We’ve been reading a lot of tweets on Elizabeth Warren and her DNA stunt but this one from Senator Orrin Hatch wins Twitter.
Heck, it might even win the Internet.
You say genealogy, I say “the people I went to high school with.”
— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) October 15, 2018
Please. Like there were “high schools” then
— Doug Stafford (@dougstafford) October 15, 2018
This editor feels like there has to be a ‘your mom’ joke here somewhere, but THIS was hilarious.
They had high schools in the 1400’s?
— tabitha ford (@TKFord1) October 15, 2018
Yes, but they did all of their homework on stone tablets.
Our good, sweet, friends on the Left couldn’t deal with Hatch’s joke – we know, you’re shocked.
I honestly cannot believe this is an official Twitter account.
— The Sassiest Semite (@LittleMissLizz) October 15, 2018
These people have NO sense of humor.
You’re regressing further back than HS. I’m glad these are archived, because no one would believe this came from a senator.
— Lynne Antonelli (@lynne_antonelli) October 15, 2018
You say "honorable, qualified, judicially flawless, tempered, impartial, fair, conservative thought leader" and I say obvious serial sex abuser and alcoholic with a vengeance.
— PablosMutual (@JonNick8) October 15, 2018
Get a life, sheesh.
— Gawd Save The U.S. (@karrebare17) October 15, 2018
Prime example of why we need term limits
— Take down Crazy Town!! ??? (@LeeAnnOwens17) October 15, 2018
Term. Limits. Now.
— Dave Buonocore (@DaveBcore) October 15, 2018
Lighten. Up. Francis.
Well, since the people you went to high school with believe in a guy that claimed to find sacred golden tablets, in a tree, only decipherable by using a magic rock, I totally understand.
— Harold (@haroldwinnike) October 15, 2018
Did you miss your meds this morning, Senator?
— B H (@mountaindawg23) October 15, 2018
They are all such a bite in the a*s. Seriously.
Imagine going through life this ticked off all of the time?
Maybe it’s something in their genealogy.