The Twitterverse could barely contain itself over the weekend.
In the hours after U.S. District Judge John Broomes ruled in favor of two churches challenging Gov. Laura Kelly's executive order limiting mass gatherings at religious events, social media erupted.
There were calls for his impeachment. Some called him an "imbecile." Others referred to him as a "moron." There was a reference to him being a "rusty tool."
As much as Kansas Health Secretary Lee Norman had become a cult hero on social media recently, Broomes . . .