Marjorie Taylor Greene Calls Out Hollywood For Targeting Southerners

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( – Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA.) has defended her state following a recent “Curb Your Enthusiasm” sitcom episode in which her state’s voting laws were mocked. 

In a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Tuesday, the Representative argued that she had watched the episode of the HBO sitcom released this week and that it was a large reminder of why her state’s Republicans were resented by Georgians for having invited “the nasty commies” from Hollywood and California. 

She continued by arguing that the sitcom episode included lies as it painted conservatives and supporters of former President Donald Trump as “rednecks” and “racists” and even made fun of the new laws that they had set up which would block Stacey Abrams from influencing the election through voter fraud and tampering with the voting machine. 

She added that people in Georgia were completely fed up with the values of Hollywood and the elite who were trying to turn their state blue. 

The episode that Greene was referring to is the 12th episode in the show’s final season with star Larry David. In the episode, David visits a polling station and is shocked when he sees a queue of voters waiting for hours in the heat just to vote. 

He reacts by going and buying water for all those waiting in line and then saying that it was insane what everyone in the line had to go through just to vote. However, police officers were quick to arrive at the scene and tell him that what he was doing was a violation of the Election Integrity Act and that he needed to be arrested. 

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