'Sharknado' enters ObamaCare debate

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellFEC flags McConnell campaign over suspected accounting errors Poll: 59 percent think president elected in November should name next Supreme Court justice Mark Kelly: Arizona Senate race winner should be sworn in 'promptly' MORE (R-Ky.) was first out of the gate. 

His campaign tweeted a graphic questioning whether a tornado full of sharks could take down the stack of ObamaCare regulations that Republicans use as a prop during press conferences and hearings.

Then it was Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen SebeliusKathleen SebeliusSpecial counsel investigating DeVos for potential Hatch Act violation: report The Hill's Coronavirus Report: Mike Roman says 3M on track to deliver 2 billion respirators globally and 1 billion in US by end of year; US, Pfizer agree to 100M doses of COVID-19 vaccine that will be free to Americans The Hill's Coronavirus Report: Former HHS Secretary Sebelius gives Trump administration a D in handling pandemic; Oxford, AstraZeneca report positive dual immunity results from early vaccine trial MORE's turn. Sebelius tweeted that, beginning in 2014, Sharknado injuries would be covered as a preexisting condition under ObamaCare.

Earlier on Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency dispelled any links between climate change and shark-filled tornados.