A moderator from NBC News affiliate KSNT in Topeka, Kansas, called out a local politician, and Twitter is here for it. It all started when Republican Congressman Roger Marshall, who is running for Senate, ignored the news channel’s invitations.
"I would encourage any person over the age of 65 or with an underlying medical condition to talk to their own physician about taking hydroxychloroquine," said Rep. Roger Marshall (R-KS)
In "Stupid Republican caught making up statistics" news of the day, Roger Marshall tells Willie Geist that ten terrorists and forty criminals "try" to enter the United States every day at the southern border.
Republican Congressman from Kansas Roger Marshall can't believe anyone would ask him where he got his numbers on how many "terrorists and criminals" are trying to cross the southern border, DAILY.
Dr. Barber was unimpressed with Rep. Marshall's remarks about poor people and health care.
Dr. William Barber was plain about Congressman Marshall's comments. He did not hold back.
This is literally the worst argument against Medicaid expansion I've ever heard. From a doctor.
The congressman's campaign asked reporters to leave his event after it became apparent it wasn't going to be a good night for them.
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