I don't know who Pete Hegseth is hanging out with at diners across the country, but if they're talking about the Bible, standing for the national anthem, and the 10th Amendment, you can bet Hegseth is the one that brought it up.
February 28, 2021

I don't know who Pete Hegseth is hanging out with at diners across the country, but if they're talking about the Bible, standing for the national anthem and the 10th Amendment, you can bet Hegseth is the one that brought it up.

Hegseth, like many of his Fox counterparts was one of the speakers at this year's wingnut fest, otherwise known as the Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, and used this as some supposed shot at liberal "elites."

The responses on Twitter were golden.

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