Comedian Patton Oswalt gives a Twitter shout-out to Livingston County activist

Patton Oswalt in "Parks and Recreation."

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Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt gave a four-letter shout-out to a Livingston County activist on Twitter today.

Actually, it was a three-letter shout-out of a four-letter word. And it went out to his 4.48 million Twitter followers:

Oswalt’s Tweet was directed at Bridgett McDowell, who showed up at the Livingston County Board of Commissioners meeting on Monday night to protest the board’s decision to stop recording and posting its meetings.

McDowell used her second call-to-the-public time to quote from Oswalt’s well-known Star Wars filibuster he delivered in a 2013 episode of “Parks and Recreation.” (See that scene below.)

Oswalt is a popular comedian and TV star who appeared in “The King of Queens,” “The Goldbergs” and numerous other shows, including “Parks and Recreation.” Here’s his filibuster:

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