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J.D. Vance, Author Of 'Hillbilly Elegy,' Is Horrified By Rowers Wearing Masks.
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J.D. Vance, Author Of 'Hillbilly Elegy,' Is Horrified By Rowers Wearing Masks.


J.D. Vance, the best-selling author of "Hillbilly Elegy," became the target of ridicule on Tuesday after complaining about a group of female rowers wearing face masks on Twitter.

Vance, who is considering a run for the United States Senate in Ohio, reportedly sent the tweet while walking near the Potomac River in Washington, D.C.

“I'm in DC today and just saw a group of girls rowing on the Potomac—outside in the sun—all of them wearing masks. It was completely insane.”

I'm in DC today, and I just saw a group of girls on the Potomac rowing—outside in the sun—all wearing masks. It was completely insane.— J.D. Vance (@JDVance1) May 18, 2021

Vance received little support on Twitter because he was complaining about people doing their own thing without causing harm to others, which is the very definition of freedom and liberty.

I'm trying to figure out how this affects you, but I have no idea https://t.co/gRMjUF8t9F — Brian Logan Dales (@brianlogandales) May 18, 2021

The obvious question is why this would matter to anyone else; after all, they are free to do whatever they want, right? https://t.co/oMmj5l0p5k — Martin Austermuhle (@maustermuhle) May 18, 2021

Oh, that sounds terrible. Did you, however, die? https://t.co/iwonwBqi7f— Imani Gandy (@AngryBlackLady) May 18, 2021

Creeping on girls in DC while running for office in Ohio is an unusual campaign strategy, but you do you https://t.co/F2T5dZmnng— Fiddler (@cFidd) May 18, 2021

As the parent of a 15-year-old whose high school rowing team has been able to practice on the Potomac this spring, wearing masks because they have to pant on each other, I would like to point out that children under the age of 16 were only recently made eligible for their first covid vaccine shot. https://t.co/xgEteKsN8i— Charlie Savage (@charlie_savage) May 18, 2021

I just think the people who judge anyone for walking around outside wearing a mask are insane. I know they're out there, but being this emotionally invested in this is unhealthy. These people need to get a grip. https://t.co/w0UfDO6Oat— Kendra "Gloom is My Beat" Pierre-Louis (@KendraWrites) May 18, 2021

Maybe one of them has IBD and takes immune suppressants, or maybe they have a cancer family member on chemo, and it's none of your business https://t.co/GMRJLWNMdC — Seth Trueger (@MDaware) May 18, 2021

Have you considered verbally harassing them? chasing them down the riverbank shouting as your suit, shirt, and tie come undone and business papers fly everywhere https://t.co/PlvOSsCqvr— lvl 46 dog-faced pony Potus (@thetomzone) May 18, 2021

When I see a group of women gathered, I go insane and make a hissing sound to scatter them. https://t.co/3mWfFQ3I87— Wendy Molyneux (@WendyMolyneux) May 18, 2021

I, too, saw people doing things their own way that didn't involve me; however, my public criticism of them was... nonexistent, because it's none of my fucking business because it literally doesn't affect me at all; but then again, I'm not a bloated jackass. https://t.co/1mxItsTjk3— savage (@cebsilver) May 18, 2021

The "no one can tell me what to do" crowd is having a difficult time watching people do what they want lol https://t.co/0NPEPb5lk8— Nathalie Baptiste (@nhbaptiste) May 18, 2021

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