Sen. Ed Markey is the Massachusetts Democrat who has persisted to flow against the more modern wing of the Democratic celebration, and the voters have rewarded him, first by defeating the peculiar Pelosi-supported simple bid by using Rep. Joe Kennedy III and then via profitable reelection to his Senate seat with a commanding 66.5% of the vote.
Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw of Texas is what passes for younger blood within the Republican party these days. His concepts, like the leisure of the Republican birthday party’s ideas, are stale and unpopular, which has resulted in the RNC assisting rig his booklet income and a public relations branch that gets him on various information shops whenever they can. With Markey’s victory Crenshaw went to his social media platform to write down this eloquent missive: “What a horrible and intentional insult to the legacy of JFK. Why did Massachusetts re-go with this person?” Markey replied and not using a words, and Crenshaw was toast.
Markey posted a picture of Crenshaw’s Houston “district.” I put “district” in prices, because appear at it. Crenshaw, like many Republicans, has been capable of grasp elected workplace, giving conservatives an overrepresentation in workplace on account of intense gerrymandering, or rigging of the district maps.
With that tweet, Markey received the internets. The responses were a convincing yes!
and some enjoyable times.
And a brief visible explainer of how Crenshaw is an elected professional.
And there have been people there to help Crenshaw cope with this harsh loss.
And a reminder that Markey’s social media squad has been bringing the Massachusetts senator as much as velocity for a while.