MAGA Marge Threatened With Removal From SOTU For Breaking House Rules

"He said, 'Well, you're going to have to leave or we're going to take you out,'" Greene said.

When Marjorie Taylor Greene showed up at the State of the Union address wearing a MAGA hat, she was asked to take it off by the Sergeant at Arms of the House of Representatives.

Talking on RSBN with her boyfriend, Greene said she was approached by the Sergeant at Arms who told her to take the hat off. “I said I’m not taking the hat off. I refuse to take it off,” she said. As the Sergeant at Arms explained that it was “about decorum,” Greene said she told him she understood and she was willing to pay a fine, face a warning “or do whatever” but she was not going to remove the hat.

  • I think she might have said “dick-orum,” but whatever. Watch below.

An 1837 House rule — that was originally intended to prohibit the wearing of hats in Congress — was amended in 2019 to accommodate for the wearing of religious headgear, such as kippahs, hijabs and turbans. The amendment passed by a 234 to 197 vote.

Also, according to official House rules, House buildings are considered official government resources. “Accordingly, as a general rule, they may not be used for the conduct of campaign or political activities,” the House rules say.

All of this in order to catch the President’s attention. Mission accomplished, but it may not have been the reaction she was expecting.

Daily Beast, Newsweek

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