Far-right Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene—commonly referred to by her initials of "MTG"—received online backlash again after another heated exchange.
Greene attempted to offend conservative Wyoming GOP Representative Liz Cheney by calling her a "Karen"—a move Twitter users are calling "the death of irony."
On Thursday, Cheney made a social media post where she called out ultra-conservative Fox host Tucker Carlson for his upcoming special surrounding the January 6 Capitol riot.
The January 6 riot involved several hundred supporters of former Republican President Donald Trump who stormed the U.S. Capitol building to protest Trump's 2020 Presidential re-election loss.
In Carlson's special surrounding the riot, he suggested the insurrection was actually a "false flag," meaning the attack was perpetrated by an outside group in an attempt to vilify Trump and his supporters.
Cheney made a post on Twitter to call out Carlson, as well as Fox News itself, for lying about the cause of the Capitol riot.
In response to Cheney's post, Greene wrote:
"Are you calling @TuckerCarlson's manager, Karen?"
Greene calling Cheney a "Karen," or a stereotypically privileged, entitled White woman, has many people feeling she might be projecting...
Greene herself was once called "Osama Bin Karen" by late night comedian Trevor Noah.
Greene is a known conspiracy theorist, peddling outrageous theories from ultra-conservative conspiracy cult QAnon.
QAnon believes there's a secret cabal of satanic, pedophilic cannibals who run a global sex trafficking ring and used a Jewish space laser to start wildfires in an attempt to cost Trump his Presidential reelection in 2020.
It's a popular conspiracy theory believed by Trump supporters.
Greene also compared mandatory face mask mandates to the Holocaust, pushed anti-evolution conspiracy theories and even showed public support for social media posts calling for the execution of Democrats.
While this is only the latest in a series of outrageous statements Greene has made, it's sure to not be the last.