Oooh, Bachelor Nation, the depths of hate toward Arie Luyendyk Jr is getting deeper!
After last night's devastating finale, people everywhere have been expressing their disdain for Arie. Well, it looks like the disdain has taken a political turn.
A Republican Minnesota State Representative, Drew Christensen, was so shocked and aggravated by the finale that he took to Twitter and said if he gets 1,000 retweets, he will introduce a bill banning Arie from Minnesota (as you all know, Becca Kufrin is from Minnesota).
His tweet reached 1,000 RTs in record time. In fact, by Tuesday morning, his tweet was RT'd over 10,000 times! Christensen tweeted on Tuesday morning that he is drafting the bill today.
My Two Cents
Dayum! I'm not sure how serious this bill is, but it just goes to show how much people hate Arie right now. I think it may be slightly unconstitutional to issue a bill like that. I mean, you can't ban Arie for being a d**k. Sadly, being a d**k isn't against the law.
While I don't like Arie, in fact I find him repugnant, I wouldn't retweet Christensen's tweet. I think bills should be for serious matters, not reality TV. Just through tomatoes and eggs at him if he shows up, call him names, etc. Or, people can just ignore him if they see him on the streets.
Readers, do you think Christensen's bill should be passed, or do you find it to be unconstitutional? Let me know in the comments below, or hit me up on social media.
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