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Marjorie Taylor Greene assaults Robert Reich after demanding her deportation

MP Marjorie Taylor Greene attacked economist Robert Reich after he hit a nerve by demanding her expulsion from Congress.

Reich tweeted:

Can we all agree that Marjorie Taylor Green must be expelled from Congress?

– Robert Reich (@RBReich) May 23, 2021

Taylor Greene replied:

It's Greene with an "e" at the end.

I don't know you, but when I saw Berkley in your bio, I got it. Just put the hammer and sickle with it.

As a communist professor, you've never done the really hard work that builds the economy. They only teach ideas that destroy them. https://t.co/yWYLlmtkYn

– Marjorie Taylor Greene (@mtgreenee) May 23, 2021

Of course, Taylor Greene doesn't know who is rich. He is a distinguished economist and former minister of labor who served in both Democratic and Republican administrations. However, since he doesn't appear on Fox News, Newsmax, or OAN, Rep. Greene has no idea who he is.

Robert Reich is not a communist, and it may surprise anyone who graduated or are graduating from UC Berkley to be told that attending this prestigious university will make them communists.

Greene is getting more and more awkward. She persecutes and attacks AOC and other congressional colleagues while comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust.

Kevin McCarthy won't lift a finger to expel Greene, and since expulsion requires a two-thirds vote in the house, she'll be safe while McCarthy still dreams of becoming majority leader.

Greene has to leave because her attack on Robert Reich shows that her state of mind is deteriorating rapidly and that she is a threat to the house.

Mr. Easley is the Founder / Senior Editor, White House Press Pool, and a Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor's degree in political science. His thesis focused on public order with a specialization in social reform movements.

Awards and professional memberships

Member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association

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