Marjorie Taylor Greene viciously mocked for telling women not to “tempt your Christian brothers”

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) usually only criticizes others’ sartorial decisions to make a political point – like when she attacked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) for not dressing formally enough – but now she’s offering unsolicited advice to “conservative Christian women, who are influencers or leaders.”

She’s telling them that they are responsible for ensuring that men don’t have impure thoughts about them.

“If you are conservative and a Christian you know you don’t have to express yourself in sexual ways and you know you are attractive by dressing nice and feminine, and you can be beautiful and modest at the same time,” she said.

“Men will respect you more and think of you much more highly than just a sexual object for gratification,” she continued. “It’s also good to not tempt your Christian brothers and cause them to stumble.”

“As conservative Christian women let us always be an example to girls and young women by displaying actions that our faith believes and not conform to the patterns of this fallen world. Be the light, don’t fall into the darkness.”

Greene’s specification that women should still dress in a “feminine” manner is probably related to her hatred of all forms of gender expression that doesn’t align with sex assigned at birth, from drag to trans identity.

On X, people criticized her for perpetuating the idea that women are responsible for men’s sexual misbehavior.

People also brought up allegations that Greene cheated on her ex-husband. Tabloids have accused her for years of cheating on her former husband with gym manager Justin Tway and another man named Craig Ivey. Congresswoman Greene called the rumors “ridiculous tabloid garbage spread by an avowed Communist,” and her ex-husband, Perry Greene, has not confirmed the rumors.

Others pointed out that she is a very loyal supporter of Donald Trump, even after a jury agreed that he sexually assaulted E. Jean Carroll. At least 25 other women have accused him of sexual impropriety.

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