Did Marjorie Taylor Greene rub crotch of Trump cutout in viral video? Internet surprised 'she didn't bend over'

Greene is seen saying, 'he is good, he is fantastic' and reaching out to touch the crotch of the cutout, leaving the audience bursting with laughter

Did Marjorie Taylor Greene rub crotch of Trump cutout in viral video? Internet surprised 'she didn't bend over'
Marjorie Taylor Greene and Donald Trump (Getty Images)
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An old video of Marjorie Taylor Greene has gone viral on the internet for all the wrong reasons. The clip shared on Twitter by Resist Programming has shown the conspiracy theorist Rep. bringing a cardboard cutout of former President Donald Trump on stage. From the video, it appears to be a meeting related to the Republican party and the year written in the background says 2020. After placing the cardboard cutout of the 74-year-old, Greene suddenly moved her hand on it and said, “He is good, he is fantastic” and reached out to the crotch, leaving the audience bursting with laughter.

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Another part of the video then showed Greene making some bizarre claims. She confidently claimed, “The Democrat party is no longer an American party... they have turned so far left, they are now an un-American party, and they are trying desperately to change our country.” The far-right politician’s speech did not stop there as the next video showed her stating, “We need to unmask America”. She added, “I express my views we need to re-up an America, I express my views as a mother that masks are not good for kids, they need to see their teachers’ faces, their parents’ faces, their caregivers’ faces because they need to see their smiles .”

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Since going online, the clips have been retweeted thousands of times with many people commenting on them. One user’s comment on the “crotch rubbing” clip stated, “OMG! Is that how she touches real children too?” Another person wrote, “It's blowing my mind that rubbing the crotch of a cardboard cutout of Donald Trump may very well be the least offensive thing she's done.” The third user tweeted, “Honestly super impressed she didn’t bend over in front of him. Way to practice restraint,  GUUURL! The...one time...she’s ever restrained herself.”

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A view of the MoveOn Mobile Billboard and Protest at Rep. Kevin McCarthy's Bakersfield office demanding removal of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from House Committee on Education and Labor on February 04, 2021 in Bakersfield, California (Getty Images)

 


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“If Al Franken juxtaposed his hands so that a photo would look like he is fondling a woman, he would probably be drummed out of the Senate............. Oh, yeah, he actually was drummed out for that reason. Never mind,” the fourth user noted. The fifth stated, “WTAF was that?! Great  now I have to wonder what she does with that cut out at night.” The sixth added: “I happened to watch it muted first and now I can't decide which is worse. Without sound, you just see her fondling there without any context (ew), but with sound you hear the cult adulating at the cardboard manifestation of their god-king. (also ew).”

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U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) (L) talks to Rep. Bob Good (R-VA) as they walk in the Cannon tunnel after a vote at the U.S. Capitol February 4, 2021 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

 


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Greene recently found herself in trouble when House of Representatives voted to remove her from committee roles on February 4. The decision was taken because of her past controversial statement, where she made "calls to violence against members of Congress". Not just that, she had a long term history of making eyebrow-raising statements along with her support for conspiracy theories such as QAnon. The eleven Republican representatives who voted her out from House panels are Adam Kinzinger, Brian Fitzpatrick, John Katko, Nicole Malliotakis, Fred Upton, Carlos A Giménez, Chris Jacobs, Young Kim, Maria Elvira Salazar, Chris Smith, and Mario Diaz-Balart.

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