Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene mocked Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) by suggesting she would pay for her trip to leave America and live in a communist country.
Speaking on The Kevin Alan Show podcast during the holiday period, Greene was asked what gifts she would offer to a number of people in politics for Christmas.
The host said: “It is interesting when you look at this country, the Christmas holiday usually unites people and brings people together.
“Let’s do that in the spirit of today, you are going to give a few Christmas gifts out to some people that I am going to name, whatever you would get them, just say whatever.
“Let’s start with AOC, what would you get her for Christmas?”
Greene replied: “I would give her a lovely citizenship to a communist country of her choice.”
“Her and Greta [Thunberg] can go worship the climate somewhere, outside of America,” she added.
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Reagrding Dr. Fauci, Greene said: “I would put him in jail […] The man needs to be in jail.”
The host commented that Greene’s expression went from “Christmas happy to serious.” He continued the interview and asked what Greene would get Kamala Harris.
She said: “I think we should retire her to the lovely communist state of California.”
On Biden, she said: “[I would give him] a great impeachment trial that ends in a solid impeachment vote.
“Then a lot of investigations into all of his affairs, and Hunter Biden‘s affair and his whole family’s affairs and see where that goes from there.”
Earlier this week, following her ban from Twitter over the weekend for repeated violations of the platform’s rules surrounding COVID-19 misinformation, Greene called on everyone to leave the social media platform.
She added that by banning her, Twitter had launched an attack on her, her constituents and the entire U.S.
Speaking to Newsmax host Jenn Pellegrino, she said: “I am asking all of my Republican colleagues to leave Twitter, it is a complete waste of time.
“All they try to do is control our political speech, the only political speech that they endorse is that of their board or anyone that is involved with Twitter.
“We don’t need to be held back, we don’t need our speech controlled by Twitter.”