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What do you get when you put two cats on a hot tin roof? You get an out-all catfight, and that’s what Congress got during a recent House Oversight Committee hearing.

Congress has been held to a high standard over the years. Decorum is expected when you swear in to serve your constituents. You certainly don’t expect the ghetto catfight that Rep. Jasmine Crockett, D-Texas, and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene got into.

The two women actually insulted each other during the committee hearing on whether to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress.

“I think your fake eyelashes are messing up what you’re reading.” Greene scolded Crockett, referring to the over-curled fake eyelashes worn by the latter. This happened only after Crockett questioned if Greene knew why they were at the committee hearing.

Feeling that Greene had insulted Crockett, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez of New York decided to enter the fray using a black vernacular saying, “How dare you attack the physical appearance of another person?” Cortez continued after Greene with the racist slur girl and said, “Oh girl, baby girl, don’t even play.”

Crockett followed that comment with a gay slur to describe Greene’s appearance as “bleached, blonde, bad-built, butch body.”

Psst…not one Democrat or gay activist called Crockett out for the gay slur “butch,” which is used to describe a lesbian with masculine attributes.

Later on, during the catfight of words, a House Committee member suggested Crockett calm down, for which she shouted, “Don’t tell me to calm down, because y’all talk noise and then you can’t take it, because if I come and talk s— about her, y’all gonna have a problem.”

Yes, this, unfortunately, happened in Congress. And to think feminists have said women would do better serving in Congress than men. Just a lot of emotions on display.

Is it too much to expect our elected officials to show proper decorum? Using inappropriate and, quite frankly, ghetto and divisive language (racial and gay slurs) by Democrats is becoming all too common.

Cortez and Crockett showed their true colors by being unable to control their emotions. Again, Greene came out on top despite being an antagonist on her own.


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