Twitter responds to those pics of Aaron Schock with his hand down another dude’s pants at Coachella

Yesterday, Queerty broke the news that former GOP Congressman Aaron Schock was purportedly photographed at Coachella hanging out with a bunch of shirtless white gays and making out with a dude whilst reaching his hand down the guy’s pants.

NBD, right? …Wrong!

As you may recall, while serving as the United States Representative for Illinois’ 18th congressional district from 2009 until 2015, Schock’s voting record read like the CliffsNotes of the Religious Right’s antigay playbook.

Related: Former GOP Congressman Aaron Schock spotted at Coachella making out with a guy

Among his political positions, he voted against adding “sexual orientation, gender identity, gender and disability” to the federal hate crime protection groups, against the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,’and for the Defense of Marriage Act, which defined marriage as between a man and a woman.

His vehemently homophobic politics at one time earned him a 0 percent approval rating from the Human Rights Campaign for his opposition to LGBTQ equality.

While it is the position of Queerty not to out public figures, we make one serious exception when someone has actively hurt LGBTQ people or causes and refused to own up to it.

And now, the responses…

But it doesn’t stop there…

Shall we go on? OK!

We reached out to Schock for comment. Not surprisingly, we still haven’t heard back.