“sitting on a couch to protest climate change” is too perfect a parody of progressive activism https://t.co/pkbe944utc
— Promo Code: Rudy (@canderaid) July 25, 2022
Kids, these days. The kid who sent the tweet works for Cori Bush, and he had himself a busy day:
This morning, 5 of my coworkers and I were arrested for peacefully protesting in @SenSchumer’s office. Amid record heat waves & worsening climate disasters, we called on the Majority Leader to pass climate policy as a matter of urgency. His office called the police. pic.twitter.com/yaw02mKILO
— esp✨ (@emmasage__) July 25, 2022
WE’RE OUT! We, Hill staff, did something outside the box because we need Schumer and Biden to do something outside the box.
We are acting on the emergency basis this moment requires in hopes they will too. We have no other choice, we’ve tried everything. We won’t give up. pic.twitter.com/LLJq3vnk1z
— Saul (@saaaauuull) July 25, 2022
While getting paid, and while not doing anything for the people in St Louis who need help with an immigration case, or a lost veterans check, or who need money to repair a collapsing bridge
You know, the work you do when you’re not on committee staff, but in a member’s office https://t.co/kWYjKWDd7V
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) July 25, 2022
Rep. Bush won’t leash him in — his performative activism fits her style — and he’s getting much tweet-comment luuuurve from the predictable suspects.
Ten years from now, assuming the usual trajectory, he’ll be making big money on the Wingnut Wurltizer circuit explaining how ‘I didn’t leave the Democrat Party, they left me’…