Marjorie Taylor Greene Mocks AOC Over Trump Rally

( – Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene mocked Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for her remarks regarding the crowd size at a recent campaign rally for former President Donald Trump hosted in the Bronx.

The two congresswomen, often referred to by their initials MJT and AOC, butted heads again on social media after the Republican representative mocked Ocasio-Cortez’s reaction to a recent Trump rally in New York. Greene reposted a video depicting a lengthy line of people standing in the Bronx waiting to get into a Trump rally to catch a glimpse of the former president and hear him speak. Above the video, Greene wrote that Ocasio-Cortez was “mad” because she herself couldn’t even “get 20 people” at her own town halls.

MJT and AOC have feuded for years, and also clashed recently on the House floor on Thursday, May 16, after Greene made a remark criticizing Rep. Jasmine Crockett of Texas. In response to a remark by Crockett, Greene commented on Crockett’s “fake eyelashes” which she said were “messing up” Crockett’s reading ability.

Ocasio-Cortez defended her colleague and rebuked Greene for attacking “the physical appearance of another person” on the House floor, making a motion to strike Greene’s remarks from the record. After a heated exchange, Greene agreed to have her remark stricken but refused to apologize and later challenged Ocasio-Cortez to debate her, adding that she didn’t think the New York congresswoman had “enough intelligence” to do so.

The latest tit-for-tat came after Ocasio-Cortez tried to poke fun at Trump as the former president paid a visit to the South Bronx for a rally at Crotona Park, not far from her constituency. She wrote “God is Good” on social media at the news of rain showers over the rally, praying for a “muddy mess.” She also bragged about allegedly having more viewers on Twitch as she live-streamed the former president’s speech than viewers tuning into Trump’s official YouTube channel.

Trump used the rally to appeal to black and Hispanic voters, claiming that he would be better for their communities as president than President Joe Biden. Trump also aimed at the surge in immigration into the Big Apple since Biden took over, calling it “the biggest negative impact” on the city’s black and Hispanic populations, who he said are losing jobs, housing, and other services from the crisis.

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