Chelsea Clinton on Thursday responded to a Republican congressman who on Christmas Eve tweeted out old footage of her mother Hillary Clinton nearly getting struck in the head by a falling television light.

“Remember the reason for the season!” Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona tweeted along with the four-second clip in which Clinton shouts “Jesus, Mary and Joseph!” before her husband, then-presidential candidate Bill Clinton, pulls her to safety.

The scare happened while the pair were doing an interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes” in 1992.

Chelsea Clinton waited until the day after Christmas to respond, and noted she’d spent Tuesday in a more traditional Christmas way than Gosar.

“At 11 am Christmas Eve, we were making cookies for Santa. Thank you Congressman @Rep Gosar for reminding me of my dad’s quick reflexes!” she tweeted.

Gosar is best known for winning re-election in 2018 despite six of his siblings endorsing his Democratic challenger in a campaign ad.

“He’s not listening to you. He doesn’t have your interests at heart,” brother Tim Gosar said in the advertisement.

Gosar fired back at his siblings for using “family political differences to launch attacks on me rather than focusing on the issues.” He won re-election with almost 70 percent of the vote.

Source

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

ABC takes advantage of Iran conflict to FINALLY screen Epstein story… 3 years late

“Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein” is due to air Thursday on ABC, the network tweeted on Wednesday, as the country stood poised on the brink of war with Iran and one might assume relatively few eyes were on the Epstein…

Louvre renaissance as Paris museum opens for first time since lockdown

After months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Louvre has reopened, giving art-lovers the chance to once again take in some of the world’s most famous works of art. A winding queue of masked visitors could be seen…

Introducing our 10 best debut novelists of 2020

Spring is a time for new beginnings in the books world, especially when it comes to fiction – not so much for established authors, who tend to unveil their new work in the autumn, as for fiction debutants hoping to…

Arrests and torture of gays, lesbians in Egypt are ‘systematic,’ rights report says

CAIRO — The Egyptian government continues to target gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in a “systematic fashion” through arbitrary arrests, torture and other forms of abuse, including forced “virginity tests,” Human Rights Watch said Thursday. The watchdog group accused…