Alabama GOP Senate candidate defies DC quarantine to raise money
Image via Tommy Tuberville for Senate.

Anyone coming from the top COVID-19 states in the country must quarantine in Washington, D.C., for 14 days before going out and about. According to the Washington Post, Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Tommy Tuberville coughed in the face of that law. However, he's just another in a long line of Republicans breaking the laws all over Washington.


"Tuberville spent at least some of his time in D.C. at the Trump International Hotel, according to a photo posted to Facebook by Arkansas GOP Rep. Bruce Westerman showing the two men in the hotel lobby on Tuesday night," the Post reported. "In the photo, neither man is wearing a mask."

"A photo posted to Tuberville's Facebook page on Tuesday before he arrived in D.C. shows him in a cramped room with close to 25 people seated shoulder-to-shoulder around a conference table without masks," the report also said.

Tuberville has also opposed the mask order his GOP governor issued in the state when their numbers began to spike.

"Just like when he opposed the statewide mask order from Alabama's Republican governor, Tommy Tuberville is ignoring medical experts because he's more focused on raising campaign cash in Washington than doing what's right," said Democratic Senate Committee spokesperson Helen Kalla.

Read the Tuberville report here.