Marjorie Taylor Greene Trolls Kamala Harris With Inconvenient Reminder, Makes Larger Point in the Process – Opinion

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia has felt quite well over the past few weeks.

There was her takedown of CNN “reporter” Jim Acosta’s pathetic attempt at “gotcha” journalism, all caught on video. There was a judge’s ruling earlier this month that the claims against her by a group of radical leftists seeking to have her tossed off the ballot because she allegedly incited the Capitol riot had no merit. Greene like so many pro-life conservatives must be excited by the Supreme Court draft majority opinions leak. They reveal that she was involved in the 1973 Capitol riot. Roe v. WadeThe ruling on abortion could be reversed

That good feeling of being on the winning side of multiple arguments was likely part of what motivated Greene to take to the Twitter machine Monday to troll Vice President Kamala Harris who, like her boss, hasn’t had much to smile about politically-speaking in quite some time.

Here’s what Greene tweeted:

Many readers will recall that back in the summer of 2020 as the Antifa/Black Lives Matter-led riots were beginning to rage in Democrat-run cities across the country in response to the officer-involved death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd, Harris gleefully posted her support of the “Minnesota Freedom Fund” – a fund set up by professional agitators on the left to get those who looted small and big businesses alike and torched entire city blocks in Minneapolis out of jail.

In the immediate aftermath of the early rioting and fire-setting in Minneapolis, frustrated residents of the city – including senior citizens – were seen in interviews on TV crying and cursing about what the rioters had done, making the point that what they did helped absolutely no one. Harris had at that time dropped out the presidential race, but was still considered a potential vice president pick for Joe Biden. She was urging her supporters to contribute to the rioter rescue fund.

Harris is an ex-prosecutor who knows the typical use of these funds. The money is set aside to bail out some of the worst offenders who are arrested during so-called “peaceful protests. The same individuals invariably go on to do more wrongdoing than the original reason they were held. In the Minnesota bail bond case, this is precisely what happened. It rescued a twice-convicted, second-degree murder-accused sex offender and two men from separate violent assaults on senior citizens.

Greene’s tweet was a timely reminder that unlike the false allegations of “inciting” the Capitol riot that were made against Greene and others, the people who pretend to be the most outraged about what happened on Jan. 6th, 2020 are actually guilty in the court of public opinion of much worse, as we’ve repeatedly been shown in the aftermath of the SCOTUS leak.

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