The name “Masshole” was tailor-made for people like Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton, who has decided to take the high road after the Las Vegas shooting by refusing to participate in a moment of silence to honor the victims:
As after #Orlando, I will NOT be joining my colleagues in a moment of silence on the House Floor that just becomes an excuse for inaction.
— Seth Moulton (@sethmoulton) October 2, 2017
A real class act, this guy.
Because showing respect for the dead is so controversial.
Get it together. https://t.co/Bd2HPlmmue
— ?The?Foo? (@PolitiBunny) October 2, 2017
It's just a sign of respect. Mind boggling how you politicize that.
— KGB Hacker Kim in NH (@kimsposies) October 2, 2017
Respect, but seriously every victim deserves a moment in silence. One of those victims could have been in your corner at one time.Stand tall
— Katy Green (@KatyGreen1234) October 2, 2017
Someone who can’t show respect for the dead is cold hearted and evil. What a shame. It’s a sad, SAD world we live in now. ?
— M A R Y A N A (@Lp_Maryana) October 2, 2017
This was a moment to reflect on the murdered and injured, but in typical sickening lib fashion, you chose to be a despicable opportunist.
— SpartanAlum (@MrsW101495) October 2, 2017
You can't spare one moment??? You are a cold-blooded poli
— Patsy Garzik (@PGarzik) October 2, 2017
What a scumbag you are.
— Susan_Wright (@SweetieWalker) October 2, 2017
That’s because your a bad human being. Your political party and its agenda is your first and foremost allegiance.
— meatloaf jebus (@darthhartup) October 2, 2017
This Massachusetts voter is thoroughly ashamed and embarrassed of you. When are you up for re-election?
— Nancie (@JustNancieP) October 2, 2017
And Democrats wonder why they keep losing.
— Deplorable Dave (@imdav2u) October 2, 2017