During Moment Of Silence For Texas Victims, Democrat Rep. Makes DISGUSTING Statement

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Democratic Congressman Ted Lieu did the unthinkable and walked out of a moment of silence for Texas victims on Monday, according to Fox News.

The liberal representative later said in a video posted to Facebook that he’s “been to too many moments of silence.”

He went on to politicize the event, calling for gun control, “including a universal background check law supported by 80 percent of Americans, a ban on assault rifles and a ban on bump stocks”—none of which would have stopped the Texas shooter from obtaining a weapon, by the way.

Here’s the video:

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In his very short time in Congress, Lieu has earned a reputation for being especially mean and exclamatory.

Just last week, he referred to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders as a “dumb as a rock.”

Lieu has also lashed out at Ivanka Trump on Twitter in the past, driving the president’s daughter and White House advisor to block him on social media.

Earlier this year, Lieu also made headlines when he posted a photo of himself wearing a Trump Putin ’16 t-shirt.

The tweet was meant to serve as an announcement that he’d adopted a dog but, well, it’s clear what message he was really trying to send.

MKK is a writer and vlogger from Chicago. She's a graduate of the University of Iowa, recovering political operative, and devout Catholic.

3 COMMENTS

  1. What a mean person. He has no right to talk to Sarah or Ivaaka. I don’t know saying that Sarah I is dumb as a box of rocks and treating people as mean As he does seems like he may be paving his way right out of the white house.

  2. Bless his heart ❤️ he has a little boys bed now we can relate where bullies come from,little bitty boys that haven’t grown up yet and still have their bunk beds,so cute!

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