Seth Meyers Calls BS on Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Wacky Excuses for ‘Marshall Law’ Text
On Thursday, Late night presenter Seth Meyers turned his attention from Ivanka Trump’s January 6 Coup Text to those who came after the uprising on the Capitol from Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Georgia Republican who believes Jews control the weather with space laserswearing protective masks in Parliament equivalent to the Holocaustand who recently said her reported Jimmy Kimmel to the Capitol Police about a prank (but libertarians are reality Snowflakes).
“It seems like virtually the entire Trump administration and his closest allies in Congress are involved in some way, like Marjorie Taylor Greene, who we know is also texting. [Mark] Meadows more than a week after the uprising over the possibility of Trump declaring martial law to stay in power… only Greene misspelled the word ‘martial’ in the dumbest way possible,” Meyers explained.
Indeed, on January 17, 2021, Greene texted then-President Donald Trump to Mark Meadows: “In our private conversations with Members only, some said the only way The best way to save our Republic is Trump calling on Marshall [sic] law.”
“That’s right – she spelled it like Marshall,” Meyers suggested, before offering a share of the department store. “Now, in her defense, Marjorie Taylor Greene is probably just confusing martial law with Marshall law, which she violates every time she tries to bring more than six items into the locker room, at which point she She was escorted out of the store and shouted, ‘It’s mine. constitutional right to find comfortable breeches at a fair price! ‘”
Later, in an interview with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham, who her biological brother thinks she’s a racist “monster”, Greene seems to be implying that the text messages aren’t hers — while also saying it’s not she the idea of proposing martial law, she just informed Meadows (and by extension Trump) that it was an idea that was floating.
“Those are supposed to be my text messages. I think if people read them to themselves, if it’s my text messages, they clearly say I’m not calling for that. I actually said it was something I didn’t know about,” she told Ingraham. “I don’t remember ever campaigning for martial law. I don’t know if you have that message on screen right now, because I can’t see it, but if you bring up that text message, it should be clear and legible — if it’s my text message and that’s it. ‘reporting, I don’t remember if it was them, but if so, those text messages didn’t say’ calling for martial law. ‘
“So you don’t know whether the text, that you’ve seen, is really yours?” Meyers asked, adding, “They all do the same things: Lie, get caught lying, then talk nonsense about confusing bullshit to try to get out of it. .”