Out of touch Dems Wasserman Schultz, Jackson Lee hobnob at Grammys: ‘Tax-payer or lobbyist funded trip?’

Feckless Democrats in Congress might find something else to do when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu comes to Washington, but they wouldn’t miss hanging with the glitterati at Sunday night’s Grammys.

As this Twitter picture shows, two of the House’s nuttier Dems, Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas and Democrat National Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz of South Florida managed to find time to rub elbows with the richer and famous while no doubt promoting their party’s empty “income inequality” message.

While President Obama contented himself with a video message, these champions of the oppressed found time to turn out themselves.

Sharp-eyed Twitter users took note — and couldn’t help wondering who was paying for it.

The odd part is, neither appears to be having much fun.

Jackson Lee might have just heard Beyonce was going to lose “Album of the Year” to white guy Beck.

(Wasserman Schultz simply looks stoned.)

Others are asking who footed the bill.

They’re Democrats. Anybody want to guess?

 

Joe Saunders

Joe Saunders, a 25-year newspaper veteran, is a staff writer and editor for BizPac Review who lives in Tallahassee and covers capital and Florida politics. Email Joe at [email protected].

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59 thoughts on “Out of touch Dems Wasserman Schultz, Jackson Lee hobnob at Grammys: ‘Tax-payer or lobbyist funded trip?’

  1. flamengo1265 says:

    They’re all about that middle class……..this country has really fallen into the toilet, not because of them, but because of the morons who vote for these self-serving posers.

    1. Doug says:

      They’re all about that bass…

  2. setemfree says:

    All tax deductible. Including the 5 star hotel, meals and airline fair all paid for by we the people. You don’t have to believe me, check out there income tax statements.

    1. Doug says:

      You have access to THEIR income tax statements?

      1. setemfree says:

        I am sure it is a matter of public knowledge.

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