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Marjorie Taylor Greene's 'Repent' Earthquake Tweet Shakes Up Internet


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22 minutes ago, moonman said:

Ah yes, eclipses that we predict years before hand and have known all about for hundreds of years are a "sign from god".

Next she will say the tides are a new thing and they are god trying to wash us away. I don't know which one is a bigger moron, her or Trump, but she's somehow even more repulsive. The fact that a few special idiots take her rantings seriously makes my head hurt.

The fact that they elected her in there hurts mine.

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46 minutes ago, moonman said:

Ah yes, eclipses that we predict years before hand and have known all about for hundreds of years are a "sign from god".

If the Mayan calendar hadn't run out they would have told us this eclipse would happen.

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We managed to get a whole 5 posts into this discussion before Trump was brought into it.  Keep going, folks, we will beat the record, one day!

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I don't really know much about her, but she needs to keep her mouth shut.   She is similar to biden.

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8 minutes ago, Myles said:

I don't really know much about her, but she needs to keep her mouth shut.   She is similar to biden.

She is Trumps closest supporter in Congress, and there are very very few things she does without Trumps approval!!!!:yes:

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23 minutes ago, Paranoid Android said:

We managed to get a whole 5 posts into this discussion before Trump was brought into it.  Keep going, folks, we will beat the record, one day!

gladly PA… I’ll try to bring trump in by the second post next time. .     Post# 25   Trump is a dangerous psychopath!!            How can we discuss MTG without mentioning DJT . . she is like a leech hanging on his hideousness.     Do I sound like I dis-like trump?   :P      Well, yes, very much.

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24 minutes ago, Paranoid Android said:

We managed to get a whole 5 posts into this discussion before Trump was brought into it.  Keep going, folks, we will beat the record, one day!

Dam you are complaining about someone bring Trump into the discuss, and then you do the exact same thing kind of hypocritical.:no:

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4 hours ago, preacherman76 said:

Why the hell would anyone want to go to NJ? 

Trump Bedminster Golf Club is there?

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2 hours ago, Grim Reaper 6 said:

She is Trumps closest supporter in Congress, and there are very very few things she does without Trumps approval!!!!:yes:

Welll...here's the thing about cults of personalities: They generally end in one of two ways.

Most commonly, the main character dies, thus the movement dies, and the followers scatter to the wind.  Kinda like the Westboro Church.

The second though...is when the main character outlives his stay.  When their reputation no longer matches up to the reality.  At that point, you see rebellion from within the ranks.  You see the higher-ups start talking about how their leader doesn't exemplify the values they used to see in him.  The more hard-core a believer, the greater the reaction to seeing their leader fail.

MTG...is right around there.  She isn't the blind believer she used to be.  But she is in a bad place right now; she is in the limelight and she is in over her head, experience-wise.  The more she drowns, the more she's gonna curse the name of the person she see's as putting her there.

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41 minutes ago, aquatus1 said:

Welll...here's the thing about cults of personalities: They generally end in one of two ways.

Most commonly, the main character dies, thus the movement dies, and the followers scatter to the wind.  Kinda like the Westboro Church.

The second though...is when the main character outlives his stay.  When their reputation no longer matches up to the reality.  At that point, you see rebellion from within the ranks.  You see the higher-ups start talking about how their leader doesn't exemplify the values they used to see in him.  The more hard-core a believer, the greater the reaction to seeing their leader fail.

MTG...is right around there.  She isn't the blind believer she used to be.  But she is in a bad place right now; she is in the limelight and she is in over her head, experience-wise.  The more she drowns, the more she's gonna curse the name of the person she see's as putting her there.

 

I totally disagree with your Commets I highlighted above. She is Trumps strongest supporter; she even goes as far as adding to his conspiracy theories. She follows Trump around like a lost puppy and she follows him so close if stopped abruptly her head would get stuck in his butt!!!!!!!:devil:

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7 minutes ago, Grim Reaper 6 said:

 

I totally disagree with your Commets I highlighted above. She is Trumps strongest supporter; she even goes far as adding to his conspiracy theories. She follows Trump around like a lost puppy and she follows him so close if stopped abruptly her head would get stuck in his butt!!!!!!!:devil:

I think she is competing Tim Scott for Trump VP.:lol:

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20 minutes ago, aquatus1 said:

Welll...here's the thing about cults of personalities: They generally end in one of two ways.

Most commonly, the main character dies, thus the movement dies, and the followers scatter to the wind.  Kinda like the Westboro Church.

The second though...is when the main character outlives his stay.  When their reputation no longer matches up to the reality.  At that point, you see rebellion from within the ranks.  You see the higher-ups start talking about how their leader doesn't exemplify the values they used to see in him.  The more hard-core a believer, the greater the reaction to seeing their leader fail.

MTG...is right around there.  She isn't the blind believer she used to be.  But she is in a bad place right now; she is in the limelight and she is in over her head, experience-wise.  The more she drowns, the more she's gonna curse the name of the person she see's as putting her there.

I think MTG will do or say anything for Trump right now. I do agree with the main character outliving his stay. Just about everyone who was part of his first term are talking about what Trump's values really are. They all were either jailed, threatened or publicly humiliated to satisfy Trump's ego. Some Republicans are speaking out from retirement and some are leaving. They aren't doing it for Biden's sake. 

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3 hours ago, lightly said:

gladly PA… I’ll try to bring trump in by the second post next time. .     Post# 25   Trump is a dangerous psychopath!!            How can we discuss MTG without mentioning DJT . . she is like a leech hanging on his hideousness.     Do I sound like I dis-like trump?   :P      Well, yes, very much.

Gahh! I just threw up in my mouth a little.🤮 So much for lunch.🤢

 

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20 minutes ago, Katniss said:

I think she is competing Tim Scott for Trump VP.:lol:

That is very possible, but no matter how loyal she is I don't believe Trump would pick a female VP. He is an old school bigot, who believes that it is a women's place to take care of the home. But I could be wrong, just have a feeling that unfortunately I am not!!!!!!!:yes:

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1 minute ago, Grim Reaper 6 said:

That is very possible, but no matter how loyal she is I don't believe Trump would pick a female VP. He is an old school bigot, who believes that it is a women's place to take care of the home. But I could be wrong, just have a feeling that unfortunately I am not!!!!!!!:yes:

Yes I think you are right. Before I predicted that she would be Orange Jesus VP, but now I am becoming convinced that he will pick Tim Scott for his VP. Tim Scott is like Mike Pence and that is what Orange Jesus likes for his VP.

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12 minutes ago, Katniss said:

Yes I think you are right. Before I predicted that she would be Orange Jesus VP, but now I am becoming convinced that he will pick Tim Scott for his VP. Tim Scott is like Mike Pence and that is what Orange Jesus likes for his VP.

Yea he likes someone who will quietly sit by and watch the destruction he will cause while kissing his big nasty ass. I think Trump literally soiled his diaper when Pence refused to take part in the Jan 6 insurrection. Up until that point I thought Pence was just another Trump sycophant, but I am so glad I was wrong, because Pence was truly the hero of the day, never expected it. :yes:

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12 hours ago, preacherman76 said:

I think she is right. Definitely signs of judgement. If not God owns Sodom an apology. 

Those who mock God's word will deserve their fate and they will go down screaming their hate as loudly as they can.  Greene isn't my hero nor do I think she's a prophet but it isn't really Greene that's being mocked, is it?  I think that most of the "self-fulfilling prophecy" crowd will hang on to it no matter how much evidence of fulfillment comes their way.  So be it.  The good news we are promised is that the harvest at that time will be "a number no man can count".  I think that the suffering during that time will reduce the total number of those who are proud to the point of worshipping their own knowledge over the wisdom of a Creator.  

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7 hours ago, preacherman76 said:

Yep, another major blow to the food supply. And another example of gain of function, the US and China have been working on. 
 

Just in time for the election 

They control the media so they can control the message but THIS TIME they will find a very unmanageable population that will not be shouted down again.  That "simple minded crowd" that numbers in the tens of millions isn't subject to their delusions and demands again.  Imagine their surprise when we all just say No, I don't think I will obey.

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11 minutes ago, and-then said:

Those who mock God's word will deserve their fate and they will go down screaming their hate as loudly as they can.  Greene isn't my hero nor do I think she's a prophet but it isn't really Greene that's being mocked, is it?  I think that most of the "self-fulfilling prophecy" crowd will hang on to it no matter how much evidence of fulfillment comes their way.  So be it.  The good news we are promised is that the harvest at that time will be "a number no man can count".  I think that the suffering during that time will reduce the total number of those who are proud to the point of worshipping their own knowledge over the wisdom of a Creator.  

Matthew 7 NIV - Judging Others - “Do not judge, or - Bible Gateway

Psalm 146:3-5 KJV - Put not your trust in princes, nor in - Bible Gateway

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My favorite when it comes to people like MTG is 1 Timothy 2 11-12.

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10 minutes ago, Gromdor said:

My favorite when it comes to people like MTG is 1 Timothy 2 11-12.

There are women who can be good teachers. She isn't one of them.

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2 minutes ago, susieice said:

There are women who can be good teachers. She isn't one of them.

She certainly isn't, in fact I would be afraid to allow her anywhere near any children. Because, she is truly unbalanced mentally, but I just can't get past the fact that people keep voting her into office, that just amazes me!!:td:

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17 minutes ago, Gromdor said:

My favorite when it comes to people like MTG is 1 Timothy 2 11-12.

You have ignored the context of this verse. Even if the passage is saying women should be silent (arguably it's not that simple, but this isn't the spirituality section,  so let's pretend this is a directive to Christian women),  it's in the context of church worship. The text here says nothing about women leading or talking in secular contexts. Thus MTG working as a secularity elected official is entirely biblical!

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Just now, Paranoid Android said:

You should read your bible more often. Even if the passage is saying women should be silent (arguably it's not that simple, but this isn't the spirituality section,  so let's pretend this is a directive to Christian women),  it's in the context of church worship. The text here says nothing about women leading or talking in secular contexts. Thus MTG working as a secularity elected official is entirely biblical!

Its a dam shame people only quote the portion of the bible that suits them in given conversation. Now, Green may be religious I have no idea, but I obvious think she is also mentally unhinged and that has nothing to do with the bible or her faith. One thing is for certain, Green is slipping and each day she slips further. If her mental faculties continue to decline, she will melt down and her claims about Jewish Space Lasers will no longer be funny!!!!!:yes:

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8 hours ago, preacherman76 said:

Why the hell would anyone want to go to NJ? 

Word is it wasn't an earthquake after all. It was just Chris Christie falling out of bed. 

🤣

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