Whether she’s talking nonsense about cheeseburgers or asserting that straight people are going extinct, Marjorie Taylor Greene is never far away from trouble.
The Georgia 14th congressional district’s outspoken congressman and infamous conspiracy theorist have raised eyebrows once again after mixing up her words during a House floor speech on Thursday.
Greene used the word “fragrant” instead of “flagrantly violated.”
“…and why their due process rights are being so fragrantly and horribly abused,” she says in a video that has gone viral.
“Hate it when my rights are flagrantly violated,” remarked journalist Aaron Rupar, who posted the video.
Marjorie Taylor Greene is never far from controversy, whether she’s spewing gibberish about cheeseburgers or claiming that straight people are going extinct.
An outspoken congressman and known conspiracy theorist from Georgia’s 14th congressional district has raised eyebrows once again after mixing up her words during a House floor speech on Thursday.
Instead of “flagrantly violated,” Greene chose the adjective “fragrant.”
Greene also echoed an allegation made by Republicans that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had opposed a National Guard presence on January 6, during her statement on Thursday. The accusation is unsupported by facts, and her office has frequently refuted it.
Greene, meantime, informed The Daily Beast via a spokesman on Monday that she had hired a new intern.
Greene told the publication, “I have an intern who was abused by a priest as a young kid, was gay, has insulted everyone at some point, converted his life back to Jesus and Church, and changed his life.” “Wow!” exclaims the audience.
Milo Yiannopoulos, a far-right political commentator, former Breitbart editor, and social media troll banned from Twitter for harassing actress Leslie Jones online, is the intern in question.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene is always up to no good.
An outspoken congressman and known conspiracy theorist from Georgia’s 14th congressional district has once again raised eyebrows after mixing up her words during a House floor speech on Thursday.
Instead of flagrantly being violated, Greene used the adjective fragrant.
In a viral video, she explains why their due process rights are being so fragrantly and brutally abused.
During her remarks on Thursday, Greene also reinforced a Republican accusation that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi opposed a National Guard presence on January 6. The charge is without merit, and her administration has repeatedly denied it.
Greene meantime announced on Monday that she had hired a new intern via a representative to The Daily Beast
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According to Greene, I had an intern who was abused by a priest when he was a child, was gay, insulted everyone at some time in his life, and then transformed his life by returning to Jesus and the Church.
The intern in question is a far-right political commentator, former Breitbart editor, and social media troll who was recently banned from Twitter after harassing actress Leslie Jones online.
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