Since she doesn’t actually bother to legislate or do the job she gets paid $174,000 in taxpayer’s money for, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has plenty of time to hang out on social media and post all sorts of inane bullshit.
Such was the case today when the congresswoman decided to weigh in on the issue of women’s fashion and Christianity.
Specifically, Greene stated that Christian women need to act and dress more modestly.
“This might be an unpopular opinion and could hurt some feelings.
“There are many conservative Christian women, who are influencers or leaders, that are selling themselves short and not being good role models by conforming to the world’s sexualization of women.
“If you are conservative and a Christian you know you don’t have to express yourself in sexual ways and you know you are attractive by dressing nice and feminine, and you can be beautiful and modest at the same time.
“Men will respect you more and think of you much more highly than just a sexual object for gratification. It’s also good to not tempt your Christian brothers and cause them to stumble.
“As conservative Christian women let us always be an example to girls and young women by displaying actions that our faith believes and not conform to the patterns of this fallen world.
“Be the light, don’t fall into the darkness.”
While many might agree with Greene’s advice, she’s not exactly the right person to be giving it considering her alleged past infidelities.
OK Magazine reported on Greene’s affairs back in 2021.
The controversial political figure from Georgia’s 14th Congressional District reportedly “openly cheated” on her husband Perry of 25 years with multiple men, including Craig Ivey, a polyamorous tantric sex guru, and Justin Tway, a manager at the gym she worked at.
The extramarital affairs allegedly took place a decade ago while the boisterous blonde was working in gyms in Alpharetta, Ga., about 35 miles north of Atlanta.
Greene’s hypocrisy got her lit up on Twitter/X.