People are seriously disturbed by a weird photo antigay Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida posted to his Twitter page this week.
Yesterday, Gaetz took a break from doing whatever the hell he does during the workday to tweet a picture of himself resting his head against the bosom of Kimberly “The Best Is Yet To Come” Guilfoyle, along with the caption: “I will never take a cooler picture than this.”
But judging by people’s responses, Gaetz is perhaps the only person in the world who thinks he looks supercool in the pic…
I don’t know. This pic was pretty cool. pic.twitter.com/8LspnsDaIb
— MrJonez1 (@MrJonez1) October 22, 2020
Dude, you have problems.
— Mike James (@uwfmike) October 23, 2020
…or thirds? pic.twitter.com/AWHJTqzXWs
— Emily B (@WrenisPinkl) October 22, 2020
That’s pretty sad for you then.
— Aaron (@roneman90) October 22, 2020
— Resist (@PugLvr22) October 23, 2020
Is it just me or is this gross and totally inappropriate for a Congressman?
— QuietObserver (she/her) (@QuietObserver14) October 22, 2020
Jerry Falwell said the same thing. pic.twitter.com/Tb5mLbF7uC
— Ed Eldridge (@ed_eldridge) October 23, 2020
Eww – what is going on here. Is this your job?
— Lawyer Mom (@Buggypoop) October 22, 2020
Dude, you set yourself up too perfectly sometimes. pic.twitter.com/xRE8AL5pt0
— Will Grello (@WillGrello3) October 22, 2020
One word – SLEAZE
— Debbie (@DebbieSVA) October 22, 2020
I like these pic.twitter.com/izuEb1yxgx
— Scott Woolf (@ScottWoolf) October 22, 2020
This isn’t the first time Gaetz has exercised poor judgement in the sorts of photographs he poses for.
In April, he received criticism after being pictured wearing a gas mask on the House floor in an effort to mock coronavirus. Days later, he entered self-quarantine after being exposed to the virus.
And in August, he received criticism after a selfie of him partying with “trysexual” Roger Stone and Joel Greenberg, the former Florida tax collector charged with sex trafficking, circulated on Twitter.
Related: Rep. Matt Gaetz ripped on live TV for mocking coronavirus with gas mask