Last Thursday night, Sean Hannity questioned Republican Representative Lauren Boebert of Colorado about her relationship with Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia.
According to a far-left media outlet, the two were allegedly overheard having a contentious exchange on the House floor. The outlet stated afterward that Greene had expressed her unhappiness with Boebert.
According to the outlet’s source, Greene told Boebert that she had donated to her, and she had defended her, But she had been nothing but a little bitch to her. And she then accused her of copying her articles of impeachment after she asked her to cosponsor.
Boebert allegedly said they were ‘through,’ and Greene replied they were never ‘together.’
At the conclusion of their Fox News chat, Hannity posed the question to Boebert.
He said It would be irresponsible of me not to inquire about your relationship with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Boebert remarked that Greene was not her enemy. Right now, my opponent is Joe Biden’s agenda and the Democrats. According to Boebert, the House has to “expedite” the impeachment process against President Biden.
The tension between the two representatives has been building for quite some time. Back in January, Boebert allegedly referred to Greene as “unhinged.”
Greene reported to social media that last Saturday night at her Washington, D.C., home, Greene’s television switched on by itself, and the screen displayed a laptop computer attempting to access the television.
Greene included a statement vouching for her health and optimism about life, a euphemism for the fact that she isn’t suicidal in the event that she unexpectedly faces danger.
According to the report, multiple “swattings” occurred at Greene’s Georgia home last year, prompting authorities to investigate phony reports of gunfire.
The alleged effort at television eavesdropping on Greene is similar to the breaches identified on the home computers used by former CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson under the Obama administration that were linked back to the federal government.