A woman who told CNN reporter Donie O’Sullivan that she strongly supporters Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), compared the controversial congresswoman to Jesus Christ and also suggested that the COVID-19 vaccine was similar to medical experiments done by Nazi doctor Joseph Mengele.
During that interview, which was conducted outside a location in Dalton, Georgia, where Greene and Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) held an “America First” rally Thursday, O’Sullivan told the unidentified woman:
“You don’t need me to tell you, a lot of people don’t like Marjorie Taylor Greene.”
To that, the woman responded:
“That’s okay because you know what? A lot of people didn’t like Jesus Christ.”
O’Sullivan also mentioned that Greene had compared COVID restrictions and the wearing of protective masks to the Nazis, which drew this reaction from the woman:
“Well, I can understand that! Mengele, the Nazi, he used children and people to experiment with experimental drugs.”
To verify that he understood the comparison the woman was attempting to make, O’Sullivan asked the logical follow-up query:
“So you’re talking about the vaccine?”
The woman eagerly replied, “Yes.”
So let’s be sure we have this straight: Marjorie Taylor Greene is now analogous to Jesus and trying to save lives with vaccines is akin to what the Nazis did to prisoners at concentration camps. Just when you think the crazy cannot possibly get any more pronounced, one of these brainless deplorables rises up from the muck and sets a new standard for imbecility.
The Republican Party (or what remains of it) is now little more than a cult. They worship Donald Trump like a god and turn his political disciples into prophets who dare to speak their perverted version of “truth” so they can “own the libs.”
Worst of all is the fact that so many of these ill-informed characters out of a surrealist novel are registered to vote and proudly cast ballots for the most deranged candidate on the ballot.
Or, to let a picture speak louder than the proverbial thousand words, consider the reaction of CNN’s John Berman to what the woman interviewed by Donie O’Sullivan said:
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