Marjorie Melts Down On Fellow Republicans Who Rejected Censure of Rashida Tlaib

Marge is big mad.

After 23 fellow House Republicans voted to table the motion brought by Marge to censure Rep. Rashida Tlaib, the Georgia hellcat brought the fight to her official Congressional account on “X.”

The resolution was rejected in a 222-186 vote on Thursday. 

Marge, who was booted from the Freedom Caucus in July after she called Lauren Boebert ​​a “little b—-h” on the House floor during an argument over their dueling resolutions to impeach President Joe Biden, still has daggers out for Bobo.

In a post (from her official Congressional account) directing vitriol at Texas Republican Chip Roy, who she labeled with the moniker “Colonel Sanders,” Marge insulted two birds with one stone by hurling “vaping groping Lauren Boebert” in the same post.

Marge also went after Republicans for failing to impeach Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, doing “nothing” to stop the first impeachment of former President Donald Trump and preventing the DOJ from becoming “the very tyrannical government our founding fathers warned us about.”

But the House Head Johnson says everything is cool. Nothing to see here.

Yesterday we waited for Vermont Democratic Rep. Becca Balint to bring forth her own resolution to censure Marge, in what seemed to be a tit-for-tat reaction to the resolution against Tlaib. It didn’t happen.

“The fact remains that my Republican colleagues have allowed Rep. Greene to spew hatred and bigotry for far too long. Vermonters sent me to Congress to uphold the values of fairness and truth, and to protect our democracy. That means speaking out against a bully. I was fully prepared to move my resolution forward, and I plan to call this up for a vote at any time should we see continued vile rhetoric from Rep. Greene and her colleagues,” Balint said in a statement.

But she added, “when 23 Republicans said ‘no’ to Rep. Greene’s bigotry, I saw this situation a little differently. I want to thank them for doing the right thing. And I’m going to hold back on the vote for now.”

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