The Republican Congressman, who filed a lawsuit over masks final week, exams constructive for COVID this week

Rep. Ralph Norman alongside Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene pretending to be a Miami Vice perk

Republican representation. South Carolina’s Ralph Norman was on the news a little over a week ago when he and two other Republicans in Congress announced they were suing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi over a masking mandate that required everyone in the House of Representatives to cover her panting. Rep. Norman was flanked by bats in Rep’s bell tower. Marjorie Taylor Greene from Georgia and Thomas Massie from Kentucky, who presented legal arguments for the mask mandate “Was used to force the plaintiffs and other members of the minority party to be instruments to encourage public adherence to this ideological position which the plaintiffs believe to be unacceptable.” As with all ironies, the irony went from three television vampires like Norman , Greene and Massie, who complained about political theater, lost to the Republicans.

When dealing with hypocrisy and irony in the GOP sphere, one always has to put on their karmic seat belts. Buckle up and off you go: one of these congressmen will do their jobs from the comfort of a quarantine bunker. He tested positive for COVID-19, according to Rep. Ralph Norman. According to Norman – a grain of salt and all that – he has been “fully vaccinated” since February but started “experiencing mild symptoms” on Thursday morning. He says that “luckily”, since he was vaccinated, his “symptoms remain mild”.

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