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Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Latest Campaign Ad Is So Batsh*t Crazy It’ll Leave You Speechless

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is running for reelection, which is no surprise when you consider that the most worthless members of Congress almost always seek to stay in office, even though they don’t do a damn thing but whine and draw a salary of $174,000 a year.

The worthless part is even more true for Greene, who was booted from her committee assignments for the disgusting things she’s said, some of them after she had taken office:

The Georgia freshman has come under fire in recent weeks for her history of trafficking in racism, anti-Semitism and baseless conspiracy theories, along with her support for online comments encouraging violence against Democratic officials prior to taking office.

And now we have what may well wind up being the most batshit crazy campaign ad in American political history, with Greene ranting as she attacks George Soros, President Joe Biden, and “the globalist economy.”

On the flip side, Greene manages to praise failed, one-term, twice-impeached former President Donald Trump and make excuses for Russian dictator Vladimir Putin, insinuating that Democrats want to go to war in Ukraine to keep Putin from imposing his will on a nation of over 41 million people.

Here, see for yourself:

That led the Republican Accountability Project to ask a pertinent question:

“What do you think the most ridiculous part is? No wrong answers.”

HuffPost notes that Greene’s use of a Linkin Park song is likely to get her in big trouble with the band:

Fans of the rock band Linkin Park, meanwhile, asked if the members of the group knew if Fleurie, Jung Youth and Tommee Profitt’s reworked version of their hit song “In The End” was being used in the spot.

A pro-Trump video featuring the same cover was removed from Twitter in 2020 after being retweeted by the then-president. At the time, Jung Youth slammed its use as “propaganda.”

Linkin Park’s late frontman, Chester Bennington, was no fan of Trump. Representatives for the group did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s request for comment.

As for the question of what people considered the most ridiculous part of the Greene ad, some of the responses were pure gold.

By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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