Classy Gen Z Florida Rep screams ‘F**k Ron DeSantis!’ at ‘Paramore’ concert

In the latest example of the undignified conduct of the new breed of generation AOC congressional Democrats, a House newbie who is seeking to make a name for himself shouted profanities about Florida Governor Ron DeSantis after being invited onstage during a concert by the rock band Paramore.

During a show at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. on Friday, the band’s lead singer Hayley Williams welcomed Rep. Maxwell Frost (D-Fla.) to join the band in a shout-out to the “first Gen Z congressman” and the pride of Orlando didn’t disappoint when it came to showing that he is as uncouth and disrespectful as the rest of the up-and-coming young class of left-wing diaper dumpers who will soon replace geezers like Nancy Pelosi as the party’s ruling class in Congress.

“Do you see this? Do you see the future right here?” Williams asked as she got a hug from the 26-year-old Frost, an activist and musician who was elected by voters in Florida’s 10th congressional district last November despite having zero actual experience in public service. When she asked the freshman lawmaker if he had anything that he wanted to say to the crowd, he shouted out his vulgar smear of the Sunshine State Republican, a 2024 GOP presidential hopeful.

“F**k Ron DeSantis! F**k fascism!” Frost hollered, using the two f-words, one that is now an obligatory component of leftist discourse and the other a term that has been bastardized to mean anything that Democrats disapprove of despite their own conduct mimicking that of classical fascists.

The still-wet-behind-the-ears congressman was in good company with a fellow DeSantis hater after Williams basically told the band’s conservative fans that they suck during an onstage rant at another recent show.

“I’ll be happy to tell you I’m very f**king comfortable talking politics — and if you vote for Ron Desantis you’re f**king dead to me,” she said as the audience showered her with love.

Frost took to Twitter to post a video of himself showing off his moves during a song that he joined the band for, showing that he’s far more cut out for the performance arts than doing the hard work of a member of the United States Congress.

He also was defiant about his foul-mouthed insult of Governor DeSantis. “I said what I said,” Frost tweeted.

In an interview with Rolling Stone last November after a majority of clueless Orlando voters sent him to Washington, Frost said, “I think politics, it’s a very heavy thing. And I think seeing your leaders be fun is really important.”

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