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Congressional Reporter Tweets About House Democrat Caucus Call-Hilarity Ensues

The Washington Post’s Congressional Reporter Erica Werner’s tweets about the House Democrat caucus meeting is comedy gold.

I look for ways to laugh, and this Washington Post Congressional Reporter’s tweets about the House Democrat caucus meeting is definitely comedy gold. Especially because of today’s announcements about the election, and because it’s Friday, we could all use an endorphin boost.

First of all, Congressional Reporter Erica Werner’s shorthand tweets read like she’s exasperated that she has to cover this meeting at all. I feel you boo, I get exasperated at having to talk about the junk WaPo spews out on a daily basis, so we’re sympatico.

With all the pity-poor-us turmoil that happened on that call, I have no doubt it must have been torture. But hey, that’s why she gets paid the big bucks.

Spanberger on the Dem caucus call: We lost races we shouldn’t have lost.

Defund police almost cost me my race bc of an attack ad.

Don’t say socialism ever again.

Need to get back to basics.

(Is yelling.) — Erica Werner (@ericawerner) November 5, 2020

Werner tweets are cryptic, and sound best when read with a “Caveman” voice.

She led with Abigail Spanberger (VA-07) who barely maintained her seat, and was loaded for bear.

“Don’t say socialism ever again. Need to get back to basics. (Is yelling.)”

Oops—hope AOC was not on that call. And wow, yelling. You mad, sis? If getting back to basics means actually caring for your constituents more than you care for “the planet” or collectivism, then yeah—cause they mad too, and they showed it by almost replacing you.

Werner tweets Spanberger’s conclusion to her rant:

If we run this race again we will get fucking torn apart again in 2022, Spanberger says — Erica Werner (@ericawerner) November 5, 2020

No doubt about that.

Then Werner tweets Pelosi’s response:

Pelosi comes back on and says she disagrees, they won the House and…

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