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Rep. Thomas Massie posted a 2015 video of Washington, D.C., Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton parking poorly near the Capitol in an escalating Twitter feud between the two lawmakers.
The Kentucky Republican recently wrote on Twitter that his office “will not comply” with Washington, D.C.’s vaccine mandate to enter some public spaces, such as restaurants and entertainment venues.
The article goes on to state the following:
Norton, who represents the district as a delegate in the House, as the city is not a state, responded she would provide sandwiches for Massie’s staff who are vaccinated but “afraid they’ll get fired if they order in.”
See the social media feud below, concluding with the wild parking video from a 2015 incident.
I will provide sandwiches this weekend to members of @RepThomasMassie‘s staff who’re vaxxed + boosted but afraid they’ll get fired if they order in.
If that description fits you and you’re hungry, DM me and my staff will be in touch.
DC has your back. https://t.co/n2ExGXHesS
— Eleanor #DCStatehood Holmes Norton (@EleanorNorton) January 15, 2022
Would you like a sandwich too, @RepThomasMassie?
You’ll feel better after you eat. There’s even a word for feeling grumpy when you’re hungry: Hangry.
There, there. It’s going to be okay. https://t.co/4jw3wvAKbZ
— Eleanor #DCStatehood Holmes Norton (@EleanorNorton) January 17, 2022
— Eleanor #DCStatehood Holmes Norton (@EleanorNorton) January 16, 2022
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) January 17, 2022
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