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MTG's Blunt Assessment Of Republican Politicians Is A Self-Own For The Ages

MAGA Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene dropped a truth bomb on her fellow GOPers about Republican voters being 'sick and tired' of their ineffectiveness.

Marjorie Taylor Greene
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Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene was mocked online after she dropped a truth bomb about her fellow Republicans and opined that Republican voters are "sick and tired" of their ineffectiveness.

Greene's candid remarks came during an interview with CNN's Manu Raju. She emphasized that Republican politicians frequently engage in campaign trail rhetoric, television appearances, short hearing videos, and social media posts, promising to fight and halt government actions.

However, she pointed out, the results often do not match the promises made, leaving voters feeling disillusioned.

You can hear what she said in the video below.

Greene said:

“Republican voters across the country are sick and tired of Republicans because they never do anything to hold this government accountable."
“Republicans go out on the campaign trail, and go on TV, and do their five-minute hearing videos, and post up on social media and say all this garbage about how they’re going to fight it and stop it." ...
"I feel like many of the American people feel that Republicans in Congress completely fail them. I feel the same way and I'm a Republican member of Congress."

That was rich coming from Greene—a prominent conspiracy theorist and MAGA obstructionist—and people mocked her almost immediately.

This isn't the first time Greene has made headlines for a hilarious self-own.

She was mocked over the summer after she criticized Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' indictment of former President Donald Trump, saying Willis should be "going after" rapists instead.

Greene's comments came after a grand jury in Georgia investigating Trump's attempts to overturn the 2020 election result handed up a criminal indictment that resulted in more charges for the ex-President.

But Greene's hilariously tone-deaf complaint ignored the fact that by going after Trump, Willis was arguably doing just that: going after a rapist.

Trump has had at least 19 women accuse him of sexual misconduct. In fact, earlier this year, Trump was found liable for sexual abuse in a New York lawsuit filed by writer E. Jean Carroll, who accused Trump of raping her in a Manhattan department store in the 1990s.