Lawmakers and their aides can now order alcohol to their offices, because THAT is what America needed

In yet another of the many perks of being an elected official in Nancy Pelosi’s House of Representatives, lawmakers are now able to order beer, wine and liquor for delivery to their offices on Capitol Hill, a service that will likely be heavily used by congressional lushes.

The new service is available through the House’s caterer Sodexo which also operates cafeterias in the Capitol Hill complex housing the privileged and pampered members of America’s political elite and could provide essential relief during late-night legislative sessions.

Intrepid Fox News reporter Chad Pergram who covers Congress was the first to break the news, taking to Twitter on Friday to inform Americans that their representatives have taken measures to ensure that they won’t go thirsty during their long and tiresome workdays.

“The filibuster is fine. But liquor is quicker.” Pergram tweeted. “Fox has learned that lawmakers and aides can now order beer, wine and hard liquor directly to their offices.

“This is through the new caterer on the House side of Capitol Hill, Sodexo.”

“Wine and beer was often available at catered receptions on Capitol Hill. But now booze can go directly to a Member’s office,” he added. “And, they can order in bulk.”

“Fox is told that this can be paid with private money or a campaign funds,” a detail that may not go down smoothly with constituents of the House lawmakers.

According to the service’s website which has an order page for the US House of Representatives titled “Drinks on Demand,” there are options for same-day liquor delivery with beer available 24 hours around the clock; there is also an option for “bulk orders” of drinks “by the case.”

Prices for popular beverages include Jack Daniels Whiskey and Makers Mark Bourbon for $35 a bottle, Johnnie Walker Red Scotch for $25 a bottle, Tanqueray Gin at $23 a bottle and 1800 Silver Tequila at $30 a bottle.

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Beer prices include Sam Adams Wicked Hazy IPA at $42 per case, Michelob Ultra at $35 per case, Victory Golden Monkey at $50 per case and Busch Light for $24 per case.

A variety of wines, seltzers and mixers are also available for delivery.

Not surprisingly, the news drew a spirited reaction from Twitter users.

Additionally, House staffers who were just given a pay increase will also reportedly receive free Peloton memberships on behalf of Pelosi and taxpayers.

The House liquor service takes Democrats and their leaders being drunk on power to an entirely new level but Ted Kennedy would definitely approve.

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