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PLAINVILLE, GEORGIA - MAY 20: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) flexes her muscles during a Bikers for Trump campaign event held at the Crazy Acres Bar & Grill on May 20, 2022 in Plainville, Georgia. Rep. Greene is running for a second congressional term in the state's upcoming midterm primary. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The Mandatory Guide to Being Stuck in an Elevator With Marjorie Taylor Greene

In order to be a successful Republican politician these days, you have to abide (religiously) by a very simple script: deny science and facts despite overwhelming evidence, promote debunked conspiracies, spread hatred and intolerance of LGBT people, bash immigrants, ignore the cause of school shootings and simp for the NRA, and deny and undermine democratic elections. Sure, the Democratic party has its own problems and is by no means perfect, but Republicans have lost their ever-loving minds. The leader of this B-horror circus is none other than Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA).

For the uninitiated, Greene only came into office in 2020 after essentially scaring off her then-Democratic opponent and running unopposed. Ever since usurping office, she has promoted far-right, white supremacist, and antisemitic conspiracy theories including the white genocide conspiracy theory, QAnon, and Pizzagate. Before running for Congress, she advocated for executing prominent Democratic politicians. As a Congresswoman, she equated the Democratic Party with Nazis and compared COVID-19 safety measures to the persecution of Jews during the HolocaustAs a result of this mindless wacko’s rants, she’s been booted off Twitter. 

But the height of her laughable nonsense came when she blamed Jewish space lasers for wildfires in California. But since this woman has dysentery of the mouth and simply can’t discover a brain cell in that massive gourd of hers, she most recently claimed that Bill Gates is going to replace meat in a (hold your laughs) peach tree dish.

She’s truly insane and shouldn’t be allowed within 100 yards of Congress nonetheless be a part of it. So can you imagine what it might be like to be stuck in an elevator with Marjorie Taylor Greene? We can. And we’re here to get you through it.

Cover Photo: Win McNamee / Staff (Getty Images)


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