Hunky ‘Clark Kent’ lookalike steals the show at January 6 ratings
It’s a bird, it’s a plane. . . it’s Superhunk.
On Day 8 of the Capitol Riot hearings, as the committee presented evidence of former President Donald Trump’s alleged role in last year’s violent attack, many viewers were thinking the same thing: who was that sexy Clark Kent lookalike sitting in the crowd? That’s right, an unidentified Superman lookalike stole the show during Thursday’s hearing with the “Clark Kent” hashtag trending on Twitter late Thursday night.
“Ok yes Trump is guilty… BUT WHO IS THIS… Ok Clark Kent!!” exclaimed a Twitter user from the unidentified feast for the eyes.
The mystery man in question, who sat behind witnesses Matthew Pottinger and Sarah Matthews, wore a smart navy blue suit and glasses, earning him comparisons to Superman’s bespectacled reporter alter-ego Clark. Kent.
Social media has gone absolutely gaga over the beautiful Man of Steel facsimile.
A one amazed commentator joked, “Why are people questioning Clark Kent’s attendance at the January 6 hearings? He obviously covers the event for the Daily Planet.
“When you have no idea you’re in style and you’re about to leave this audience for a modeling contract, a marriage proposal and a threesome,” flattered another fanboy.
A Twitter spirit attached a screenshot of man adjusting his glasses with the caption: “It’s so infuriating that Clark Kent is about to become Superman.”
Even Bravo boss Andy Cohen wanted to know the identity of the aesthetically gifted stranger.
“Who the hell is that? » Cohen wonderedbefore asking if Superhunk was seeing anyone.
New York Magazine writer Yashar Ali teased that he knows who the mystery man is, but did not reveal his source, only revealing that the attractive entrant was not in the market. “The handsome man sitting behind Pottinger is not single” he wrote. “That’s all I’ll say and that’s all you need to know!”
Unfortunately, the identity of Congressman Clark Kent remains a mystery after the hearing, during which the House Select Committee investigated Trump’s activities during the January 6, 2021 attack when rioters swarmed the Capitol. .
They specifically sought to create a timeline of Trump’s activities — or lack thereof — over a 187-minute span between the end of his speech at a rally near the White House at 1:10 p.m. and a reluctant video message. telling his followers, “You have to go home now” at 4:17 p.m.
The action was recounted by committee members Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) and Elaine Luria (D-Va.), who revealed that Trump was briefed immediately after returning to the White House about his “Stop the Steal” that clashes took place a short distance on Pennsylvania Avenue.
“Within 15 minutes of leaving the stage, President Trump knew the Capitol was under siege and under attack,” Luria said, adding, “At 1:25 a.m., President Trump proceeded to the private dining room of the oval office. From 1:25 a.m. to 4:00 a.m., the president stayed in his dining room… The TV tuned to Fox News all afternoon.
“Other witnesses confirmed that President Trump was in the dining room with the television on for over two and a half hours,” she continued. “There was no official record of what President Trump did in the dining room.”
The narrative was intercut with footage of violence on Capitol Hill that was broadcast around the world on cable news channels.