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Marjorie Taylor Greene slammed for saying 'there are TWO genders': 'People don't choose to be transgender'

The 10-second-video shows her putting up the sign outside her office and it has already been viewed over 1 million times with tons of comments 
UPDATED FEB 25, 2021
Marjorie Taylor Greene (Getty Images)
Marjorie Taylor Greene (Getty Images)

As if she hadn't earned enough wrath already, Majorie Taylor Green has gotten herself into trouble once again by posting a sign outside her Congressional office, attacking the Equality Act. The sign reads, "There are TWO genders: MALE & FEMALE. Trust The Science!" She also shared a video on Twitter of her putting up the sign and took a dig at Senator Marie Newman, who is trying to pass the Equality Act. 

Greene tweeted, "Our neighbor, @RepMarieNewman, wants to pass the so-called "Equality" Act to destroy women’s rights and religious freedoms. Thought we’d put up ours so she can look at it every time she opens her door."


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Greene's video came in response to Democrat Marie Newman's original video, which shows her placing a transgender flag outside her office. She tweeted, "Our neighbor, @RepMTG, tried to block the Equality Act because she believes prohibiting discrimination against trans Americans is “disgusting, immoral, and evil.” Thought we’d put up our Transgender flag so she can look at it every time she opens her door."

Greene wasted no time to come up with a response to Newman's tweet as she shared the video of her putting the "there are TWO genders" sign just a few hours later. The 10-second-video has already been viewed over 1M times with tons of comments.


'Marjorie is such a moron'

Greene based her argument about the existence of only two genders on science, but people are not willing to accept that as her justification to look down upon other genders. A significant number of social media users have called her out for her lack of awareness. 

One tweeted, "YOU ARE SERIOUSLY A DISGUSTING WO-MAN. I bet your hormone imbalance and self hate of NOT appearing as a feminine woman has led you to where you are in your life. VILE, masculine features and displacing self hatred on others. @AOC PLEASE SAVE US from this TRASH." Another added, "Seriously, Marjorie is such a moron. Why do we even give her the time of day let alone acknowledge her on Twitter. She's so sad that even the Georgians here only show up to say they met her so they can laugh at her afterwards. So sad..... @RepMTG."

One wrote, "Someone get this fool a reality TV show so she can get the attention she craves without bringing her bigotry to Congress. #GOPDomesticTerrorists." Another said, "I have a neuroscience degree from Harvard, medical & research degrees from Yale, and I research gender identity. Science is not even remotely on your side here. We don’t have time or space for our politicians to be wasting time with hate."





'People don't choose to be transgender'

Several members of the LGBTQ+ community have mercilessly slammed Greene for her ignorance about other genders and for taking a dig at Newman, who herself has a transgender daughter.

One tweeted, "Maryanne you need to read about being transgender, its far more than clothing! That’s a uneducated statement and it’s not a good idea to voice your opinion on a subject you clearly no nothing about! Siding with Marjorie at all who believes the QAnon conspiracy says a lot!" Another added, "My congresswoman, @RepMarieNewman has a transgender daughter. I cannot handle the amount of rage I hold for Marjorie Taylor Greene. Literally not possible for me to quantify." One tweeted, "Conservatives" such as Marjorie would have blocked abolition of slavery, women's suffrage, and civil rights for African-Americans. People don't choose to be transgender."