From the Western Journal (You may need to turn up your volume):
Ah, the perils of Zoom.
Over the past 15 months, Americans in all walks of life have been treated — if that is the word — to a variety of sights and sounds thanks to video meetings that record things better left unsaid, and very, very often much better left unseen.
All of which brings us to Democratic Rep. Donald Payne Jr. of New Jersey, who on Thursday became this week’s poster child for remembering to turn off one’s computer camera.
Payne was, to quote the words of the New York Post, “belly busted” after he rose from where he had been sitting during a House Homeland Security Committee meeting to reveal nothing anyone really wanted to see.
For some, the rumpled bed behind Payne was the center of attraction.
For others, it was the yawning gap between the bottom of Payne’s Captain America t-shirt and the beginning of his baby blue boxers — a gap filled to overflowing by Payne’s tummy.
The video showed the extent to which members of the House can watch anything without changing expressions. Democratic Rep. Yvette Clarke of New York did not miss a beat while she was speaking.
Republican Rep. Kat Cammack of Florida, however, waged an uphill battle to keep herself from laughing.
Read the rest at westernjournal.com.