During a House hearing, Representatives Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) engaged in a verbal exchange subsequent to allegations made by Democrats, asserting that both Greene and Republicans had exhibited explicit material.
The exchange first originated from a hearing held in July, during which the Georgia Republican made allegations against Hunter Biden, the son of the President, claiming involvement in sex trafficking. The representative presented a series of sexually explicit photographs purportedly obtained from Hunter Biden’s well-known laptop.
According to a report by The Western Journal, Representative Jamie Raskin (D-Md.), who holds a prominent position in the House Oversight Committee, expressed concerns about the potential recurrence of a certain behavior exhibited by MTG. In an attempt to prevent further display of such behavior, Raskin intervened when MTG attempted to present an enlarged photograph during a recent hearing.
“Mr. Chairman, our colleague from Georgia has introduced before pornographic exhibits and displayed things that are really not suitable for children who might be watching,” Raskin said.
“A bathing suit is not suitable, Mr. Raskin?” MTG fired back.
“Well, I’m saying, I would like the witness, I would like the member to be instructed to not introduce any pornography today, at least without running through the chair first,” Raskin continued.
“A bathing suit is not pornography, Mr. Raskin,” Greene answered contemptuously.
Then, Raskin stated that he was unable to observe what Greene was doing and that Democrats had not previously received her information. It’s on the internet, she retorted. It is widespread.
This resulted in an intervention initiated by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC).
“You are submitting a naked woman’s body,” Ocasio-Cortez said.
“This is a bathing suit. It’s a bathing suit,” Greene admonished.
“And it has not been cleared before this committee,” Ocasio-Cortez riffed.
“You don’t have your glasses on. Do you wear them or not?” Greene fired back.
“I have contacts on, thank you,” Ocasio-Cortez said in response.
“Oh, congratulations,” Greene mockingly added, ending the exchange.
AOC Throws Hysterical Fit Over MTG Exposing ‘Pornographic’ Biden Crimes, MTG Responds With Pure pic.twitter.com/t1YNnJU5aJ
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) September 28, 2023
Greene posted the following on X along with a video clip: “Hunter Biden sexually exploited several women in violation of the Mann Act. Hunter told one of his victims that his father was VP and showed her a picture of Joe Biden with President Obama. Hunter’s victim was terrified. Why won’t Joe Biden’s DOJ respond to the inquiry into Hunter’s victim’s rights requested by @RepJamesComer and myself?”
In July, Greene faced criticism from one of Hunter Biden’s attorneys for purportedly engaging in ‘unethical’ conduct, which can be seen as an ironic development.
In a formal correspondence spanning four pages, addressed to the Office of Congressional Ethics, Abbe Lowell, the attorney representing Joe Biden, expressed his disapproval of the actions taken by the Georgia Republican. Lowell criticized her for publicly revealing the morally corrupt behavior of the President’s son, which she also suggested may have been eligible for tax deductions. This incident occurred during a recent House hearing.
During the judicial proceedings, Greene levied allegations against Hunter, asserting that he had contravened the Mann Act by financially facilitating the purchase of airfare for sex workers and subsequently transferring them across state borders. According to sources, the individual utilized his company’s cash to cover the cost of the airfare and afterwards claimed the charges as deductions on his tax returns.
This prompted Lowell to request an immediate investigation. According to a report from Fox News, he stated that her purported actions are deemed as repulsive behavior that flagrantly contravenes the House Ethics regulations and official conduct standards.
“Now more than ever, the House has a duty to make loud and clear that it does not endorse, condone, or agree with her outrageous, undignified conduct and brazen violations of the standards of official conduct that do not reflect creditably on the House of Representatives,” Lowell wrote, according to The Hill, which first reported the letter.
Fox News added:
Lowell’s request stems from Greene holding up several graphic photos from Hunter Biden’s laptop during a committee hearing Wednesday where IRS whistleblowers alleged misconduct in investigations into the Biden family.
The House Oversight Committee interviewed two IRS whistleblowers — Special Agent Joseph Ziegler, whose identity was revealed during the hearing, and his IRS supervisor Gary Shapley — who alleged political misconduct throughout the Hunter Biden investigation.
Shapley previously blew the whistle on alleged political influence surrounding prosecutorial decisions throughout the yearslong federal probe into President Biden’s son.
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