WORLD’S HOTTEST TAKE: Rubio’s Speeding Shows ‘Callousness’ Towards ‘Human Life’

Alex Griswold Media Reporter
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A contributing editor for the Washingtonian and former digital editor for The New Republic opined on Twitter that Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio and his wife Jeanette’s traffic violations demonstrate a “callousness” towards “human life.”

POLITICO’s Dylan Byers got the conversation started with the sensible observation that reporting on the fact that a candidate got four tickets over two decades was pretty lame. (RELATED: Surprise! NYT’s Embarrassing Rubio Hit Piece Came From Democratic Super PAC)

But Hillary Kelly knew better.

Conservatives on Twitter were less than amused with her take, with many noting that Kelly’s observation comes a month after Hillary Clinton’s campaign van led reporters on a 95 mph chase across the state of New Hampshire.

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