► Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ): Today’s “Corporate Ass-Kisser” Award Winner Print E-mail

Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ): Today’s “Corporate Ass-Kisser” Award 



This isn’t the first Award presented to Andy. In the past, he has been the recipient of two (5) Awards in various categories. Those awards are listed at the end of this article and can be viewed by going to the listed categories.


Andy is another in a long list of loser attorneys like Sen. Lindsey Graham Mitch “Moscow Mitch” McConnell that decided to go into politics after learning how difficult it was to earn a dishonest living practicing law after he graduated in from University of Arizona School of Law. Therefore, he decided to go into the second most ethical profession (used car salesman No. 1), politics.


In an ongoing effort to further establish his bona fides as a trusted Sycophantic Trump Ass-Kisser and Aspiring Enabler for American Corporations, Andy has proposed legislation that would provide liability protections for businesses opening during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.


Andy said he believes it is important to protect businesses from trial lawyers, arguing that companies and churches shouldn’t be held liable for reopening. (Julie Grace Brufke)


After lathering up his severely chapped lips with a tube of Industrial Strength Chapstick provided by American Chamber of Commerce, Andy made the following laughable statements.


  • “Unfortunately, both in the Congress and around the nation, many Democrats are refusing to support efforts to protect our businesses and churches from unfounded legal risks.”
  • “Failure to pass this legislation will lead to even more small businesses being permanently shuttered and countless more Americans being unemployed.”
  • “We must give our society and economy the legal protections needed to maintain their operations in our communities.”
  • “I call on my colleagues from both sides of the aisle to support this legislation.”
  • “And I encourage states to similarly address this issue.”

If a business does everything reasonable to protect its workers or customers like mandating wearing masks and enforcing social distancing, then that conduct in and of itself would likely be a bar to any successful litigation if a customer/worker became afflicted with the Coronavirus.


Moreover, a plaintiff would have one difficult time proving how his client 

contracted the virus. In fact, it would likely be virtually impossible to do so.


Hopefully, a grateful CEO and/or a designated flunky for the Chamber of Commerce has taken affirmative steps to reimburse Ronny for the costs he incurred in purchasing a tube of Industrial Strength Chapstick.


Ass-Kisser Awards = 2


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