HE DENIES THE “F” BOMB HE DROPPED ON LIVE BROADCAST

WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR CALLS IT

WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR CALLS IT

Coronavirus updates from government officials tend to be dry in the extreme.

But West Virginia’s Gov. Jim Justice was being credited for spicing things up Monday when he supposedly dropped an F-bomb into the mix.

“I encourage all businesses that are allowed to open to do so only if they (expletive) follow the guidelines to keep West Virginians safe.”

Justice can be heard saying during a recorded press conference.

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However, the Republican governor issued a statement late Monday, saying it was an audio glitch and not what he actually said.

His statement came shortly after the clip became a hit on social media, including a YouTube video viewed tens of thousands of times.
WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR CALLS IT

“Today at our news briefing there was an audio glitch,” Justice explained in a video posted on Twitter.

“And it sounded like that I had said a bad word. A word that I would never say nor have I ever said.

No possibility in any way, shape, form or fashion.”

Social media is torn on which is better: The “audio glitch” or the governor’s clarification video message, which had been viewed nearly 170,000 times in 10 hours.

Some people admitted loving his brutal honesty in using a curse word, while others thought they’d only imagined hearing it.

“Couldn’t you have waited till tomorrow or next year to say this (clarification).

Allow us to have a little bit of joy during this quarantine season,” Kevin Mace said on Twitter.

“I thought it was pretty awesome! That is transparency at its finest,” Christina Keller wrote.

“Politics rule No. 1,589: In the middle of a pandemic killing tens of thousands, it’s okay to drop an F-bomb,” Phil Kabler responded.

“Did the sign language interpreter sign the entire speech?” Joe Nunes wrote.

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1 Comment

  1. He is correct no matter the verbiage/; bad word?

watcha gotta say?

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