After getting his clock cleaned last week during a hearing in the House when he badgered Dr. Anthony Fauci about having to wear a protective mask, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) was up to his old tricks again on Monday, asking on Twitter “how many masks” Americans should wear this week.
The question is similar to ones Jordan asked of Facui on Thursday, as he childishly ranted about efforts to mitigate spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus, angrily declaring:
“Americans haven’t been able to go to church. Even today, when they go to church, they’re limited to the size of worshippers who can meet. Your right to assemble ― oh my goodness.”
Eventually, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) wound up telling Jordan to “shut your mouth.”
But despite being shown up by both Fauci and Waters, Jordan couldn’t resist this sarcastic tweet on Monday morning:
How many masks are we supposed to wear this week?
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) April 19, 2021
Sigh. Really, congressman? This is your idea of witty repartee? Denying science is a game to you? If so, it’s no wonder karma keeps coming around and taking a nasty bite out of you.
Oh, its an easy formula.
Count the number of students in your care whose sexual assault claims you covered up, and divide by 6.
— Steve Hofstetter (@SteveHofstetter) April 19, 2021
When you receive your medical degree, let us know. Until then, shut up gym. We believe you’ll be in jail soon. Cant wait to see what comes out.
— Resistance Amarillo (@ResistanceAma) April 19, 2021
This is just another example that @Jim_Jordan is a f**king moron… https://t.co/uETIOarhnk
— Michael P. Redlich (@mpredli) April 19, 2021
I don’t know, but I know a Representative is supposed to be working for their constituents and not posting stupid stuff on Twitter.
— CStein (@CStein28570817) April 19, 2021
For you? A full-face mask that prevents the wearer from talking.
— Bryan 🇺🇸 (@swimmerbr78) April 19, 2021
Just shove one way deep into your mouth. That should be enough to get you to shut up.
— Steve (@BroomallSteve) April 19, 2021
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