America’s dumbest Republican Congressman

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Judson Phillips

America’s dumbest Republican Congressman.

Regrettably the Democrats do not have a monopoly on stupid
Congressmen.  It is an almost monopoly, as Democrats like Maxine Waters and
Frederica Wilson lower the bar almost daily.  But there is a Republican
Congressman who has taken stupidity to a new level.

 

Who is it?

 

Steve Chabot of Ohio.

 

On August 22, Chabot held a town hall meeting.  He held the meeting at a public school
and Chabot’s staff ordered police to confiscate cell phone cameras.

 

Here is the video.

 

 

 

I don’t know any other way to put this.  Chabot is a
moron.  First, you cannot confiscate the property of a private citizen without a
warrant or some other due process.  Second, and I will type this slowly just in
case Chabot is reading this so he will understand this.  PHOTOGRAPHY IS NOT A
CRIME.

 

If you go in public, you can expect to be
photographed and recorded on video.  Perhaps Chabot should go back and read the
Constitution.

 

A call to Congressman Chabot’s office in Washington
referred TPN to Chabot’s spokesman in his District office.  Repeated calls to
that office were not answered, as the line remained busy.

 

Perhaps the call the Congressman should get is a call
to learn what the Bill of Rights guarantees or a call to get out of his
job.

can Congressman.

Regrettably the Democrats do not have a monopoly on stupid
Congressmen.  It is an almost monopoly, as Democrats like Maxine Waters and
Frederica Wilson lower the bar almost daily.  But there is a Republican
Congressman who has taken stupidity to a new level.

 

Who is it?

 

Steve Chabot of Ohio.

 

On August 22, Chabot held a town hall meeting.  He held the meeting at a public school
and Chabot’s staff ordered police to confiscate cell phone cameras.

 

Here is the video.

 

 

 

I don’t know any other way to put this.  Chabot is a
moron.  First, you cannot confiscate the property of a private citizen without a
warrant or some other due process.  Second, and I will type this slowly just in
case Chabot is reading this so he will understand this.  PHOTOGRAPHY IS NOT A
CRIME.

 

If you go in public, you can expect to be
photographed and recorded on video.  Perhaps Chabot should go back and read the
Constitution.

 

A call to Congressman Chabot’s office in Washington
referred TPN to Chabot’s spokesman in his District office.  Repeated calls to
that office were not answered, as the line remained busy.

 

Perhaps the call the Congressman should get is a call
to learn what the Bill of Rights guarantees or a call to get out of his
job.

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Aug 25, 2011
6:52 pm
#1 TonyT :

Couldn’t agree more. Wish us Progressives and Tea Partiers could talk more. I bet we have more in common then we think. What if we combined efforts on mutually ageed bad spending.

Oct 19, 2012
1:28 pm
#2 Patrick :

Almost a Democratic monopoly? Todd Akin, Paul Broun, Joe Walsh, Michele Bachmann, Loy Mauch, Jon Hubbard . . . . .

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