It sounds like Steven Crowder slapped down Rashida Tlaib for blocking him on Twitter, which, ironically, had been ruled unconstitutional against Trump when he did it!
Now that there is funny.
Here’s what happened from the Blaze:
Blaze Media host Steven Crowder’s lawyer, Bill Richmond, revealed Wednesday that Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) was required to unblock Crowder on Twitter this week.
Crowder discovered that Tlaib blocked him on Twitter and took issue with the idea, since it is apparently contrary to a recent federal court ruling.
In July, a federal court ruled that President Donald Trump could not block his critics on Twitter. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan upheld a lower court judge’s ruling that said Trump violates the Constitution when he blocks critics.
Richmond reached out via email to Tlaib’s office over the weekend over the apparent blocking of his client.
Apparently they responded within two hours, and caved completely.
A man identified as Andy, and who referred to himself in the message as the Tlaib camp’s senior policy counsel, responded, “@scrowder is no longer blocked from accessing @RashidaTlaib.”
LOL! I know, I know, it’s a small thing, but if they want to make these stupid rules, they can’t be upset when we play by them too! Good for Crowder.