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Flashback: Remember when Sen. Kyrsten Sinema broke the Senate's dress code?

AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana

As Twitchy reported earlier, thanks to an order Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer has issued to the Senate Sargeant at Arms, Sen. John Fetterman can wander down the aisles of the Senate wearing his gym clothes, now that the dress code has been relaxed. Fetterman did manage to put on a suit for his official Senate portrait, so we know he owns one. But as recent videos and photographs show, Fetterman prefers to come to the office wearing his trademark hoodie and gym shorts, like a 14-year-old playing pick-up basketball. Now he can enter the Senate chamber without having to change.

This reminds me of a post I did a couple of years ago when Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema was caught on camera presiding over the Senate wearing a denim vest.

C-SPAN social media senior specialist Jeremy Art posted a clip:

Jim Swift, senior editor of The Bulwark, which is dedicated to conserving conservatism, thought Sinema ought to be ashamed.


Washington Post congressional reporter Paul Kane took a photo of the dress code and posted it.

We think this sign was addressed to reporters, who were still supposed to wear business attire.

The outrage carried over into the following day, when Ana Navarro of "The View" decided to explain how Sinema's denim vest was racist.

Confirmed by MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle:

Something tells us Sinema's politics played into the faux outrage over a denim vest. Fetterman can dress like he just got out of gym class and everyone seems cool with it.





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