Time for a QAnon Congresswoman to pack her bags

UNITED STATES - January 3: Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., wears a "Trump Won" mask during the first session of the 117th Congress in the House Chamber as members of the 117th Congress are sworn in on Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021. (Photo by Caroline Brehman/CQ Roll Call via AP Images)


“Greene linked Hillary Clinton to pedophilia and human sacrifice[12] and, in 2017, speculated the Pizzagate conspiracy theory was real.[4] Greene claimed Clinton murdered her political enemies in a revival of the ‘Clinton Kill List’ conspiracy theory.[6] In a 2018 Facebook post, Greene backed the false claim Hillary Clinton videotaped herself satanically murdering a child and then ordered the killing of a police officer to conceal the crime.”   [Wikipedia]


Margorie Taylor Greene

Till recently was never seen.

But now I think it’s pretty clear

It’s time for her to disappear.



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  • Well done. She's at least one more reason that I refuse to take "Margie" or "Marjorie" as a nickname for Margaret.

  • In reply to Margaret H. Laing:

    Does this explain why there are both Marge (Marjorie) and Maggie Simpson (named after real members of the Groening family)?

  • Thanks, Margaret. BTW, do you have any nicknames at all? Perhaps, Peg?

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    I was known as Meg when I was growing up, but I rarely use it anymore.

  • In reply to Margaret H. Laing:

    My wife is named Margaret. She dislikes all of the many nicknames associated with it. I learned that clearly in an early date.

  • Poor Lauren Boebert of western Colorado hoped to be the Annie Oakley of the U.S. House, but she has been outgunned, both literally and figuratively, by Greene.

  • In reply to jnorto:

    There's no shortage of these people, sadly...

  • This Sun-Times article on Kinsinger sums it up. The GOP has been taken over by psychotics, embracing someone who can no longer do them any good. As far as censure being an effective deterrent, thei moves to censure Liz Chaney and Cindy McCain have become badges of honor.

    It was said when Judge Carswell was nominated tor the Supreme Court thaat mediocrity was entitled to representation, but it appears that the insane are now, too.

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