On Friday night, after months of delay and negotiation, the House of Representatives finally passed a historic $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill which will now be signed by President Joe Biden, CNN reports:

The legislation will deliver $550 billion of new federal investments in America’s infrastructure over five years, including money for roads, bridges, mass transit, rail, airports, ports and waterways. The package includes a $65 billion investment in improving the nation’s broadband infrastructure, and invests tens of billions of dollars in improving the electric grid and water systems. Another $7.5 billion would go to building a nationwide network of plug-in electric vehicle chargers, according to the bill text.

Surprisingly, 13 House Republicans voted for the infrastructure package, which led Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) to pitch a full-scale hissy fit on Twitter, branding the members of the House GOP who voted affirmatively as “traitors.”

Greene added this note on Saturday morning:

The irony of Greene calling other Republicans “traitors” while she continues to defend the insurrectionists who attacked the Capitol on Jan. 6 is almost too much to take. Apparently, she’s just fine with those who try to carry out a coup against the U.S. government, but is offended when members of Congress do their jobs and support legislation that will benefit their constituents.

Your 15 minutes of infamy are over with, Ms. Greene. Time for you to slither on back to Georgia.

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