'Moron' Marjorie Taylor Greene brutally mocked as Twitter informs her that she doesn't know what 'segregation' means
In a tweet this Sunday, Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene slammed a restaurant in her state after it posted a message to its Instagram declaring that it would refuse service to unvaccinated customers.
"This is called segregation," Greene wrote. "Will you be testing everyone at the door for the flu, strep throat, stomach bugs, colds, meningitis, aids, venereal diseases, Hep A, Hep C, staff infections, athletes foot, pink eye, croup, bronchitis, ringworm, scabies, or any other contagions?"
Greene was referring to Atlanta restaurant Argosy, which posted picture last week showing a sign put up at the establishment declaring, "For the safety of our staff, guests, and community...NO VAX NO SERVICE."
In the comment thread beneath her tweet, Greene's critics on Twitter pointed out that her definition of "segregation" is misguided at best.
Baby girl, that's the damn guest list at a party at Chez Pull-up, Three Names style.
I wish we could segregate the crazy stupids from Twitter.
Cuz if we could, you'd be the first one on the former guy list.
Although you might be crazier.
And you probably stupider.#truth
— Jo (@JoJoFromJerz) July 26, 2021
You're a racist. Segregation is your life blood.
This is called protecting people from a virus and from the stupidity around them.
— John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) July 26, 2021
Private business, their rules.
Being anti-vaxx is not a protected class.
— MT Greene's Llama 🇺🇲🦙 (@GreenesLlama) July 26, 2021
No shoes no shirt no service. Businesses have the legal right to decline service.
— Critical Thinking (@Resistance17766) July 26, 2021
Call it what you want; people unvaccinated for a deadly virus have no business circulating among responsible people. There are no rational excuses for not being vaccinated. Period.
— Tim Murphy 🇺🇸 (@Murp1953Tim) July 26, 2021
Anybody who throws around “aMeRiCa FiRsT" as much as you do surely knows the real meaning of that word.
Time for bed, dear. Tomorrow you'll be helping with lots of chores because you decided to misbehave instead of being a good girl all weekend. pic.twitter.com/5wv270Ekuf
— Hawt Under The Cawllar (@ItsGoodToVent) July 26, 2021
Reminder 1: private businesses can choose the terms of their services. Customers may choose to go elsewhere.
Reminder 2: Protecting you employees well-being is a sign of a good employer.
Reminder 3: this is not segregation, this is transparency about terms of service.
— Walpurga Müller-Schm (@WalpurgaMueller) July 26, 2021
It's called public safety and caring for others, moron.
— Dale Schwindaman (@dschwin) July 26, 2021
Wait until you hear how they discrimate against naked people
— 𝙹𝚊𝚢𝚗𝚒𝚎'𝚜 𝙶𝚘𝚝 𝚊 𝙱𝚞𝚗 (@FreeGirlNowNYC) July 26, 2021
No ma'am. This is the free market. They made a choice and so did you. Now if you don't like it you can either get vaccinated or be unable to patronize private businesses. I thought you love the free market. What happened?
— Alex Eff Brown (@alexeffbrown) July 26, 2021
'What do you have to hide?' Matt Gaetz ridiculed for fretting Capitol riot committee will generate criminal referrals
An appearance by Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) on Newsmax where he openly worried that the House select committee investigating the Jan 6th insurrection would lead to criminal referrals against Republicans set off an avalanche of mockery aimed at the embattled lawmaker who is already the subject of an investigations over alleged sexual acts with underaged women.
During his appearance, the Florida Republican took shots at Reps. Liz Cheney (R-WY) and Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) for taking part in the investigation as the only two GOP members, before revealing his fears about what may transpire.
"I think the entire purpose of the Jan. 6 committee is to create a series of criminal referrals to the Biden Justice Department," he insisted. "And I think [House Minority Leader] Kevin McCarthy is the lead target, unfortunately."
Critics of Gaetz were quick to wonder if he might be swept up too -- adding to his legal woes.
You can see some comments below:
@RepMattGaetz Did they get accused of Sex trafficking or something? Cause if so that would a great reason for disciplinarian action !— 🌈🎋🎼🎋🌏Dr.Violisto🎵🎋🎻🎋 (@🌈🎋🎼🎋🌏Dr.Violisto🎵🎋🎻🎋) 1627307648.0
@RepMattGaetz Obviously just your fear talking. WTF are all of you really afraid of??— Regina Willoughby (@Regina Willoughby) 1627309980.0
A better priority would be to remove members who are targets of federal criminal investigations. https://t.co/s11bhsvXSq— George Conway (@George Conway) 1627315833.0
@RepMattGaetz Are you the guy who paid for underage prostitutes with Venmo, or is that somebody else?— Francesca Diasio (@Francesca Diasio) 1627316308.0
@RepMattGaetz Maybe Members who are under investigation shouldn't be on committees, instead of those who are investigating.— JayVee (@JayVee) 1627316849.0
@RepMattGaetz Americans need to be stronger in action against the traitors we have in Congress that tried to overth… https://t.co/BM2RLSPyjd— Paige 🏴☠️ #ArrestTrump #ExGOP (@Paige 🏴☠️ #ArrestTrump #ExGOP) 1627307362.0
@RepMattGaetz What do you have to hide!!!! Oh that’s right you are part of the attack on the Capital— Pam Richards (@Pam Richards) 1627310117.0
@RepMattGaetz Wait until he finds out about Members of Congress who are being investigated for sex trafficking— Russ Burgos (@Russ Burgos) 1627315940.0
@RepMattGaetz "I'm under investigation for sex trafficking minors, please go after these other people"— Reese(Marquis de Lafayette) (@Reese(Marquis de Lafayette)) 1627316481.0
@RepMattGaetz Because why? Getting to the truth, exactly what those two are concerned with, would look really bad to who?— Jim Higgins (@Jim Higgins) 1627317602.0
@RepMattGaetz What about removing a member of the Judiciary Committee who is being investigated by the Justice Depa… https://t.co/UWy2rF0gC0— Jeremy Fink (@Jeremy Fink) 1627316834.0
@RepMattGaetz Hey Matt! Remember that day Jeffrey Epstein stepped off a plane into the arms of the FBI? Never saw it coming.— Donald JMD Trump 🇺🇸 🗳️ 🇺🇸 (@Donald JMD Trump 🇺🇸 🗳️ 🇺🇸) 1627317157.0
@RepMattGaetz What’s the problem Matt? You worried they will find out not only that you participate in human traffi… https://t.co/0ilacKQlpm— tim hauser (@tim hauser) 1627308141.0
A notorious anti-vaccine gadfly called for gun violence against volunteers canvassing Los Angeles-area homes to encourage the life-saving inoculations.
Jason Lefkowitz, who has been making Nazi salutes and wearing a Star of David as he harasses customers and employees over coronavirus prevention measures, barked threats into a microphone during a protest, in a video clip posted by Resist Programming.
"When people come to your door, get the men and kick their ass," Lefkowitz bellowed. "They're not here to -- 'Can spread the wonderful word of [Dr. Anthony] Fauci?' F*ck you! No! No, get off my property. Get out of America, you're not welcome here."
The assembled crowd laughed and cheered as he stalked back and forth gripping the microphone.
"We need to fight back," Lefkowitz said. "Get your guns -- get them, learn how to use them."
He continued, saying that he was only a comedian and lacked the training to fight back against the government -- but he encouraged others to take action.
"I have no idea what to do, no idea," Lefkowitz told the crowd. "But someone here does, so they need to step up, too."
He said he was able to organize large-scale protests or spontaneous disruptions at local businesses, but he wants someone else to start shooting.
"I don't know how to shoot a rifle," Lefkowitz said, pointing his fingers like a pistol. "This is serious. They're coming hard and they're coming fast."
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