Marjorie Taylor Greene lambasted for claiming Joe Biden mocks Christians

Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) yells as President Joe Biden delivers the State of the Union address
Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) yells as President Joe Biden delivers the State of the Union address Photo: Jack Gruber / USA TODAY NETWORK / USA TODAY NETWORK

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) spent part of her weekend getting mad at the fact that the Transgender Day of Visibility and Easter fell on the same day this year by coincidence, claiming that it’s proof of President Joe Biden’s hatred of Christians, despite being Christian himself.

“Biden and the Democrats decided Easter — the Holy Day of our Savior’s resurrection — as Transgender Day of Visibility,” she incoherently posted on X.

“There is no length Biden and the Democrats won’t go to mock your faith and to thumb his nose at God. We know that Christ is King and God will not be mocked, just like we know Joe Biden isn’t really the one calling the shots in the White House. Psalm 37:13: ‘but the Lord laughs at the wicked, for he knows their day is coming.’”

She shared a screenshot of President Joe Biden’s proclamation of March 31, 2024 as the Transgender Day of Visibility.

The Transgender Day of Visibility has been on March 31 every year since it was created in 2009 by Michigan trans advocate Rachel Crandall-Crocker. Easter, on the other hand, switches days each year since it is on the first Sunday following a full moon after the spring equinox, and this year it happened to fall on March 31.

This isn’t even the first time in the past seven days that Greene has accused a fellow Christian of not being Christian because they didn’t agree with her political beliefs. She said last Wednesday that Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) “can’t follow Christ” because of the way he has handled several bills that fund the federal government.

On social media, people lambasted Greene for getting mad at something that has been around for years.

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