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The right-wing senator who frequented prostitutes celebrated marriage equality with Chick-fil-A. Twitter wasn't impressed

David Vitter's a moralist and former patron of the D.C. madam. Twitter remembered after his dog-whistle tweet


Salon Staff
June 28, 2015 3:17PM (UTC)

Prostitute patron and generally gross right-wing Sen. David Vitter of Louisiana decided to celebrate Friday's Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage by ... going to Chick-fil-A. Then by tweeting a picture of himself eating Chick-fil-A in his car.

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Vitter, who got caught in the D.C. madam scandal last decade and is among the worst Republicans to make any "traditional value" argument, isn't the highest-aptitude senator in the GOP caucus, but it still seems safe to assume that he wasn't simply hungry. He dug into that Southern-style chicken sandwich as a lame fast-food dog whistle, as the family behind Chick-fil-A has donated millions to anti-LGBT organizations.

Luckily, Twitter has a long memory. Vitter's past was not forgotten. Here are some of the more family friendly putdowns.

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