(No wonder he can’t find time to meet with the little people, he’s monitoring the tubz. – promoted by ClubTwitty)
Congressman Mike Coffman just can’t catch a break.
In his latest embarrassing moment, Coffman denies he and his staff had anything to do with the scrubbing of his Wikipedia page to remove his recent comments undermining the legitimacy of the President of the United States. According to Buzzfeed, whoever scrubbed Coffman’s Wikipedia page used the official IP address for the US House of Representatives. As 9 News reports, Coffman offered a written statement saying:
“I’ve never touched my Wikipedia page, and I’ve never asked anyone to change anything on it.”
Coffman’s statement was a response to an article in Buzzfeed, titled “33 Embarrassing Congressional Edits To Members’ Wikipedia Pages”, wherein they accuse Tea Party Caucus member Mike Coffman of removing the links to articles referencing the debacle.
In 9 news report, Coffman’s election opponent, State Representative Joe Miklosi, had this to say:
“No matter how much he tries to scrub the truth off the Internet, he can’t hide his extreme record,” Miklosi said in a written statement Wednesday. “No amount of self-editing can hide the fact that Congressman Mike Coffman is Colorado’s own version of Rush Limbaugh.”