The host of All in with Chris Hayes on MSNBC hilariously mocked Sen. Marco Rubio's legislative priorities on Friday.
"Three weeks after a room full of Florida students booed Marco Rubio for his weak stance on new gun laws in the wake of the Stoneman Douglas massacre, the junior senator from Florida announced a bold new legislative action. Not on guns, of course," Hayes reported. "He wants to make Daylight Savings Time permanent.
With that announcement came a whole new round of booing and a harsher view of killing the by annual clock change.
Hayes noted that Sen. Rubio, 'took to Twitter for the big announcement today."
Today, taking the lead from #Florida legislature & @RepJNunez I will be filing legislation to make daylight saving… https://t.co/N9HSFvNprE— Marco Rubio (@Marco Rubio) 1521033029.0
Hayes then wondered if Rubio might be drawing legislative inspiration from a fictional comedy on HBO.
"Is Marco Rubio purposely acing like an absurd character from Veep?" Hayes wondered.