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Tom Cotton apparently doesn’t use toilet paper and has no recollection of a shortage in 2020

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Senator Tom Cotton is being accused of not using toilet paper after he went on Fox News last night to suggest the well-documented Great Toilet Paper Shortage of 2020 never actually happened.Cotton appeared on Laura Ingraham‘s show yesterday evening to say that he has absolutely no recollection whatsoever of any supply chain shortages happening during the first year of the pandemic, when Donald Trump was president.Related: Kellyanne Conway at the center of toilet paper hoarding conspiracy theory after going on Fox News“We’ve had this pandemic for two years, Laura,” the antigay senator from Arkansas who will never be president said. “I don’t remember inflation or supply chain shortages or labor shortages that we’ve seen this year in the first.

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