Big John may like wearing shorts to work, but don’t accuse him of putting his hands in the wrong place.
Democratic Sen. John Fetterman mocked Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., for her vape-and-grope date night and poked fun at Republican outrage over his casual attire — all in one tweet.
The hulking Fetterman scoffed at GOP anger over the Senate loosening its dress code while they stay crickets over Boebert’s R-rated drama.
“I figure if I take up vaping and grabbing the hog during a live musical, they’ll make me a folk hero,” Fetterman tweeted, apparently referring to his private parts.
Fetterman hit the news over the weekend when Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer scrapped the body’s unwritten dress code requiring male senators to wear business attire on the floor.
That shift amounted to a green light for the 6-foot-8 man from blue collar Braddock, Pennsylvania to sport his favored shorts-and-hoodie look in the august body.
Republicans reacted with outrage over the lack of decorum, which they called a sartorial race to the bottom and worse.
But Fetterman hit back hard.
He socked Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Georgia, for flashing naked pics of Hunter Biden at a House hearing even while she gins up outrage over his wearing shorts to work.
Fetterman then turned his social media ire on Boebert.
The recently divorced far right-wing Colorado lawmaker, who claims to be a promoter of traditional values, was caught on tape vaping inside a Denver theater during a performance of “Beetlejuice.” She appeared to fondle her date’s genitals after he grabbed her breasts during the family-friendly performance.