Marjorie Taylor Greene completely loses it

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is an angry person. Something is terribly awry in her orbit, as evidenced by her erratic and inappropriate behaviors. Instead of working for her constituents in Georgia’s 14th congressional district (where she doesn’t even live), she spends her time spouting disinformation and fomenting hate. It’s obvious that Greene even loathes herself. She’s also one of the most visible faces of the GOP, and she’s an example of just how vulgar and perilous that party is.

From promulgating the Big Lie, to espousing QAnon conspiracy theories, to bullying congressional colleagues, to stirring up distain for marginalized communities, and to posting explicative-filled rants online, Greene shows us frequently that all is not well with her, and that she does not deserve to be in the US Congress.

This week, Greene showed us yet another ugly moment when she posted a video to a MAGA social media platform. Greene said “Joe Biden, you’re not a president, you’re a piece of sh*t.” She went on to say “Do your job.” Greene doesn’t have to like our president, who’s a welcome relief after the incompetence and decay of The Former Guy (TFG), but resorting to immature use of explicatives is beneath the office she holds. Furthermore, President Biden is doing his job, and it’s rich that anyone could say he’s not doing his job after four years of the lazy, always-golfing disaster we had with TFG; TFG didn’t do his job and was utterly incapable of doing his job. Greene is bad for Georgia, she’s bad for the United States, and we need to help her retire from Congress in the 2022 mid-term elections.

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