WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Q-Dumbfuckistan) has sent a letter to Dr. Anthony Fauci, demanding that he answer a series of questions she has about his performance during the COVID-19 global pandemic. In her letter to Fauci, Greene seeks answers before June 31st, which she said is the day that former President Donald J. Trump will be reinstated to office.
Greene appeared on OAN this morning to share some crack smoking tips with the hardcore pro-Trump audience, and also do discuss her letter to Fauci.
“Look Jack, at the end of the day, my D- in High School science class qualifies me to tell the most knowledgeable human being in the country that he knows less than I do about infectious diseases,” Greene insisted. “It’s my consitpational right, for first of off starters. But secondly, hang on one sec.”
Greene pulled out Cracky, her trusty and ever-present crack pipe, and took a big hit. She held the smoke in for a bit. Then, as she exhaled, she continued.
“Hooo-weee that hits the spot, fam! Anyway, as I was saying,” Greene said. “The more important thing is that Fauci better answer my questions, because he will not wanna face the wrath of our king god emperor when he is rightfully restored to the throne!”
Qongresswoman Greene explained that she and Sidney Powell — rat faced scarecrow and insurrection supporting attorney — and that the two had determined June 31st, 2021 is when Trump can and will be “permanently installed in the Oval Office.”
“Sid and I were looking over some documents, and we found a rant that the late, great Rush Limbaugh did once, about how Democrats really aren’t technically Americans,” Greene said. “So if you take that into account, and factor in various other, you know, factors, hair-go, Trump is still president! You have to literally throw out every single vote for or by a Democrat. It’s just the way it is, folks. Rush was never wrong.”
As of the time of publication, Dr. Fauci had not responded to Greene’s ultimatum.
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