Behind The Scenes: Marjorie Taylor Greene & Lauren Boebert Are Not The Best Of Friends

Written By BlabberBuzz | Sunday, 01 May 2022 12:00
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According to a new report, Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene have a tense relationship despite often standing together, even once almost coming to fight one another.

Last month, during a meeting with members of the House Freedom Caucus, the duo quarreled over Greene's appearance at an event hosted by far-right Nicholas Fuentes. They may have engaged in an argument had another lawmaker not intervened, Politico reported.

The conflict between Greene and Boebert is not immediately apparent, but the clash was confirmed to the outlet by three people with connections to the Freedom Caucus. Boebert hates being associated with Greene and is seen as more of a team player within the Republican Party, the outlet reported.

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The two female MAGA heralds are often associated with each other because of their aggressive political tactics and incendiary rhetoric. They sometimes fall on the same side of several political topics and even share views regarding internal Republican Party rifts. During the State of the Union address, the pair evaded decorum and mocked President Joe Biden, just one day after their clash at the Freedom Caucus meeting, according to the report.

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Greene drew criticism from some members of the Republican Party for attending the America First Political Action Conference in February because Fuentes, 23, is accused of being a white nationalist by multiple groups, such as the Southern Poverty Law Center. At the event, he came to hail Russian President Vladimir Putin. He has also denied the Holocaust and expressed admiration for the Taliban's harsh treatment of women.

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"Jesus was a friend to sinners. We are called to follow his example," Greene said Sunday night. "That’s why I will continue to share my message of unity, family, and faith in our great nation to every corner and every group within America. It doesn’t matter if I’m speaking to Democrat union members or 1,200 young conservatives who feel cast aside and marginalized by society. The Pharisees in the Republican Party may attack me for being willing to break barriers and speak to a lost generation of young people who are desperate for love and leadership. But I won’t abandon these young men and women because I believe we need to do better by them."

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"Now they're going on about Russia and 'Vladimir Putin is Hitler,'" he said at the event, according to Vanity Fair. "They say that's not a good thing."

The two have been embroiled in other political conflicts in recent months. Greene is currently battling a lawsuit seeking to boot her off the May 24 primary ballot in Georgia, and Boebert made headlines for sparring with left-wing Rep. Ilhan Omar, whom she claimed has a "hate" of Christians. The Washington Examiner reached out to spokespeople for Boebert, Greene, Fuentes, and the Freedom Caucus.

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