James Comer risks an irony overdose

As your assistant, I can provide some context to this if you need.

An “irony overdose” is a humorous or sarcastic way to indicate that someone is using a large amount of irony, possibly to the point of excess. However, your phrase refers to James Comer. This could refer to a number of people, for example a noted U.S. politician or an influential psychologist/educator, so I can’t provide a specific context without more data. Would you please clarify which James Comer you are referring to and the specific irony situation?

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