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Last 50 tweets from @RepThomasMassie
Imagine being this guy and thinking that lynching was legal and Congress needed to pass a bill to outlaw it. 🤦‍♂️
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
This coming from Rep Massie, one of 3 Republicans voting No on Toll anti lynching Bill, I’d say no credibility exists
 
Raw milk 🐄 yogurt with a dollop of possum 🍇 grape jelly. It’s what’s for breakfast.
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
Why do you dislike pasteurization?
Pasteurization is one way to make questionable milk of unknown origin semi-edible. I’ll take fresh nutritional food that doesn’t need to be sterilized, and you can have the highly processed industrial stuff.
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
Raw milk can carry harmful germs, such as Campylobacter, Cryptosporidium, E. coli, Listeria, Brucella, and Salmonella. There is a valid public health reason for pasteurization.
Replying to @AubryKelly1
Raw beef, seafood, and vegetables can carry germs as well, yet they are served in restaurants and not banned in stores. If you don’t want to drink fresh milk, don’t drink it. It has many health benefits for those of us who drink it every day despite your fear mongering.
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
Wow someone cashed the milk lobby's check
Replying to @caringguy1957
Yes, someone did. Big milk opposes legal raw milk.
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
How do you know the quality of steaks, (marbling ect.) in a live cow before you buy shares or the whole cow for processing?
Replying to @1anobody
Very hard to know! But influenced by breed, age, feed. I would also say “more marbling = better quality” isn’t necessarily true. Especially if you like grass fed beef.
 
The FDA that banned the transport of raw milk, a wholesome food that’s been consumed by human beings for thousands of years,

is the same FDA that authorized myocarditis inducing mRNA injections with no long term data and zero liability for the manufacturers.

Follow the money.
 
Thomas Massie Retweeted ·  
Media: We support democracy

Elon Musk: Let’s take a poll and do what the majority of users want

Media: This is a dangerous attack on democracy 😭😭😭
 
Americans rejected Pelosi’s gun control schemes in the mid terms, yet here is Biden saying he wants to ban modern firearms, and maligning most gun owners.
Biden now calling for a ban on all semiautomatic weapons. That's most modern guns. pic.twitter.com/bVozVk3EbZ
 
tbh, meth is easier to get.
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
It's sad that dealing raw milk is equivalent to dealing meth in some parts of this country.
 
In reply to @Freedom1Love507
I believed I was lactose intolerant until I started drinking raw milk at the behest of my wife. Tried it. Tasted great. Waited for stomach issues. There were none. I’m intolerant of whatever bullshit they put in store bought milk, I guess
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
I had it when I was a kid. (70's) Since I've gotten used to 2% lighter milk. Not sure I'd like it anymore. Seems a little heavy. Do they make raw milk in lighter versions, or only whole?
Replying to @Richard51650429
Since it’s not homogenized, the cream floats to the top and you can either pour the cream off (and keep the low fat milk) or shake up the jug before pouring for the full fat stuff.
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
How has it benefited sir?
Replying to @TurnerBrennecke
Gut health is much better. Also, I was unable to drink store bought milk unless it was labeled “lactose free.”
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
All that good fat and protein. Have you had a lactose intolerant person try some though?
Replying to @Dr_Mantis619
I previously gave up on pasteurized milk and (wrongly?) suspected I was lactose intolerant. I guess I was just “store bought milk intolerant.”
 
I’ve been drinking raw milk almost every day for the past year. I can say it’s been great for my health!

When I introduced the bipartisan Interstate Milk Freedom Act a decade ago, I was motivated to protect freedom, and didn’t have an opinion on whether raw milk was beneficial.
Replying to @RepThomasMassie
Before trying raw milk, I had given up on trying to drink any pasteurized store bought milk that wasn’t “lactose free.” Not only does my body tolerate raw milk, it has been great for my gut health, allowing me to eat other foods that my body would otherwise reject.
 
Thought I was a country girl, but what is raw milk?
Replying to @jmjessup
Straight from the farm, unpasteurized, and not homogenized.
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
Would love to see mandatory consumer information on (1) meat location and whether fed antibiotics, etc. and (2) clear notice that food is genetically modified.
Replying to @RealLittleOne
Best way to know what you’re eating is to know your farmer! I prefer repealing laws that prevent small farmers from being successful, as opposed to labeling laws. The organic labeling laws have been an abject failure. But I support country of origin labeling and state labeling.
 
I’ve been drinking raw milk almost every day for the past year. I can say it’s been great for my health!

When I introduced the bipartisan Interstate Milk Freedom Act a decade ago, I was motivated to protect freedom, and didn’t have an opinion on whether raw milk was beneficial.
 
Anyone else feel more comfortable posting and having more fun on this app since @elonmusk took it over?
I’m gaining followers faster than ever. Not sure if that’s due to increased usage by users after the take-over, or if there was some algorithm (or people) suppressing my reach that has been deactivated.
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
When you cut down the rain forests, the wood you burn places carbon back in the atmosphere at a faster rate than the shrinking volume of plant life can remove it.
Replying to @CrowMagnumMan3
Kentucky has more forested land that it did half a century ago. But pastured land, in a symbiotic relationship with the animals that graze it, removes carbon from the atmosphere as well. Also, watch the video.
 
When you heat with wood, the carbon you release into the atmosphere is carbon that came from the atmosphere since the industrial revolution.

This and other fun facts are sprinkled in “Off the Grid with Thomas Massie,” viewable for free on YouTube.

m.youtube.com/watch?v=18_yXt…
 
Thank you to @RepClayHiggins for cosponsoring HR 4835, the Interstate Milk Freedom Act. Federal agencies, such as the FDA, that are part of the executive branch do not and should not have the power to shut down trade between peaceful farmers and willing consumers.
 
Fake meat value proposition:

People who don’t think meat is healthy, sustainable, ethical, or appetizing, want to ingest highly processed substances that taste like meat but are made in factories by big corporations using plants grown with chemically intensive farming practices.
 
Home equity, the biggest store of wealth for many American families, can be used to purchase things & functions like competing currency.

As part of its effort to combat inflation it caused by printing dollars, the Fed is depressing home-equity-currency by raising interest rates.
 
Thomas Massie Retweeted ·  
.@MarkWarner, you (1) wrongly said I was offered a simple-majority vote, (2) oddly suggested I can’t offer an amendment to a bill that my church supports, (3) mischaracterized and maligned my motives, and (4) still refused to answer Shannon’s question. youtu.be/5WMMLGEYdZE
 
It’s such a cult at this point, and the health risks are significant enough, that an honest person would be ethically and morally justified in faking vaccination to satisfy a COVID vax mandate. The moral argument for not faking it is to keep these bastards from claiming victory.
Harvard requiring Covid boosters & flu shot pic.twitter.com/1Asun8JVL4
 
CBS’s boycott of twitter lasted about 60 minutes.
After pausing for much of the weekend to assess the security concerns, CBS News and Stations is resuming its activity on Twitter as we continue to monitor the situation.
 
After pausing for much of the weekend to assess the security concerns, CBS News and Stations is resuming its activity on Twitter as we continue to monitor the situation.
Replying to @CBSNewsPress
😂 yeah right.
 
In reply to @hippiebroad84
I've seen him call for an audit of the federal reserve, but I personally can't recall a time he's called to end the federal reserve. You have an example?
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
Rand Paul wasn’t against it?
Replying to @pavao_jordan
He and Mike Lee were sidelined due to COVID infections or exposure to COVID.
 
2.5 years ago, I said there would be inflation and shortages if Congress printed money and gave it to people not to work.

I was the only person in Congress who did anything real to oppose the first $2 trillion of spending. They hated me in DC for breathing air.

And here we are.
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
How are you going to outdo that photo this year?!
 
In reply to @elonmusk
So, about the same number of people who saw my Christmas picture. 😉
 
In reply to @elonmusk
134M people have seen this poll
Replying to @elonmusk
So, about the same number of people who saw my Christmas picture. 😉
 
Today, my staff and I hosted Interview Day for U.S. Service Academy applicants from Kentucky’s 4th Congressional District. I wish each of the applicants the best and know the panelists will use their expertise to pick the most qualified and dedicated individuals.
 
Second Amendment Caucus co-chair @RepBoebert and I hosted the Second Amendment Caucus quarterly meeting and reception Thursday in Washington, D.C. We were joined by very special guest Kyle Rittenhouse. @ThisIsKyleR twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
 
New Twitter policy is freedom of speech, but not freedom of reach.

Negative/hate tweets will be max deboosted & demonetized, so no ads or other revenue to Twitter.

You won’t find the tweet unless you specifically seek it out, which is no different from rest of Internet.
Replying to @elonmusk
Will it be transparent? Will it be according to a published policy? Will we know when it’s happening? If not, how is this any different from the old twitter?
 
Congratulations to @RepBoebert, my favorite co-chair of the Second Amendment Caucus ! I look forward to defending the Second Amendment with you this Congress.
In reply to @blairmiller
Frisch says he just called Boebert to concede the race. I'll have much more soon. #co03 #copolitics
 
😢 Computer Science legend Fredrick P Brooks Jr. passed away at the age of 91. We were friends since 1993. He was one of the kindest, smartest men I knew. He authored the famous book “The Mythical Man-Month,” and was a recipient of the Turing Award. #hero
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Broo…
Replying to @RepThomasMassie
When I visited RTP in the 90s, he and Nancy insisted I stay at their house. Through luck, we vacationed at the same beach, and met there through the years to catch up. He was a mentor and stayed keenly interested in my political exploits & the health of my soul. I will miss him.
 
😢 Computer Science legend Fredrick P Brooks Jr. passed away at the age of 91. We were friends since 1993. He was one of the kindest, smartest men I knew. He authored the famous book “The Mythical Man-Month,” and was a recipient of the Turing Award. #hero
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Broo…
Fred Brooks - Wikipedia
en.m.wikipedia.org
 
Crashing through glass ceilings, @SpeakerPelosi has been one of the most transformative and effective Speakers of the House of Representatives in history. We should all be grateful for her extraordinary service to our country!
She definitely crashed through ceilings. Unfortunately they were debt ceilings! @SpeakerPelosi was in charge when over 40% of the nation’s debt was incurred.
 
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
You expect spending bills that defund exec orders to pass in the Senate? I don't think so, and they would obviously get vetoed by any President. So little will get done this term.
Every President for 234 years has signed the spending bills, and every Congress for 234 years has written those bills. We simply need to refuse to fund his charades.
 
I agree with @tuckercarlson. We shouldn’t send another penny to Ukraine, and we should audit the money Congress has already sent over there.
 
Farewell @SpeakerPelosi, undisputed world champion of debt.
Nancy Pelosi was Speaker of the House from 2007 to 2011 and then from 2019 until present. During her terms as Speaker, over 40% of all federal debt that currently burdens our economy and taxpayers has been incurred. pic.twitter.com/juQ17X52es
 
Which one? #sassywithmassie
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
MIT called and they want their degree back.
 
All food comes from carbon (CO2) in the air.

It’s a miracle.

The inputs to photosynthesis are Carbon Dioxide and Water.

The outputs are Oxygen and food (Carbohydrate).

It’s unscientific to think of CO2 as pollution.
 
The incoming GOP House majority can defund every executive order. I would start with the COVID-19 vaccine mandates that are unconstitutional and illegal.

@kennedynation
 
Speaker Pelosi has merged funding bills such that in order to vote for disaster relief from hurricanes and viruses, one must vote to increase the probability of nuclear disaster. #Ukraine
 
“There was no corner of the known world where some interest was not alleged to be in danger or under actual attack. If the interests were not Roman, they were those of Rome's allies; and if Rome had no allies, then allies would be invented.”

Joseph Alois Schumpeter
 
Biden’s latest Ukraine spending request will put the US Congress on a trajectory to spend TWICE as much money on Ukraine as we spend on roads and bridges in a year.

No one can tell you where it’s all gone or going. Demand a halt. Demand an audit. Demand an Inspector General.
Counting last night’s rushed vote, Congress has now spent more money on Ukraine in six months than we spend on all US roads and bridges in a year.

… something to think about the next time you are stuck in traffic or replacing a bent rim.
 
 
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