There are certain so-called politicians who, in my opinion, aren’t good enough even to enter the Capitol, let alone be given the title of Congressperson. Two of those people are G&G — Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene. These two walking, talking nightmares have not one thing to offer America — except cruelty, jeering remarks, and a whole lot of crazy.
The two G’s attempted to steal the spotlight on the first anniversary of January 6th by appearing on Steve Bannon’s stomach-turning radio program and then holding a press conference which few covered. Defiant as ever, the laughing stocks declared “we’re ashamed of nothing” in regards to January 6th.
The two halfwits also tried to blame the violence at the Capitol on the FBI and Police. So much for backing the blue. These shenanigans are for attention and to please their master, assolini. Yet, we need to pay attention to them because they’re dangerous.
Can we eject them from Congress? It will be hard but not impossible. Gaetz is in a very red district. So there is a difficulty here, but that doesn’t mean we should not give it our all. Now we come to Greene. Her district is considered by many to be one of the most conservative in the state of Georgia. Again this doesn’t mean we should not try.
However, the districts have been redrawn, and it is reported that the new maps might be more favorable to democrats. Holly McCormack, who wants to unseat Greene, says that with the maps, there are over ten thousand new Democrats in the district.
Both races are going to be challenging. Neither will be a walk in the park. I say we try our hardest, though. Although with Gaetz, there is a chance he won’t even run as he may well be indicted before the end of 2022.