Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) reportedly called Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) a “little bitch” face-to-face on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday, bringing the dispute between two of the MAGA world’s greatest figures into the public eye.
The two congressmen were arguing with one other about their opposing motions to impeach President Joe Biden when the furious confrontation took place.
But on Wednesday, Boebert used a procedural technique to undermine Greene, who had filed her own resolution but lacked the procedural benefits of forcing a vote, by demanding a vote on her own impeachment proposal within days.
While the House was voting on Wednesday afternoon, Greene and Boebert engaged in conversation in the center aisle of the House floor. Part of their exchange was caught by C-SPAN’s cameras.
Two witnesses who witnessed the discussion and a third person with knowledge of the situation claim that the argument started when Boebert approached Greene, who was at that point sitting in the chamber, and questioned her about “statements you made about me publicly.” According to all three versions, Greene referred to Boebert as a “bitch.”
A source claimed that Greene referred to her as “a little bitch.”
Greene then rose to speak, claiming that Boebert had “copied my articles of impeachment,” to which the Colorado member retorted that she hadn’t even read Greene’s resolution. This is based on two of the sources.