'Stop the Steal' founder calls Marjorie Taylor Greene a 'trailer park hood rat' for attacks on Lauren Boebert
Marjorie Taylor Greene (Photo by Jim Watson for AFP)

On Wednesday, a key organizer of the 2020 "Stop the Steal" rally lashed out at far-right Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) for her escalating feud with like-minded far-right Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO).

"MTG is now attacking Rep. Lauren Boebert like a trailer park hoodrat," wrote Ali Alexander on his Telegram channel.

The core dispute between Greene and Boebert is support for House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) as he mounts his bid for Speaker in the new Congress — a thorny situation, as a bloc of Trump loyalist Republicans have declared they will vote as a bloc against him, which would theoretically put him below the 218 votes he needs to win. Greene has been fiercely promoting McCarthy's bid for Speakership, after McCarthy promised her several concessions including restoring her committee assignments. Boebert, coming fresh off an unexpectedly tight re-election, remains noncommittal to backing McCarthy.

In a recent interview alongside several of the Republicans opposing McCarthy, Boebert took a swipe at Greene, saying, "I don't believe in [electing McCarthy], just as I don't believe in ... Jewish space lasers" — a reference to a famous conspiracy theory Greene promoted.

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Greene hit back on Twitter, saying, "Lauren refuses to endorse President Trump, she refuses to support Kevin McCarthy, and she childishly threw me under the bus for a cheap sound bite ... Americans expect conservative fighters like us to work together to Save America and that is the only mission I’m 100% devoted to, not high school drama and media sound bites."

Alexander has faced a mountain of legal problems after helping to organize the "Stop the Steal rally," which immediately preceded the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Earlier this month, he took over the 2024 presidential campaign of far-right rapper Kanye "Ye" West, who exploded into the news after promoting anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and professing his admiration for Adolf Hitler.