‘Please Grow a Pair or a Spine’ Marjorie Taylor Greene Tells Mitt Romney After He Calls Her Out

In a tweet this morning, House Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) announced that she had “a GREAT call with my all time favorite POTUS, President Trump!”

Greene said that she was “so grateful for his support and more importantly the people of this country are absolutely 100% loyal to him because he is 100% loyal to the people and America First.”

In a string of tweets, Greene criticized the Democrats and said that she “won’t back down” and that she’ll “never apologize” and that she will “always keep fighting for the people.”

Greene added that “America Last policies are policies for sell outs and losers! In these divisive times, real leaders must be determined and strong to be able to withstand the rabid mob that preys on weakness in order to get their way, which is to destroy our country.”

MSNBC’s Kyle Griffin reported in a tweet that “The Republican congresswoman from Georgia just tweeted that she has the support of Trump and that she spoke with him this morning.”

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) quote tweeted Griffin and said, “Lies of a feather flock together: Marjorie Taylor Greene’s nonsense and the ‘big lie’ of a stolen election.”

Greene quote tweeted Romney and had a harsh message for him. “‘Republican’ Senator Mitt Romney obviously cares nothing about the people’s number one concern. Please grow a pair or a spine,” she said.

Gun control activist David Hogg, who has been circulating a petition to try to get Greene removed from office, responded to Romney “Thank you for denouncing her I hope more Republicans follow you in denouncing her anti-Semitism, spreading of conspiracies about school shootings, and threatening to assassinate democratic lawmakers.”

Hogg said that he believes “This is above politics- hopefully more Republicans can see that.”

Griffin shared a Washington Post article about Hogg’s 2019 encounter with Greene in Washington D.C. and claimed that “David Hogg remembers the encounter with Greene vividly and found her conduct menacing.”

“He said it felt like she was trying to trigger his PTSD. It put him on edge — he was then 18 years old and had received multiple death threats — but he kept cool,” Griffin added in the tweet.