Michigan Rep. Josh Schriver (R) is hoping more constituents will contact him after watching a video made in the Capitol.
“My name is Josh Schriver, I represent you. I came to spit fire, let me tell you what I do,” he says in the song titled, “Check Me Out,” walking off the House floor into the lobby.
“Check Me Out” by Josh Schriver
(Official Music Video) pic.twitter.com/MaezBuYZXT
— Rep. Josh Schriver (@repjoshschriver) November 20, 2023
“I do the best I can, trust in God and not in man. I post all my vote reasons, I’m consistent every season. Check me out,” he says.
Attorney General Dana Nessel, who has her fair share of embarrassing statements and actions, both personally and professionally, took to X to zing Schriver.
I have profound differences of opinion with your policies and voting record @repjoshschriver. But as someone who has filmed my share of cringeworthy videos, I applaud this effort.
— Dana Nessel (@dananessel) November 21, 2023
“I have profound differences of opinion with your policies and voting record @repjoshschriver. But as someone who has filmed my share of cringeworthy videos, I applaud this effort.”
During the exchange, Schriver asked Nessel to join Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in his investigation of Media Matters, a far-left group that targets conservatives and media outlets. The group allegedly engaged to fraud to argue X was posting advertisements near controversial content.
“No, sorry. I will not abuse my prosecutorial powers on behalf of an antisemitic toddler billionaire. I also don’t cheat on my wife,” Nessel said.