The official Twitter account for Sen. Orrin Hatch’s (R-UT) office is known for sending out some pretty legendary tweets.
Like this epic response to a fellow Twitterer who said no one would miss him when he dies.
In case this tweet gets deleted. pic.twitter.com/dfpj8jrsOJ— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) November 28, 2018
Or the time he mocked Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test results.
These DNA tests are quite something. pic.twitter.com/tCHmW7pJbj— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) October 15, 2018
As you can see, making cracks about the senator’s age is one of the account’s favorite pastimes.
It was quite something. pic.twitter.com/kuW8LazUkz— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) November 19, 2018
You— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) November 20, 2018
One hundred and 74 years.
On Tuesday, Hatch’s office struck again. But this time, it decided to poke fun at Kyle Kashuv.
Kashuv, who is now a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, announced on Twitter that he received a 1550/1600 on his SAT exam.
Wow! Just found out a I got a 1550/1600 SAT Superscore! It’s unbelievable what the internet and not ditching study sessions can teach you. pic.twitter.com/nIKSKzV0Rb— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) November 27, 2018
He’s aiming for Harvard--and with a score like that, it seems he’s well on his way.
Nick Pappas replied, asking if conservative commentator Ben Shapiro would be writing Kashuv’s college recommendation. Unfortunately, the answer is (currently) no. But, Kashuv shouldn't be worried. He’s already got Sen. Orrin Hatch in his corner.
I wish. Ben, would you?— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) November 27, 2018
I got @senorrinhatch
That’s when Hatch’s office stepped in.
Senator Hatch feels that even though you didn't wear socks to your first meeting with him, you still deserve to go to college. pic.twitter.com/nIZiU888Eb— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) November 27, 2018
Kashuv called out the account out for spreading fake news, but Hatch’s office wasn’t backing down.
This is the only acceptable way to wear socks: long, with aesthetically pleasing, versatile shoes that allow for the seamless transition between formal events and sport. pic.twitter.com/ZI1NuTxGtl— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) November 27, 2018
In Kashuv’s defense, it was his first time donning formal wear.
It was my first time wearing anything that resembles a suit— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) November 27, 2018
It took some convincing, but Hatch’s office eventually conceded.
Perhaps you're right. pic.twitter.com/zVfF3M20Hg— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) November 27, 2018
To whoever runs the @SenOrrinHatch account, thank you. Your Twitter contributions make our days just a bit brighter.