MTG Challenges ‘Low T’ Beto O’Rourke to a ‘Work Attire’ Deadlift Contest After He Shares a Video of Himself Running in a Collared Shirt

U.S. Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) challenged Beto O’Rourke to a “work attire” deadlift contest yesterday after he shared a video of himself running in a collared shirt.

O’Rourke declared in the video that he shared on Saturday in a tweet, “Corpus Christi! Join me for a morning run along the water at 7:30.”

“We’re meeting at the Selena Statue. Hope to see you there,” O’Rourke explained.

It appears that O’Rourke ultimately changed out of his work attire for the actual run as he later posted videos and pictures from the run and those who joined.

Greene fired back in a quote tweet, “Francis, I’ve noticed you have low T. It’s okay, it’s common in men like you.”

“If you get on a weight lifting program, it will really help you. Since you run in your collared shirt, I’ll be happy to challenge you in my work attire for deadlifts,” Greene said.

Greene wasn’t the only one to mock O’Rourke over his choice of attire for the video.

Conservative commentator Tim Young replied, “Running in a dress shirt is as authentic and relatable as a white guy using a phony hispanic nickname.”

One Trump-supporting Twitter user told O’Rourke, “A morning run in a dress shirt? Hang on. Gotta get my tux. I’ve got a triathlon coming up. You were more authentic with the skateboard, ‘Beto.'”

Even supporters were perplexed as one responded, “Like this guy a lot, but why is he running dressed like that. Stop trying so hard.”