MTG unveils special hat for Uniparty sell-outs who keeping gifting Ukraine with our tax dollars

U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has unveiled a special hat she had made specifically for congressional Republicans and Democrats who are beholden to Ukraine.

Unveiled on Wednesday, the hat looks like any other ol’ cap, except it says “MUGA” on it in imitation of “MAGA,” which stands for Make America Great Again. “MUGA” meanwhile means Make Ukraine Great Again.

Watch Greene unveiling the hat below:

“That’s what this is — the uniparty is Make Ukraine Great Again,” she said in the clip. “The uniparty is all about funding every single foreign war. They think this is the business model that needs to be done.”

She then placed the hat on a poster of Republican House Speaker Mike Johnson and Democrat House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries.

All this happened during a press conference the congresswoman held with Rep. Thomas Massie.

Watch the full conference below:

The purpose of the presser was to announce that she intends to trigger a vote next week on a motion to vacate the speaker’s chair.

“This vote will be called next week and I just want to urge all our colleagues to prepare for it,” she said. “It’s the right thing to do for America. It’s time to clean house and get our conference in order and get ready to support President Trump’s agenda, God willing he wins in November.”

Greene also slammed congressional Democrats for deciding, after Johnson successfully recently passed a gigantic foreign aid spending bill, to back his speakership.

“I can’t wait to see Democrats go out and support a Republican speaker and have to go home to their primaries and have to run for Congress again, having supported a Republican speaker, a Christian conservative,” she said. “I think that’ll play well. I’m excited about it.”

“I also can’t wait to see my Republican Conference show their cards and show who we are because voters deserve it. Have the Republican Party finally learned their lesson, have they finally heard the message from voters back at home?” she added.

Massie for his part argued that Johnson and Jeffries should be “archrivals,” not allies working together to fund foreign wars.

“This is about who holds that gavel,” he said. “Right now, they are both holding that gavel. They are sharing power about procedures, about what bills will come to the floor, about how long we will debate those bills and which committees are comprised of which members.”

As for Greene and Massie’s GOP colleagues, they don’t seem to care too much for the stunts.

“GOP Representative Dan Bacon told CNN’s Manu Raju that ’98 percent of’ House Republicans consider Greene’s move to be ‘disgusting,’ while Congressman Derrick Van Orden said that the attempt to remove Johnson reminded him of tactics from ‘a junior high school’ or a ‘reality television show,'” according to Newsweek.

Conversely, Greene doesn’t appear to care what they think.

“What you guys need to know is I really don’t give a rat’s ass what anybody up here says about what I’m doing,” she told CNN’s Manu Raju while standing on the steps of the Capitol late Wednesday.

Listen:

Their Democrat colleagues are reportedly also maneuvering against them.

“Jeffries, Democratic Whip Katherine Clark and Democratic Caucus Chair Pete Aguilar said in a joint statement that they would not support Greene’s motion, while vowing to ‘aggressively’ push back ‘against MAGA extremism’ and ‘turn the page on this chapter of pro-Putin Republican obstruction,'” Newsweek notes.

And then there’s Johnson, who earlier this week rudely dismissed Greene’s motion as a nothing burger not worth sweating over.

Asked by NewsNation’s Blake Burman whether Greene is a serious lawmaker, he replied, “Bless her heart, I don’t think she’s proving to be.”

Listen:

Meanwhile, leftists have taken to trolling Greene by producing their own version of the MUGA hat and selling it to their Ukraine-loving groupies.

Observe:

Vivek Saxena

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