Marjorie Taylor Green, the Republican Congresswoman from Georgia who has become famous for her support of countless insane conspiracy theories, is being made fun of on Twitter for posting a message of support she "found" in Washington D.C.
The message, "Stand with MTG," was written in the snow with footprints leading away. Greene claims to have simply happened upon the writing, but many online believe she wrote it there herself.
Spotted in DC! #StandWithMTG https://t.co/hdJsQPZEEH— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸)1612138229.0
@mtgreenee Cool now take a picture of the bottom of your shoes.— Brian Tyler Cohen (@Brian Tyler Cohen)1612142017.0
@mtgreenee LMAO YOU CAN TELL SHE MADE IT There are foot prints that are made to make it "look" like they walked a… https://t.co/lypVgB9uUT— David Hogg (He / Him) (@David Hogg (He / Him))1612139810.0
Greene's message spawned a deluge of memes online.
@mtgreenee JUST IN: Photograph of the person who drew the "Stand with Marjorie Taylor Greene" hashtag in the snow: https://t.co/6iMgCoPfla— Twice-Impeached, One-Term Trumpy (parody) (@Twice-Impeached, One-Term Trumpy (parody))1612139056.0
@mtgreenee same energy https://t.co/slgJl2cy23— Jason Alinsky (@Jason Alinsky)1612148094.0
@mtgreenee Spotted in DC! Text RESIGN to 954-954. https://t.co/ZSV2h5CXLD— March For Our Lives (@March For Our Lives)1612144629.0
Many other people used photoshop to put more appropriate messages in the D.C. snow.
@mtgreenee https://t.co/PYqOP79qeR— Pete Woods, Space Guardian (@Pete Woods, Space Guardian)1612145755.0
@mtgreenee Fixed it. #ExpelMTG https://t.co/mZ7GziVPxt— VoteVets (@VoteVets)1612146727.0
The "Jewish space lasers" Greene recently accused of starting California's forest fires also made an appearance in many tweets.
@mtgreenee I zap you from space! Phew phew phew https://t.co/pCihySGwAK— (((Ray))) (@(((Ray))))1612139079.0
@mtgreenee https://t.co/NRnXi9AyrS— Timothy McGinnis (@Timothy McGinnis)1612138327.0
@mtgreenee not you writing that in the snow yourself 😭😭 byeeee Marjorie Taylor Greene must resign or be expelled.… https://t.co/20ICHcRMyP— March For Our Lives (@March For Our Lives)1612143486.0
Greene's reputation wasn't in a great place before this incident, but becoming the subject of a meme war certainly isn't going to help.
@mtgreenee Also spotted in DC - a document signed by the same person who wrote in the snow. The G's betray you. 🙄 https://t.co/ynpByuVw0p— Deb Elias 😷 (@Deb Elias 😷)1612144404.0
@mtgreenee Spotted in your district, this is actually real and actually matters. https://t.co/igVBB5K5bQ— SeeMoore (@SeeMoore)1612142562.0
The Capitol's greatest mystery on this day might just be the question of who exactly wrote this message in the snow.
@mtgreenee Who did you pay to do this— Travis Allen 🇺🇸 (@Travis Allen 🇺🇸)1612138256.0
Whether or not Marjorie Taylor Greene wrote this message of support herself, the admiration of conspiracy theorists nataionwide is hardly something to be proud of in the grand scheme of things.