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Minnesota Politician Authors Bill Banning ‘Bachelor’ Arie From State

Minnesota State Representative Drew Christensen just followed through on a promise to author a bill banning “The Bachelor” star Arie Luyendyk Jr. from the North Star State.
Why? Well, the politician got more than a thousand retweets on a social media promise to draft it. He claimed this whole thing is all a “civics lesson.” Sure, Drew.
Anyway, here is the original tweet and the bill as promised:

If this gets a thousand retweets I’ll author a bill banning Arie from Minnesota. #TheBachelor #PriorLakeLakers
— Rep. Drew Christensen (@RepChristensen) March 6, 2018

I’m a man of my word—here’s the bill banning Arie. #TheBachelor #mnleg
— Rep. Drew Christensen (@RepChristensen) March 8, 2018

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Christensen also ended up inviting Becca — who was dumped by Arie after an initial proposal on “The Bachelor” season finale — to Minnesota’s State of the State Address.

Twitter feedback matters… 10K—you’re invited, @thebkoof! #TheBachelor #mnleg
— Rep. Drew Christensen (@RepChristensen) March 8, 2018

Here’s how that came up:

10,000 RTs and I’ll invite Becca to Minnesota’s State of the State Address. #TheBachelor #mnleg #PriorLakeLakers
— Rep. Drew Christensen (@RepChristensen) March 6, 2018

Click here to see more of Christensen’s tweets on the matter. It is clearly all a civics lesson and not a young politician thirsting for and enjoying some national attention on the heels of reality show dating drama.
A representative for Christensen has yet to respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.

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Source: The Wrap

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