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Behold Marco Rubio’s Terrible, Horrible, No-Good Very Bad Morning on Twitter

Behold Marco Rubio’s Terrible, Horrible, No-Good Very Bad Morning on Twitter

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) is having a really hard time coping with President Donald Trump’s Friday loss at the United States Supreme Court, and so he turned to Twitter to air his list of grievances. It did not go well for him.

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Rubio’s first tweet on Saturday morning contained a creepy Bible verse referencing the female anatomy.

“’Most blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb.’ Luke 1:42,” the Senator posted.

The internet quickly pounced on Trump-supporting Rubio’s sanctimonious hypocrisy.

Less than half an hour later, Rubio returned to all but demand to speak to the manager about how “the left” permitted the Supreme Court to rule on reproductive rights and marriage equality but not on Trump’s seditious coup to destroy American democracy.

“According to the left & their partners in the legacy media, the Supreme Court was the appropriate place to legalize abortion & redefine marriage, but it has no business taking up claims regarding a presidential election,” he wrote.

Naturally, Twitter was not going to allow Rubio’s medieval-minded meltdown to go unchecked.

In what year is Rubio living?

Things became even messier in the early afternoon when Rubio resurfaced a third time to brag about all of his accomplishments within the last seven days. A COVID-19 relief bill was not among them, but at least Israel can sleep soundly knowing that Rubio has its back.

“This week alone I got 2 meaningful laws passed in Congress,” Rubio gloated. “My Corporate Transparency Act goes after anonymous shell corporations, often used for money laundering, sex trafficking & terror. My U.S.-Israel Security Act authorizes $3.3 billion annually to help Israel defend itself.”

According to the Worldometer COVID-19 Tracker, 304,681 Americans have died from the coronavirus. Florida boasts the third-highest death count in the United States and the seventeenth largest in the world – 19,785 at the time of this publication.

Rubio has done virtually nothing to help the residents of his state. Thus, his self-congratulatory tweet was not appreciated, to say the very least.

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