Marco Rubio tries to return for Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez however is torn aside underneath the burden of the info
First, Ocasio-Cortez dropped this bomb of truth on the laziest of the privileged class: Republican officials.
These conservative senators don't seem to understand that for most of my adult life I've had a physically difficult job in the working class with no good health care.
I bring this work ethic to Congress and my ward. They sit around in leather armchairs all day.
– Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) December 3, 2020
And the midget Rubio was silent. So Ocasio-Cortez explained these truths that we all think are self-evident:
Republicans love to poke fun at the fact that I used to be a waitress, but we all know if they ever had to do a double they'd be the ones crying in the walk-in fridge in the middle of their first shift when someone yelled at them because they brought Selters when they wanted to sparkle
– Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) December 4, 2020
Rest raw. About 13 hours later, the smallest person in Florida history, Rubio stepped forward with this big story and tweeted, "Sorry for the late reply. Was busy this week helping a Floridian get travel documents to see his dying sister, a high school girl whose mother died, receive SSI benefits, a specialist on a kid with a crazy Obamacare deductible and the Negotiation of a secret service law and another round of PPP. "Is that all true? Perhaps. Rubio doesn't have a good track record of telling the truth about his actions, feelings, ideas, or anything.
Unlike Ocasio-Cortez, Rubio's attempts to steal the quicksand of moral bankruptcy didn't go so well. The high deductible blow is also valuable when someone comes whose sole legislator was to give tax breaks to the people who levy the deductibles.
If you were concerned about what high deductibles do to people, you'd support a health care reform that would get rid of them like a single payer. Bastard
– libby watson (@libbycwatson) December 4, 2020
And some logistics.
I know half of these things were done by your co-workers. not you personally.
But seriously @marcorubio, if your job is too difficult, step aside for someone who really wants to help people.
– Michael Drake (@ mikedrake178) December 4, 2020
And then, unfortunately, a more realistic suggestion of what Rubio's tweet really shows.
Sorry for the late reply.
I had to check with my staff what they could come up with as I have no idea what I've done.
I wake up, find a Bible verse to tweet, and my day is over.
It has been fixed for you.
– Tammy (@Melojett) December 4, 2020
And what that means for his constituents in the short and long term.
And as a reminder, Senator Marco Rubio missed the most votes by a Senator in Florida in 50 years ahead of his embarrassing defeat by Donald Trump in 2015.