what it is to have more money than I or the next several generations of my descendants will need unless that somehow becomes my reality someday.
Seriously, is this really a controversial concept?
The expression "until you've walked a mile in my [his][her] shoes" did not become an expression for no reason.
But, Hillary and Chelsea make a couple of tone deaf comments, so we are going to deny the existence of something we once all assumed without question was true? Something most or all of us have probably said or posted or thought ourselves more than once, believing it to be true?
This is about the most ridiculous I've seen this place get.