Critics slammed Representative Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican, over a House Judiciary GOP tweet claiming COVID-19 booster vaccine shots don’t work.
Jordan is the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, and the official Twitter account for the GOP members of the committee shared a controversial post on Thursday regarding COVID-19 booster shots. “If the booster shots work, why don’t they work?” the tweet asked.
Many quickly attacked the tweet and called out Jordan for allowing it to be posted. The conservative lawmaker also retweeted the post, which some critics noted as they warned against the misinformation being spread by the Republican Twitter account.
“Even *Trump* now realizes that killing off your own base is probably not a great long-term strategy. But apparently Jim Jordan and his clones on the House Judiciary GOP don’t seem to mind the deaths,” political commentator…