There’s a perfect gif, but it’s melzimatic’s perogative…
Don’t worry, she’ll keep trying. Her kind never learn.
I thought that she was paying her fines out of her campaign funds, but if they take the money straight out of her paycheck, as she says, that has me wondering - can she use campaign funds for her personal living expenses? My understanding of the law is she can’t. Does she have other income? Is she going to subsequently fall afoul of campaign finance laws as a result of her refusing to follow these rules? (It would be delicious if that was something she got hit with, in addition to facing the consequences of all her other traitorous bullshit.)
Edit: I guess she still owns her construction company, so presumably that’s her income? She’s reportedly been making bad investments (e.g. Trump’s social media venture), so she might not have the income she did before she entered office. If she’s racking up fines faster than her salary can cover them, is she going to end up with negative salary at this point, or does that just mean she gets to flout the rule with no additional consequences?
The story has a link to another story, where she does the complaining:
She claims she’s “working for free” but that assumes she’s actually, y’know, working, which I seriously doubt.
well… not with all these russian sanctions in place
She’s sitting in Congress (sometimes) being an ass for no money!
I’m sure her buddy old buddy L.B. can just loan her some of the money she made from selling tainted pork sliders.
Rep. Greene complained to Alex Jones that she has lost her entire congressional salary due to her refusal to comply with the mask mandate on the House floor. Each violation of the mask mandate costs Greene $2,500.
The first sentence of the blockquote.
Maybe Bobo can just give her the
She is working! Working against democracy, working against sanity, working for white supremist. I could go on but it gets depressing.
Well, I cannot deny that she’s spending a lot of energy blithering her mouth toward those ends ¯\(ツ)/¯
It’s not about learning, it’s all a grift.
That reminds me: it’s been a long time since I heard the GOP call itself the “party of personal responsibility”.