Apologies in advance for the less than family fare to follow. It is a fact of modern day political reporting that covering Republicans means violating decency.
Andrew Kaczynski at BuzzFeed busted a new Jeb Bush techie hire for deleting old tweets soon after Time first spilled the hire beans on Monday.
Ethan Czahor has been hired by a Republican who clearly didn’t vet him first or didn’t care (Sen. John McCain redux), so you can guess the nature of the tweets. Female art majors are sluts, but science majors are uglier sluts, gay men want him at the gym, and an array of general disrespect for women typically found on total-losers-who-can’t-get-a-woman’s Twitter accounts.
Ethan Czahor, co-founder of the now defunct Hipster.com, has been hired by former Governor of Florida and brother to the guy who crashed the economy after invading Iraq on a lie, Jeb Bush.
Here are reportedly a few of his tweets from BuzzFeed:
Okay, and just so you know, Ethan really hates how everyone wants him including not just the ugly sluts but the gays. This is why he burps at the gym:
Then we got a few tweets that reveal the inner workings of Ethan’s sex life, in which he believes that all women fake it:
That’s just a taste, BuzzFeed has more in case you haven’t eaten yet. All of this is to say that there is obviously no Republican war on women; Rather, there is a Republican war on decency and humanity, which has caused a regression back to frat party days for too many Republicans.
This explains the failure to vet. Or perhaps not. Jeb is a Bush, after all, and they are not known for their careful thinking or good judgment. Perhaps he’s carrying on his brother’s legacy.
This Ethan guy is the new chief technology officer for Jeb Bush’s Right to Rise PAC to run for President of the United States. Maybe he’ll get a job in the White House if Bush wins! That would be fun. Republicans “pal around” with the best people.
Update 10:22 PM: He deleted them because he no longer finds them funny. So there:
— Ethan Czahor (@czahor) February 9, 2015
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