Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, you’ve probably noticed that the entire DC establishment is ganging up on a freshman Georgia congresswoman for her beliefs. Spoiler alert to all Republicans: If you denounce Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Democrat/Media Complex will still never like you. If they succeed in hounding her out of office the same way that they did to Rep. Steve King (R-IA), they’ll just move on to the next target.
Democrats insist that Rep. Greene must resign from Congress for “believing conspiracy theories.” Fine. If that’s the new standard, then Democrats must lead by example.
Any Democrat who believes in the following conspiracy theories must resign from Congress immediately.
The “Very Fine People” Hoax: This confirmable and insane conspiracy theory requires you to literally rearrange a video of President Trump’s comments about the Charlottesville dust-up between Antifa and a group of supposed white supremacists. Donald Trump totally denounced white supremacists in that statement and was forced to denounce white supremacy every single day after that throughout his entire first term, because the media kept perpetuating the lie that he said white supremacists are “very fine people.” He did no such thing. This is a proven lie and anyone who believes it should not remain in Congress for one more day.
The “Inject Bleach in Your Arm” Hoax: Early on in the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump referenced a cutting-edge experimental treatment that researchers were working on at Stanford. They inserted a tube through the trachea of COVID patients and exposed the lungs to UV rays (you know, like… sunlight?). By injecting sunlight into patient’s lungs, the treatment seemed to be killing the virus and reducing the viral load, at a time when we knew very little about the disease. When Trump said this treatment “disinfects” the lungs, the Party of Science Democrats hatched an insane conspiracy theory claiming that Trump was urging people to drink bleach or inject bleach into their arms.
Russian Collusion: After a two-year investigation with limitless funding and the help of every branch of the federal government, Robert Mueller’s team of witch hunters concluded that not only was there no collusion in the 2016 election – but there weren’t even any Russians involved! Congressman Adam “Ed Buck Who?” Schiff (D-CA) said he had “concrete evidence” that Trump colluded with Russia. He stated multiple times that the evidence was “hiding in plain sight.” It was all a hoax. Any Member of Congress who ever believed this debunked conspiracy theory must resign from Congress immediately.
The Courts Ruled Against Trump’s Evidence: No court has ever looked at the evidence that Trump’s team compiled. Every case was dismissed by stating that the plaintiffs had “no standing” to sue. This is such a blatant lie that only an incredibly stupid person or a liar would repeat it. (Or a dangerous conspiracy theory kook.)
The January 6 Capitol Kerfuffle Was a Coup Attempt: As I’m typing this, members of the Biden regime are actually arguing over what to call the coup that just took place in Myanmar. Such inconvenient timing! Now the public is getting a fresh reminder of what an actual coup looks like. Gee, why aren’t any of the people participating in the coup in Myanmar wearing a Chewbacca bikini? I was informed that all members of a coup always steal their kids’ Halloween costumes and dress up for an insurrection, but I guess not.
Sorry, Democrats, but these are the new rules that you invented. People who believe in conspiracy theories should not be allowed to serve in Congress. Say… aren’t you guys the same political party that once tried to fund a military expedition to the center of the earth, so that you could claim the lands of the Hollow Earth for the US government after killing all the natives that you believed lived there? Asking for a friend.
While we’re at it, we’re also going to have to insist that any Member of Congress who has slept with an obvious Chinese honey pot spy must also resign immediately. Although, come to think of it, there’s probably a lot of overlap between that category of congressman and the conspiracy kooks who believe the Russia hoax.
I’m sure we can work out a deal on this one, Democrats. As soon as every single Democrat and/or squishy Republican who believes any of the above conspiracy theories resigns from Congress, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) will step down. We promise. But you guys have to go first.
Oh, and for the record, Marjorie Taylor Greene never referred to “Jewish Space Lasers” in the Facebook post that everyone is up in arms about. The real reason they’re so mad at her is because she was asking pointed questions about stock market purchases that politicians made during the 2018 California wildfires. Hey, someone should look into that!