Marjorie Taylor Greene doctors pic of Lindsey Graham holding a Dylan Mulvaney Bud Light

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) are feuding, so Greene posted a picture to her Congressional Twitter account of Graham holding a Bud Light beer can with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney’s face on it in order to insult Graham.

Two weeks ago, Mulvaney posted a sponsored video to Instagram where she received custom Bud Light beer cans with her face on them. Because of the LGBTQ+ marketing, conservatives lost their minds for the following weeks , shooting up Bud Light cans with assault rifles, posting sad videos dumping the beer out, and promising a boycott.

Greene also participated in the anti-Mulvaney shenanigans, posting a rap video about the beer cans called “Fock Bud Light” to her personal Twitter account and saying that she’s switching to Coors Light because Bud Light transitioned from “King of Beers” to “Queen of Beers.”

Also last week, Greene publicly defended air national guardsman Jake Teixeira, a 21-year-old arrested on suspicion of leaking Pentagon intelligence documents online, which the Pentagon has called a “deliberate, criminal act.”

But since President Joe Biden is the president, Greene decided that Teixeira is innocent and that the only reason he was arrested is because he “is white, male, christian, and antiwar. That makes him an enemy to the Biden regime.”

Biden, of course, is himself white, male, and Christian, and he pulled U.S. troops out of Afghanistan and nearly ended the drone war.

Graham disagreed with Greene’s characterization, calling her words “one of the most irresponsible statements she could make.”

“If you’re a member of the military intelligence community and you disagree with American policy and you think you’re going to be okay when it comes to leaking classified information, you’re going to go to jail,” Graham said on ABC’s This Week on Sunday.

That’s when Greene posted the image, which was based on a 2016 Getty image of Graham holding a glass of beer with CNN’s Dana Bash.

Also over the weekend, Greene said that she agrees “1000000000%” with an account that accused Mulvaney of using her social media platform to sexually abuse underage girls. The account provided no evidence of this other than that Mulvaney is a young transgender woman who is “talking about having crushes on boys and sleepovers.”

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