Washington Examiner

MADISON, Wis. [Washington Examiner] – Whether you’re Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, or Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., or maybe someone who is actually electorally more vulnerable, you’re in a lose-lose situation when you find yourself in front of a hostile, screaming crowd.

If you leave, you’re a coward. If you stay, the footage is used to insinuate that you’re unpopular. That’s true even if you just won re-election with 70 percent of the vote two months ago, and your hecklers are so far from normal people that they’re shouting at you about “patriarchal privilege,” as in Chaffetz’s case.

 

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