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The stupid marches on: Georgia Democrats demand FBI investigate Brian Kemp’s wardrobe

There’s stupid, and then there’s this.  On Friday, the official Twitter account for the Georgia Democrat Party called on the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security to investigate Governor-elect Brian Kemp’s wardrobe.

“BREAKING: Georgia Democrats Launch ⁩ & GBI Investigation Into ⁦⁩ Wardrobe; Actual Evidence Presented Shows Major Fashion Breach.”

Twitchy speculated that it may be because Kemp’s jacket was buttoned during the interview in question.

Reaction to the tweet was, well, predictable:

This doesn’t look like a parody account to us, but let’s face it, the Democrats have become a parody unto themselves.

https://twitter.com/jetpack/status/1066071816479928330

For what? Buttoning his jacket?

https://twitter.com/jetpack/status/1066130186763214848

Trivial indeed.

Twitchy observed the obvious: “No wonder Kemp won.”

If this is what the Democrat Party is reduced to, we agree.  Even if this silly tweet was intended to be a “joke.”

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