Skip to comments.Florida democrat caught on C-SPAN picking his ear and the EATING IT
Posted on 05/13/2014 9:48:11 AM PDT by DFG
A U.S. congressman from Florida was caught last week digging his finger in his ear and then eating whatever it was he found.
Representative Joe Garcia was at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on government surveillance, but it was his own reconnaissance mission that C-SPAN footage has now revealed.
It was a live shot, in fact, and the Key West congressman had the poor timing to undertake his treasure hunt while sitting directly behind his colleague as she took the floor.
Before the cameras have left him, the first term Democrat even looks at his fingers before putting them back into his mouth yet again.
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We need data on the nutritional value of ear wax....
God bless the UK press.
“Fifty bucks more says he eats it.”
well, is this any more absurd, than the liberals bashing Rubio for drinking water during a speech, or how they lambasted Paul Ryan for drinking water during the VP debate?????
This is a new one on me. Picking your teeth and ingesting what you find is one thing. I don’t think ear wax normally finds its way into the digestive tract.
Joe was confused,
He thought he was picking his nose.
The older I get, the weaker my stomach gets. Just reading that headline turned it.
Eating ear wax vs drinking water. You tell me.
I was so nauseated I missed spelled DISGUSTING..AND DID NOT SPELL CHECK IT..
Yes, but did he ENJOY eating it, or was it more of an obsessive-compulsive disorder problem?
I am shocked he would eat his own ear wax or boogers instead of demanding a new federal program to collect and redistribute them.
What is absurd? The media won’t mention this one.
What the hell is he wearing around his neck there?
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