Oops! Marjorie Taylor Greene flubs when she criticizes AOC — as well as her own voters (video)

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She’s a walking talking emetic.


holy fuck , I hate that racist, bigoted [woman]


If Karma exists in the world, MTG and BoeBoe will accidentally shoot themselves or each other while doing something stupid.


What career did she have? Bought her father’s business with her husband (I’m sure she got a good deal) and had no involvement in running it. Used her wealth to start a crossfit gym which she ran for 4 and a half years. She has admitted she knew nothing about running a business.

So at the age of 48 she has 4 and half years of work experience and she is insulting the careers of others?!


hey, bartending is an honorable and good career!
hell, my favorite bartender makes a good living off my patronage!


Wow, that explains a bit, she never had to grow up, that’s why she still acts like a spoiled middle school kid.


Any time in the future when one is tempted to try to figure out her strategy when she says something that seems to go against her political interests/Republican talking points, one can remember this. This is no strategy. She just says whatever stupid shit pops into her head, usually as part of an attack on someone, and then only thinks about what she’s saying after she says it, if at all.


MTG has nothing on AOC’s intelligence, drive and initiative.

Ocasio-Cortez attended Yorktown High School, graduating in 2007.[16] In high school and college, Ocasio-Cortez went by the name of “Sandy Ocasio”.[17] She came in second in the microbiology category of the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in 2007 with a research project on the effect of antioxidants on the lifespan of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.[18][19] In a show of appreciation for her efforts, the MIT Lincoln Laboratory named a small asteroid after her: 23238 Ocasio-Cortez.[20][21] In high school, she took part in the National Hispanic Institute’s Lorenzo de Zavala (LDZ) Youth Legislative Session. She later became the LDZ Secretary of State while she attended Boston University. Ocasio-Cortez had a John F. Lopez Fellowship.[22]

After graduating from high school, Ocasio-Cortez enrolled at Boston University. Her father died of lung cancer in 2008 during her second year,[23][24] and Ocasio-Cortez became involved in a lengthy probate battle to settle his estate. She has said that the experience helped her learn “first-hand how attorneys appointed by the court to administer an estate can enrich themselves at the expense of the families struggling to make sense of the bureaucracy”.[25] During college, Ocasio-Cortez served as an intern for U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy in his section on foreign affairs and immigration issues.[26] She recalled, “I was the only Spanish speaker, and as a result, as basically a kid – a 19-, 20-year-old kid – whenever a frantic call would come into the office because someone is looking for their husband because they have been snatched off the street by ICE, I was the one that had to pick up that phone. I was the one that had to help that person navigate that system.”[26] Ocasio-Cortez graduated cum laude [27] from Boston University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in both international relations and economics.[28][29][22][30]

After college, Ocasio-Cortez moved back to the Bronx and took a job as a bartender and waitress to help her mother—a house cleaner and school bus driver—fight foreclosure of their home.[31][32] She later launched Brook Avenue Press, a now-defunct publishing firm for books that portrayed the Bronx in a positive light.[33][34] Ocasio-Cortez also worked for the nonprofit National Hispanic Institute.[22][35][36]

During the 2016 primary, Ocasio-Cortez worked as an organizer for Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign.[37] After the general election, she traveled across America by car, visiting places such as Flint, Michigan, and Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota, and speaking to people affected by the Flint water crisis and the Dakota Access Pipeline.[38] In an interview she recalled her December 2016 visit to Standing Rock as a tipping point, saying that before that, she had believed that the only way to run for office effectively was to have access to wealth, social influence, and power. But her visit to North Dakota, where she saw others “putting their whole lives and everything that they had on the line for the protection of their community”, inspired her to begin to work for her own community.[39] One day after she visited North Dakota, she got a phone call from Brand New Congress, which was recruiting progressive candidates (her brother had nominated her soon after Election Day 2016).[40] She has credited Jabari Brisport’s unsuccessful City Council campaign with restoring her belief in electoral politics, in running as a socialist candidate, and in Democratic Socialists of America as an organization.[41]


All in one breath.

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So being a politician isn’t a career?

Not necessarily this but, I think she’s found a link between circular breathing and circular reasoning. Kenny G., Empty G? I can’t listen to either one.

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So… It’s almost like she developed a career, and maybe, just maybe, the bartending was a necessity to earn money easy, temporarily…

Weird that, if you listen to Marjorie, you’d think she knew nothing and did nothing. Maybe not listening to her is the way forward…

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She’ll still come and yell through your mail slot.

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Isn’t the American Dream about working hard and progressing?

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Thank you, sir. I had gone to Wikipedia to check up on details before posting. The Republicans keep screaming bartender as an insult, which we all know isn’t. Then they also refuse to acknowledge her graduating cum laude with a double major from Boston University.

But worst of all, is that you know they would never acknowledge the reason a Boston U graduate would be a bartender was to support her family. When I graduated with my masters, it took some time to find a job in my field, so for about 3-4 months I was unloading trucks at a local Montgomery Ward’s outlet store (yes, that was a long time ago).

Of course, they refuse to see the hypocrisy when they scream that everyone is lazy and won’t get a job because restaurants and retailers can’t find employees. Belittling bartenders isn’t going to help.


I’ve never had any doubt that MTG knows a lot of good bartenders. The only question was how many she remembers having seen after her daily brain-emptying benders.

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Yep. She’s rotten through and through, and her fans and enablers surround her like corpse flies.

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