Kevin McCarthy Steps Up To Defend Dr. Seuss, Reads ‘Green Eggs and Ham’

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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is fighting for the rights of green eggs, and he intends to try to keep the legend of Dr. Seuss alive.

How do we know this? Because McCarthy gave a heartfelt reading of the Seuss classic “Green Eggs and Ham” on Twitter.

“I still like Dr. Seuss, so I decided to read Green Eggs and Ham,” the California Republican wrote Friday night, urging viewers to “RT if you still like him too!”

A five-minute video of McCarthy presenting the beloved book accompanied the tweet, with McCarty not missing a beat on “its loopy rhyming tale of Sam-I-am and his unappetizing culinary creation,” as the New York Post put it.

McCarthy’s decision to read from “Green Eggs and Ham” came several days after news that Seuss’ bestselling children’s books will no longer be published, as more bored dimwits have alleged racism and forced drama where none was intended.

This, of course, only made the books even more popular.

“Sales of the six books — ‘If I Ran the Zoo,’ ‘And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,’ ‘McElligot’s Pool,’ ‘On Beyond Zebra!,’ ‘Scrambled Eggs Super!’ and ‘The Cat’s Quizzer’ — soared after the announcement, and online auction site eBay canceled sales on vintage copies after they started selling for hundreds of dollars apiece,” the Post relayed.

Meanwhile, McCarthy’s video had 21,000 thousand retweets as of Sunday morning.

Written by Sam Amico

Sam Amico spent 15 years covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports and NBA.com, along with a few other spots, and currently runs his own basketball website on the side, FortyEightMinutes.com.

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  1. We need to start playing offense against the cancel culture. Conservatives are full of Christians and it runs against their nature to be aggressive but it is time to start moving the ball right through the middle. We need to focus on the big picture and unite with everyone that believes in freedom of speech.

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