“Didn’t You Cheat On Your Husband?”: MTG Gave Nasty Fashion Advice To “Conservative, Christian” Women Only For It To Backfire In Her Face

Welp. That backfired!


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Marjorie Taylor Greene got her ass handed to her by social media users across the country in the worst, yet most hilarious kind of way after she attempted to give some super gross fashion advice to “Conservative, Christian” women, only for the whole thing to blow up in her face as folks jumped on the opportunity to remind Greene of her less-than-Christian past.

In an exceedingly long-winded post on her X (formerly known as Twitter) account, the controversial Georgia Republican House Rep. took aim at her fellow Conservative women who, in her opinion, are dressing far too immodestly these days, going on to add a little extra disgustingly misogynistic flair when she warned, “It’s also good to not tempt your Christian brothers and cause them to stumble” — falling back on the ages-old Right-wing trope that every shitty thing a man does is a woman’s fault.

“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.” Greene wrote in her public social media post. “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.”

Greene, who is recently divorced and allegedly involved in multiple affairs throughout her marriage, including one extensive extramarital rendevous with a “tantric sex guru,” goes on to add, “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,” Greene’s seemingly never-ending rant continued. “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.”

You can bet your bottom dollar, Greene’s comments were on fire after this mess:

The resounding hypocrisy and total lack of self-awareness is literally astounding at this point.

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