Senator Tries To Cover Up Driving During Zoom Meeting With Fake Background


An Ohio state senator is making national headlines this week. Not for a bill he proposed, but for his attempt to try to conceal the fact that he was driving during a controlling board meeting on Zoom. Early on during Monday's meeting, Sen. Andrew Brenner can be seen sitting in the driver's seat of his car. Brenner eventually leaned forward and turned off the camera. When he returned, he was seen wearing his seatbelt and clearly driving, yet his Zoom background was that of a home office. The camera was off for a second time, before coming back with a blurred image of Brenner on the road while also having the office background. All this happened as the Ohio House is considering a bill proposing stricter rules against cell phone use while driving, with a goal of cracking down on distracted driving in the state.


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