While you were having a nice Valentine's Day, @AOC decided to put her boyfriend on staff - drawing a salary on the taxpayer's dime. Nice to see her adapting to the swamp so quickly. pic.twitter.com/bvncwzxY53— Luke Thompson (@ltthompso) February 15, 2019
Unclear at what title or pay grade he was hired as he isn't in Legistorm yet. But it's a bad look. pic.twitter.com/yUbRPik4Vt— Luke Thompson (@ltthompso) February 15, 2019
Actually this cal designation is a permission so he can have access to my Google Cal. Congressional spouses get Gcal access all the time.— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) February 15, 2019
Next time check your facts before you tweet nonsense.
He’s not your spouse. Is he being paid? At what level? It says “staff” not spouse or boyfriend.— Luke Thompson (@ltthompso) February 15, 2019
Furthermore he doesn’t appear to be in any groups and the House doesn’t use Google. Are you giving him access to your official calendar? Why does he have his own email address?
I’d also like to know, if he’s not a government employee, in what capacity he’s doing government work. Are you having campaign volunteers handle duties in your official office?— Luke Thompson (@ltthompso) February 15, 2019
You’re both lying. https://t.co/LO0c2KUryP— Luke Thompson (@ltthompso) February 15, 2019
Ocasio-Cortez calling in her twitter goon squad to suppress information she doesn’t like seems newsy.— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) February 15, 2019
Well, we already know that @Jack said that @Twitter couldn;t afford to be neutral any longer. Not that anybody at Twitter would be willing to confirm that AOC's office had something to do with it, but I'd love to know as well. Of course, she'll deny it.— G (@TCC_Grouchy) February 15, 2019
Either AOC's rabid fans are abusing the system or the system itself is garbage and corrupt, because this is actually newsworthy and it beggars belief that it could be a suspension-worthy offense. https://t.co/QpG09w5rIK— Esoteric Jeff (@EsotericCD) February 15, 2019
So to recap, a member of the public asked @AOC why her boyfriend is listed as staff in a public document and Twitter locked him out for asking. Don't be impertinent to powerful public officials on Twitter, folks! https://t.co/uLcg6RhZJ9— Kyle Smith (@rkylesmith) February 15, 2019
Luke Thompson was in clear violation of Twitter’s “don’t make life harder for AOC” policy— Allahpundit (@allahpundit) February 15, 2019
I'm back everybody! pic.twitter.com/l7m4swoTcy— Luke Thompson (@ltthompso) February 15, 2019