Most Punchable Face In Washington


The most shocking thing about a congressman trying to punch Matt Gaetz in his ridiculous-looking face is that it’s the first time it’s ever happened…as far as we know. And I don’t find it surprising that the attempted puncher of the most punchable face in Washington was one of Gaetz’s fellow Republicans.

Honestly, maybe Gaetz doesn’t have the MOST punchable face in Washington. He has competition from Jim Jordan, Rand Paul, and Ted Cruz. He even has stiff competition for the most punchable face in Florida from Rick Scott and Ron DeSantis.

Republicans typically behave like dehumanized troglodytes but when I see one try to physically assault Matt Gaetz, it makes me think that maybe there is some humanity in that person. And if you stayed up late Friday night, that’s what you saw… a Republican tried to attack Matt Gaetz. The greatest mystery here is, why did another Republican hold him back?

Matt Gaetz is a pathetic vile troll who tries to derail the government for attention when he’s not busy showing off naked photos of all the girls he claims he’s had sex with. If anything, the Department of Justice should have slapped Gaetz with an indictment for taking teen girls across state lines for sex.

I have two questions for you: Who do you believe has the most punchable face in Washington and, how much would you pay to slap the taste out of Matt Gaetz’s mouth?

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9 comments

  1. Wish I had stayed awake to see the near punch. Curious if the restrained puncher was another of the 147 election deniers on January 6th.
    ‘Lord of the Flies’ comes to mind.

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  2. Boebert was sitting next to Gaetz when Rogers approached and was pulled back. McCarthy had walked off but returned to the scene. Watch Boebert. Her eyes and body language are interesting … fearful. LOL. If Rogers wasn’t restrained and pulled away Lauren would have been collateral damage in the middle of the fisticuffs.

    “Can’t we all just get along!!!!”

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  3. He would just reply ” You hit like a teenage school girl, come-on do it again, I like it” and $10 buck a swing should do it, less Santos who is broke until he gets paid lol. Cheers

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  4. I don’t want to condone or encourage violence of any kind, but the depressing prelude of what is going to be a pretty horrifying two years, I’d be happy to punch McCarthy in the nuts (I’m very short, so this would be easy). What gave him the edge over Gaetz for punchability was when the SOB thanked Trump for his speakership.

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  5. As much as you slam on Indiana, you need to start including Rep. Jim Banks, R-3rd. He’s a deserving denier.

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  6. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    I know! I live in FloriDUH!! … “Matt Gaetz is a pathetic vile troll who tries to derail the government for attention when he’s not busy showing off naked photos of all the girls he claims he’s had sex with. If anything, the Department of Justice should have slapped Gaetz with an indictment for taking teen girls across state lines for sex.”

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