Marjorie Taylor Greene
The conspiracy-loving lawmaker just got schooled on how education funding works.
After "Anglo Saxon" dust-up, Greene will headline event in Florida featuring "conspiracy theorists and election deniers," noted local newspaper.
Why bother actually reading a bill when you can just attack it instead? That seems to be far-right Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green’s attitude to government.
Greene was ridiculed online for saying she would read "all 14 pages" of the Green New Deal.
"The Late Show" host went medieval on the QAnon-endorsing Republican's proposal to champion Anglo-Saxon political traditions.
But the conservative Republican member of Congress still vows to push Donald Trump's "America First agenda with my congressional colleagues."
GOP Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar appear to be behind the group that aims to push "uniquely Anglo-Saxon political traditions."
Crackpot Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is rolling in cash after an impressive haul of donations in the first quarter, suggesting a new attack ad from moderate Republicans may struggle to dent her grassroots support.
The conspiracy-peddling House member has been stripped of her committee assignments, but not her MAGA fan base.
“Because of all the immoral, un-American things Marjorie Taylor Greene stands for, we don’t stand with her."