Marjorie Taylor Greene Made Grand Declaration That She’s “Not Afraid Of The Civil War In The GOP,” But It Didn’t Have The Effect She Was Probably Hoping For

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Look, the midterm elections did not go off without a hitch for the Republican party. In fact, it was pretty much the exact opposite in almost every conceivable way.

So many of Donald Trump’s hand-picked candidates fell flat on their faces that it’s hard to even keep count at this point — though, let’s be honest, no one’s going to soon forget Dr. Oz’s humiliating loss that sent his “Pennsylvanian” ass packing it straight back to New Jersey in a cloud of hilarious (for us, anyway) shame.

But, suffice it to say, the rather catastrophic midterm season has sent the GOP as a whole into a bit of a tizzy, to say the very least.

More than a few Republican feathers have been ruffled since, and the infighting and finger pointing within the Conservative crowd, even among some of the most notable, high-level names, has been pretty brutally rampant. As the prognosis has gotten worse and worse for the Right-wing crowd, so has the blame game — to the point that more than a few Republican voters, supporters, and even highl-level officials have begun to point the finger at what they believe to be the ultimate source of this humiliating disaster… Donald J. Trump.

While some Republicans, like GOP Senator Josh Hawley, are saying, “The old party is dead. Time to bury it. Build something new,” others, like Georgia’s biggest stooge Marjorie Taylor Greene, are welcoming the infighting and “Civil War” within the party with wide open arms.

Marje recently made an appearance on Real America’s Voice where she made this doozy of a declaration for all the world to hear: “We’re going to fight it out. I’m not afraid of the civil war in the GOP. I lean into it.”

I’m sure she certainly thought that it made her sound tough and gritty. But, to the Americans who actually heard her, it really only made her sound like a dumbass who’s eager to blow her own party to smithereens. And, of course, Americans welcomed that with wide open arms:

Don’t threaten us with a good time, Marje.

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