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‘I Could Care Less’: Marjorie Taylor Greene Flips Out At Censuring Resolution For Showing Sexual Images in Congress



Marjorie Taylor Greene

Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Tuesday slammed a censuring resolution brought forth by Democratic colleague Rep. Becca Balint (D-Vt.) over her abhorrent conduct. The resolution lists around 40 points of contention against Greene, citing her controversial comments and actions. These include displaying censored sexual images of Hunter Biden, referring to Muslim members of Congress as part of the “Jihad Squad,” and attending a white nationalist event. It also addresses Greene’s comparison of COVID-19 vaccinations to Nazi actions and other grievances.

Balint emphasized that censuring Greene is vital for the well-being of democracy and the public’s trust in government. She pointed out that Greene’s rhetoric, which includes racism, antisemitism, and transphobia, has no place in the House of Representatives. Balint sees her duty as a congresswoman to alleviate suffering and support communities, while Greene’s focus on conspiracy theories and hate speech undermines these efforts.

“For me, censuring Rep. Taylor Greene is about the health of our democracy and faith in government. Her antisemitic, racist, transphobic rhetoric has no place in the House of Representatives,” Balint said in a statement.

“I ran for Congress after watching on January 6th that anti-democratic messages and fear-mongering have real consequences for our democracy. Unserious elected officials like Taylor Greene make a mockery of our democratic institutions and derail us from the urgent work we’ve been tasked with,” Balint said. “This job is about alleviating suffering and supporting our communities, and instead Taylor Greene uses her position as a megaphone for conspiracy theories and hate speech. There must be a counterforce that comes from within Congress. It begins with principled members standing up and saying we have had enough.”

Greene dismissed the resolution, disregarding Balint as a “freshman Democrat” attempting “a ridiculous stunt.”

“I don’t know who this freshman Democrat is. They must have terrible fundraising numbers because they’re pulling some ridiculous stunt,” Greene said. “Looks like four pages of slander, because I looked at the first few lines and I was like, ‘That’s not even true.’”

“I could care less,” Greene added.

Despite previous reprimands by Democrats, Greene has not been officially censured by the House. In the past, she lost her committee assignments for promoting conspiracy theories and endorsing violent content online.

Greene’s display of sexual images of Hunter Biden during a committee hearing also led to an ethics complaint filed by Biden’s attorney. The resolution was introduced as privileged, allowing Balint to potentially force a floor action on the matter in the future if there’s no immediate action by the Republican leadership.


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