@ChuckMuth is an #OverTweeter

January 4, 2014

Would it be surprising if a respected political operative were to routinely expose his children’s most mundane activities via social media, as if the kids were Kardashians? Of course it would. 

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In much the same way attention-starved reality TV stars seek the spot light, @ChuckMuth yearns to be noticed by publicizing many private moments with his family via Twitter and his tax deductible blogs.

Well, Chuck Muth isn’t a respected professional, and he has zero shame, so it’s not really a surprise. Now I’m not talking about the occasional “parental brag” or cute family vignette. I’m talking about regularly and routinely naming his kids and posting photos of them and their friends (creepy).

Is @ChuckMuth really so desperate to appear normal and likable that he employs his own children as a sort of twitter shield? Out of respect for their privacy I won’t quote any of the dozens of recent tweets from @ChuckMuth or mention his children’s names, but I will publicly ask Chuck to show a little bit of restraint and dignity.

Chuck, you are self-proclaimed “full-time dad”. As a “full-time dad” you should cease and desist with the overexposed tweets of your children, at least until they are old enough to consent.

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