Anyone who’s from Wyoming might occasionally get annoyed when people sometimes associate Yellowstone National Park with Montana.
After all, it’s barely in Montana. Only 3 percent of the park is located in Montana whereas 96% is located in Wyoming and the extra 1 percent (if anyone cares) is located in Idaho.
So when Montana Congressman Matt Rosendale had the audacity to say that Montana was the home of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Sen. Cynthia Lummis rightfully body slammed him.
This all took place on social media where Rosendale apparently was celebrating National Park Week and cut a :45 second video where he committed the foul.
“When you think of national parks, there is a reason you think of Montana. We’re home to the two crown jewels of the National Park system: Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks,” he wrongly said.
The Western Caucus, a group representing western representatives, tweeted the video along with the error-filled language “Rep. Rosendale of Montana represents Yellowstone National Park, the first national park in the world, and Glacier National Park, which includes over 1 million acres.”
Lummis, rightfully, reworked that tweet correcting the language.
With a red pen, Lummis corrected the first sentence to read:
“When you think of national parks, there’s a reason you think of Wyoming.”
Then she took to the second sentence where she inserted some language that made the statement correct.
“Rep. Rosendale of Montana represents a tiny part of Yellowstone National Park…” the corrected copy reads.
Rosendale weakly tried to come back by saying: “They put the show in Montana for a reason.”
Then, Lummis, from the top ropes emasculated Rosendale with one deadly sentence.
“Not our fault the Hollywood is bad at geography,” she said.
Silence. Rosendale couldn’t reply. She annihilated him.
He should probably resign.
Montana’s Sen. Steve Daines then chimed in saying “I think we should talk.”
Lummis happily obliged tweeting a photo of a Wyoming shirt with a bison and the wording “Yellowstone National Park.”
Game. Set. Match. Wyoming.
Well done, Sen. Lummis. Well done.