Ho-Ho-Oh No: Marjorie Taylor Greene Tried To March In A Christmas Parade And It Didn't Go Well
In a bad omen for Republicans, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene was met with indifference and contempt when she marched in a Christmas parade.
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) marched in a Christmas parade. Greene portrays herself as a Christian, so marching in red country and celebrating Christmas should be a no-brainer win for her.
Except that it wasn’t.
Look at the reaction that Greene got as she marched in the Christmas parade:
As you can see in the video above, the crowd is ignoring Greene for the most part. Even the small children are looking down and away from her. No one is waving back, and it is almost as if everyone is waiting for the darkness to pass so that they can resume celebrating.
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Rep. Greene also made the classic mistake of not having candy to toss to the kids.
What kind of politician shows up at a parade in a luxury SUV, but doesn’t have oodles of candy to toss in every direction?
If you ever march in a parade, bring tons of candy. You’ll be the life of the party.
What is missing in the video?
Cheers, waves, applause, and smiles.
Kevin McCarthy has hitched his wagon to someone who can’t get cheered at a Christmas parade, which is a big problem.
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