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Marjorie Taylor Greene Upset After Being Labeled ‘Unintelligent,’ Prefers Shorter Words Like ‘Dimwit’

Marjorie Taylor Greene isn’t the sticks and stones type. In fact, words hurt her very much, especially when they have multiple syllables and are difficult to spell. She made this clear recently in a plea for public sympathy after being unfairly labeled a wit of the dimmest kind.

Leaving aside her bewildered testimony about January 6, her views on Jewish space lasers, and her stirring political ads giving away assault rifles, Greene is astonished that anyone would see her as “angry or crazy or unintelligent.”

Maybe she has the memory of a goldfish. After all, she couldn’t remember meeting Nick Fuentes despite speaking at his America First event. Nor does she recollect the racist and bigoted tirades she ran for Congress with.

She blames the media for this unfair portrait of a woman (with pants) on fire.

“They make me out as if I’m angry or crazy or basically just unintelligent, which, you know, is completely unfair,” Greene lamented. “But they say give me all the ‘isms.’ You know, ‘ists.’ Like the racist, the homophobic, um…you know, anti-Semitic. They put all those labels on me and none of them are true.”

All we can say is sorry for the many “isms” Greene has had to endure from the fake news machine of reality. Our heart goes out with thoughts and prayers for Ms. Greene.

Understandably, she has no problem swiping at others because she doesn’t know the word hypocrite yet. That’s why she felt fine roasting another lady by offering, “I just feel sorry for her child to have that kind of mother.”


Imagine if, at the end of Halloween, Michael Myers tore off his mask and cried “What about my feelings? I’ve done nothing wrong. I’m the victim here!” before plunging his knife into the nearest warm body. Yeah, we can’t wait to see the Marjorie Taylor Greene biopic either.

Cover Photo: Drew Angerer (Getty Images)


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