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Marjorie Taylor Greene Blasted for Call for Decorum After Displaying Sexual Photos

Author: Christopher Wiggins

During a House subcommittee hearing Thursday, Rep. Robert Garcia, a gay CaliforniaDemocrat, mocked Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, an anti-LGBT+ GeorgiaRepublican firebrand, after she interrupted him to have the committee chairman remind him of decorum rules. He pointed to her presentation of signs last week that were sexually explicit as an example of her hypocrisy.

“Marjorie needs to remember she showed us a di*k pic last week,” Garcia tweeted following Greene’s interruption of his comments at a hearing on the COVID-19 vaccine.

During the hearing, Garcia displayed a tweet from Greene. In it, she compared vaccines and masks to the yellow Star of David, which Nazis forced Jews to wear during the Holocaust.

“We have seen this tweet behind us before,” Garcia said, gesturing to a poster of the magnified tweet. “And this person, of course, sits on this very committee, who just actually gave some very irresponsible facts to our witnesses and the committee as well.”

“But just like [Robert F. Kennedy Jr.] and other conspiracy theorists, members of this committee continue and continue to attack vaccines,” the congressman continued. “Vaccines save lives. The pandemic cost us 1.3 plus million Americans. It’s the single largest, most devastating loss of life event that we’ve had in the modern era.”

Garcia lost both parents to the novel coronavirus while he was the mayor of Long Beach.

Garcia was interrupted by Greene, who asked that all members “be reminded of the rules of decorum.”

“What rules are those,” Garcia responded.

Following Greene’s objection, Rep. Brad Wenstrup of Ohio, chairman of the Oversight Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, spoke.

“While vigorous disagreement is part of the legislative process, members are reminded that we must adhere to established standards of decorum and debate,” Wenstrup read. “It is a violation of House rules and the rules of this committee to engage in personalities regarding other members or to question the motives of a colleague.”

Garcia reflected on Greene’s display at a House Oversight Committee hearing last week during which two IRS whistleblowers testified. The signs showed graphic sexual images from what she claimed was Hunter Biden’s laptop hard drive. Garcia and other members of the panel hearing allegations about the government’s investigation of the president’s son questioned the display of the images.

“Today’s hearing is like most of the majority’s investigations and hearings: A lot of allegations, zero proof, no receipts — but apparently, some di*k pics,” Garcia declared.

Garcia has been open about wanting to correct Greene’s misinformation and defend against her attacks on marginalized groups.

Garcia told The Advocate upon his election in November that Greene was “exactly what’s wrong in our country.”

He added, “I’m sure she’s not going to like me very much.”

It appears he was right about that.

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Author: Christopher Wiggins

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