Stupid lying is their defining characteristic:
The Twitter account belonging to Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee posted and deleted a tweet that read, “If the booster shots work, why don’t they work?”
The tweet was posted on Thursday and deleted on Friday after it was widely ridiculed. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is the leading Republican on the Judiciary Committee. In November, he revealed he had Covid-19 in the summer and refused to say if he is vaccinated.
Almost verbatim, the deleted tweet echoed a false anti-vaccine post from right-wing provocateur Charlie Kirk on the platform earlier in the week. “If the vaccine works, then why doesn’t it work?”
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If the vaccine works, then why doesn’t it work?
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) December 27, 2021
The booster shots work, why don’t House Republicans? https://t.co/pdK3jYKS1v
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) December 31, 2021