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Dan Crenshaw Hurls Insult At Majorie Taylor Greene: You might be a Democrat or just an idiot”

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Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw feuded with Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene over the use of FEMA to help deal with the recent surge of the Omicron variant. Crenshaw got personal quick insulting Greene by calling her a Democrat.

Greene ripped Crenshaw on Instagram writing: “No Fema should not set up testing sites to check for Omicron sneezes, coughs and runny noses. And we don’t need Fema in hospitals. He needs to stop calling himself conservative, he’s hurting our brand.”

Crenshaw said during an Instagram story, “Hey, Marjorie, if suggesting we should follow Trump policy instead of Biden mandates makes you mad, then you might be a Democrat – or just an idiot.”

Instagram stories disappear after 24 hours. Greene was responding to Crenshaw’s appearance on Fox News where he said:

“Well, we’d love to be able to give you better news but the reality is Congress has already appropriated tens of billions of dollars to this specific problem, right now it’s a management problem.

“The executive branch is not executing these dollars in an efficient manner.

“That’s what’s going on, and again, look. I’m a conservative.

“I always make sure people know, there is only so much the government can do, and the moment that it starts doing more than it should be doing, you start to see unintended second and third-order consequences that harm everybody worse than you wanted to.

“So what the federal government should be doing, again, using their FEMA resources to bolster a lot of these testing sites, open up new testing sites.

“This is what we saw happen during the Trump administration.

“They should be using our resources to increase those supply chains to get those monoclonal antibodies out to people faster, and President Biden announced this – we just haven’t seen results from it, helping us get more healthcare workers from the military or from FEMA to aid in some of these hospitals that are feeling a little bit overwhelmed,” he said.