Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) hypocritically celebrated Independence Day on Twitter despite supporting the Capitol insurrection to overthrow democracy just seven months ago, and she also attacked a black lawmaker.

Greene, the most obnoxious “Karen” in Congress who has tried and failed to make a name for herself by attempting to bully Democrats, especially non-white colleagues, got repeatedly dunked on after daring to celebrate July 4th on Twitter.

Let’s not forget that Greene has frequently downplayed the insurrection and has defended the Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol searching for lawmakers to murder in their scheme to overturn the 2020 Election and install Donald Trump as a dictator. Twitter users certainly did not let her forget.

And Greene even made sure to pander to white supremacists by attacking Rep. Cori Bush (D-Mo.) for correctly pointing out that July 4th didn’t include freedom for black people.

But Bush is right. American independence was not freedom for all. Black people remained enslaved until Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 and the 13th Amendment was added to the Constitution. In fact, Juneteenth or June 19th, which recently became a federal holiday, is the day that African-Americans celebrate their independence because that’s the day in 1865 when Union forces proclaimed freedom for slaves in Texas.

Greene’s ignorant and racist attack on Bush drew swift backlash.

It’s pretty clear why very few people attended a July 4th parade Greene was part of in Georgia on Saturday. She’s a racist twit who is so stupid even a dunce cap would refuse to be placed on her head.

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