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LOL: White House Runs Damage Control After MTG Hammered Joe Biden On “MAGA Republicans” Statement

Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene just ripped President Slow Joe Biden to pieces in a public statement on Twitter, taking him to task over everything from the crisis at the border to the American energy independence collapse. At the end of her brutal takedown of Slow Joe, MGT even told Joe Biden to “Go to hell”!

Along with the remark Greene made on Twitter, she also shared a video of Biden saying that he did not respect MAGA Republicans. In the clip the president said: “I don’t respect these MAGA Republicans.” Greene accused Biden in her response, of allowing drugs into the country by leaving the border “wide open,” arming the Taliban and supporting the genital mutilation of children. Specifically, she said:

I don’t respect you for leaving our border wide open allowing an invasion & deadly drugs in daily. Arming the Taliban, wrecking our economy, killing our energy independence, & supporting killing the unborn & genital mutilation of children. Go to hell Joe.”

Watch the video she shared of Slow Joe here, in the tweet:

The clip MGT shared goes along with her statement. In it, Biden is declaring that he doesn’t respect “MAGA Republicans” because they’re…mean, or something, saying:

There are not many real Republicans anymore. By the way, your sitting governor, he’s a Republican you can deal with … I respect conservative Republicans. I don’t respect these MAGA Republicans.”

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It was during that same Bethesda, MD fundraiser speech that Biden ridiculously called the MAGA outlook and agenda “semi-fascism,” saying:

What we’re seeing now is the beginning or the death knell of an extreme MAGA philosophy. It’s not just Trump, it’s the entire philosophy that underpins the, I’m going to say something, it’s like semi-fascism.

So MGT, in her tweet, both reminded everyone of his (many) failures and of the speech in which he called us semi-fascists. Pretty good for one tweet.

And that’s just the beginning. MGT also took Brandon to task for the student loan forgiveness nonsense recently, as you can watch here:

Well, apparently that attack on Slow Jow was so good that the official White House Twitter account felt that it needed to get involved in sticking up for the smooth-brained president, saying, as a quote tweet of the above video: “Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene had $183,504 in PPP loans forgiven.”

It then went on to “call out” other anti-student debt forgiveness Republicans for taking PPP loans, saying:

“Congressman Vern Buchanan had over $2.3 million in PPP loans forgiven.”

“Congressman Markwayne Mullin had over $1.4 million in PPP loans forgiven.”

“Congressman Kevin Hern had over $1 million in PPP loans forgiven.”

“Congressman Mike Kelly had $987,237 in PPP loans forgiven.”

“Congressman Matt Gaetz had $482,321 in PPP loans forgiven.”

Ignored there is that the PPP loans were meant to keep the economy running and were only necessary and available because the government shut down businesses to fight Covid. Forgiving them was reasonable given that the government effectively required that they be taken for businesses to survive Covid.

Student debt, on the other hand, was entirely optional, as is going to college. There’s no reason the taxpayer should bear the burden of some blue-hair not being able to pay off her PhD in Ethiopian LGBTQ poetry.

By: Gen Z Conservative, editor of GenZConservative.com. Follow me on Facebook and Subscribe to My Email List

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