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    Bleached Blonde, Bad Built, Butch Body: The Explosive Hearing Between Crockett and Greene

    In the echoing chambers of power, where words duel like gladiators, two titans clashed—a bleach blonde firebrand and a Texas rap lyricist—leaving the political arena ablaze.

    The political stage experienced an epic when the House Oversight Committee met while charged. This epic featured two parties, one: Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Georgian maverick with everything weird and conspiracy-related coming out of her mouth, the other: Jasmine Crockett, a texas rep who frankly could probably drop a bomb rap album at any time.

    Strangely enough, she only seemed to create sparks only when Greene knew how to produce controversy upon it. Thus, when Greene made fun of Crockett’s image, whether it was a bleach blond and a bad-built butch body and fake eyelashes. Although nothing could save Greene from another round of insult, little did she expect to summon Crockett’s tongue lashing that resulted in the person’s utter stupefaction.

    Greene’s Insult:

    “I don’t think you know what you’re here for. I think your fake eyelashes are messing up what you’re reading,” 

    Greene said. Democratic representatives, including Cortez, were upset with the statement and called Greene out for it.

    Crockett’s Response:

    “That is absolutely unacceptable. How dare you attack the physical appearance of another person,” 

    Cortez said before motioning to remove Greene’s statement from the official record.

    Greene’s Retort:

    Greene then insulted Cortez’s intelligence after she asked for a debate.

    “Why don’t you debate me,” 

    Greene asked before telling Cortez,

    “You don’t have enough intelligence.”

    Committee Ruling: The committee ruled that Greene’s words were allowed in the hearing, and Crockett took a shot at her looks as an example of how to use the ruling.

     

    “I’m just curious, just to better understand your ruling: If someone on this committee then starts talking about somebody’s bleach blonde, bad built, butch body, that would not be engaging in personalities, correct?” 

    she said.

    Twitter Drama: Crockett later took to X (formerly known as Twitter) and commented on the whole ordeal while taking more shots at Greene’s behavior during the hearing.

    “So MTG wanted to talk about my appearance in COMMITTEE?! It’s against the rules to do… She refused to apologize,” 

    Crockett tweeted.

     “The chairman ruled that it was ok… AND I asked for clarification about what qualifies as ‘engaging in personalities’ & basically wanted to know if I could talk shit about her appearance as… well… y’all know what she looks like, right?” 

    She continued,

    “PEOPLE IN GLASS HOUSES! This is what happens when mentally deficient people who can’t read and follow rules or just don’t give a damn… somehow end up in CONGRESS!”

    And so, the explosive hearing between Crockett and Greene became more than a clash of words—it was a battle for dignity, a collision of ideologies, and a stark reminder that even in the hallowed halls of power, appearances could deceive and words could wound.

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