Marjorie Taylor Greene Trolls Dem Opponent’s Office But Gets Shocked By What She Sees [VIDEO]

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GEORGIA – Prior to Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene securing her victory at the GOP primary this week, she stopped by the campaign office of her Democratic rival Marcus Flowers to wish him good luck – but also happened upon a rather disgusting mess inside of the Democrat’s office.

When it comes to Democrat-run cities and states, there are no shortage of examples available regarding enclaves, pockets, and entire cities that are generally filthy – such as San Francisco having a literal problem with poop in the streets.

While some could crack jokes that perhaps Democrats’ ostensibly crappy policies can manifest into literally crappy streets, it could also be said that maybe Democrats are simply content to live in varying degrees of squalor.

In the days leading up to the May 24th primary, congresswoman Greene decided to embark upon a bit of good sportsmanship and stop by Democrat Flowers’ office to wish him “good luck,” but couldn’t help but notice that the office was more empty than a K-Mart.

Happening upon presumably a campaign volunteer or employee, Rep. Greene stated, “Hello? Hi. Just wishing you guys some luck tomorrow. How are you feeling, you feeling good about it…Oh, I’m doing great. I’m feeling fantastic about tomorrow…Okay. Is anybody– is somebody working here?”

After briefly scanning the room while conversing with the campaign volunteer, Rep. Greene noticed the generally unkempt state of the office, mentioning, “A little messy at the front door maybe. Yeah, leaving the food around – okay – and the chips. Alright, good luck guys.”

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Rep. Greene proceeded to leave the office following the brief interaction.

Despite Democrats’ and RINO Republicans’ best efforts to keep Rep. Greene off the November midterm ticket for Georgia’s 14th District, Rep. Greene went on to decimate the five other Republican challengers during the primary.

While news outlet Associated Press mentioned in a negative connotation that Rep. Greene has shown “no signs of mellowing” and is “largely unrepentant” for the controversies spurred during her time in office, her unapologetic tone and approach to her endeavors is what largely contributes to her appeal within the Republican base.

Amidst a political era where many Republican elected officials are expected to apologize – and often do apologize – for anything that offends the political left, Rep. Greene has largely refused to participate in apology tours.

Under Democratic leadership within the House, she’d already been stripped of her committee assignments for reportedly spreading “conspiracies” at a time when she wasn’t even an elected member of Congress. The move taken by Democrats against Rep. Greene in February of 2021 was seemingly unprecedented with regard to punishing her for actions taken before she’d even begun to run for office.

However, Democrats will have to deal with Rep. Greene if elected in the upcoming midterms, which are expected to be favorable to Republicans all over this year.

This piece was written by Gregory Hoyt on May 26, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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1 month ago

Go, Marjorie!!