Sen. Chris Dodd is leaving Congress soon, but fans of the Connecticut Democrat can still get their fix on a new (spoof) Twitter feed about the Senator, S--- My Dodd Says.
The feed appears to be inspired by both the hacking of Dodd’s Twitter account last week — when somebody posted an inappropriate message reading, “U love torturing me w this s---,” which the Senator’s staff promptly removed — and the blog-turned-television show “S--- My Dad Says.”
“People love torturing me over my ‘U love torturing me w this s---’ tweet,” one tweet reads. “What the f--- do I care? I’m out soon anyway, suckers!”
The twitterer makes clear that he or she is not Dodd — but notably, the one Twitter account that the fake Senator is following is the actual Chris Dodd.
Hat tip to our friends over at FamousDC for spotting the funny feed.
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