Susan Collins’ Fourth of July tweet blew up in her face in spectacular fashion

Susan Collins’ Fourth of July tweet blew up in her face in spectacular fashion
Susan Collins image via MSNBC.

On Saturday, Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) tweeted her concern for small businesses in Maine that are suffering because the normal Fourth of July business has been suppressed by the coronavirus pandemic:


But commenters on social media were not impressed. Many reminded her that her party has sat by as President Donald Trump made the crisis worse — and that she herself voted to acquit him of high crimes just months before.

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