Maybe Marge Greene was trying to atone in her own fashion for her Jewish space laser idiocy of yore. In any event, she sent a misspelled greeting to the Jews along with a picture of a Hannukah menorah, which is the equivalent of putting the caption Happy Easter on top of a Christmas tree. She was quickly ridiculed and so deleted the tweet. Here it is in all its glory.
Marjorie Jewish Space Laser Greene deleted this post. She wants you to think she's not anti-Semitic, so she posted a Yom Kippur greeting… with a Hannukah menorah. pic.twitter.com/6nYbXy1u6a
— Lauren Windsor (@lawindsor) September 24, 2023
It’s g’mar chatima tova. So Marge’s greeting is the equivalent of Mury Chrestmas, but hey, good hearted folks will get the message. So think of a Christmas tree with Mury Chrestmas and you’ve got it. Or better yet Merry Fucking Creeesmus, to bring Melania Trump, another holiday expert into the fold.
She did it on purpose- antisemitic ignorance is her favorite holiday greeting
— bolue123 ☮🏴☠️ (@bolue123) September 24, 2023
I think she’s legitimately sloppy and stupid, but I suppose it could have been done on purpose. Anything is possible.
I’m just glad I could return the sentiment. pic.twitter.com/eqHRyJoTZp
— SnarkTank (@TheSnarkTank99) September 24, 2023
That’s a picture for Chanukah. Different Jewish Holiday. Yom Kippur is where you atone for your sins. Lord knows you will be very busy. https://t.co/gFJHO0MD07
— Jared Moskowitz 🟧 (@JaredEMoskowitz) September 24, 2023
Will a book burning do? Asking for those that don’t have a Yom Kippir menorah.
— Santos (@santos_r19) September 24, 2023
Oh, Marge. If you would just delete yourself from Congress, that would be the one gift that we would cherish forever, people of all races, colors, and creeds.