Rep. Thomas Massie appears to be fired up over the situation with some migrant families staying in hotel rooms. Massie asked about it using this exact phrase: "How is it right to give illegal aliens hotel rooms while homeless veterans are on the streets?"

Twitter users had quite a reaction to this. It looks like Massie better get to work solving the homeless veterans problem or he's just another useless politician who does a lot of talking and not enough legislating. What is that called? A windbag? It must be time for Massie to put up or shut up. If he's not buying hotel rooms for homeless veterans, or writing up some bills to get them off the streets by the end of the week, then he's just a windbag and as useless as they come.

But first, here's what The Hill reported regarding the hotel situation:

The federal government will start placing some migrant families in hotels, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed Saturday.

ICE acting Director Tae D. Johnson said in a statement to The Hill that the agency signed a short-term $86.9 million contract with Texas-based nonprofit Endeavors to "provide temporary shelter and processing services for families who have not been expelled and are therefore placed in immigration proceedings for their removal from the United States."

Johnson said the contract provides 1,239 beds and other necessary services. Families will also receive a "comprehensive health assessment that includes COVID-19 testing."

“Our border is not open," Johnson said. "The majority of individuals continue to be expelled under the Centers for Disease Control’s public health authority.”

News of the site was first reported by Axios on Saturday. The news outlet reported that the hotels will be near border areas, including Arizona and Texas.

The reaction to Massie's question was quite telling, so here are some of the Twitter reactions: