On June 21, 2023, a heated argument between two Republican congresswomen, Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert, on the House floor made headlines. According to several sources, including The Daily Beast and The New York Post, Greene called Boebert a “little bitch” during the confrontation.

The argument was reportedly over the dueling resolutions both lawmakers have put forward to impeach President Biden. The incident was caught on C-SPAN cameras, and the footage shows Boebert approaching a seated Greene before the name-calling. People who witnessed the fiery exchange told The Daily Beast that Boebert was upset about “statements you made about me publicly.” Greene reportedly told Boebert, “I’ve donated to you, I’ve defended you. But you’ve been nothing but a little bitch to me. And you copied my articles of impeachment after I asked you to cosponsor them.”

After Greene cursed her colleague out, Boebert responded by shrugging her shoulders and saying, “OK, Marjorie, we’re through,” the report said. “We were never together,” Greene reportedly shot back, as Boebert had her back turned. The argument reportedly continued, with Boebert accusing Greene of accidentally spitting on her lip. At the end of the conversation, Greene said she told Boebert, “You need to shut up because the only person that’s recognized to speak right now is me.

”The incident has sparked a lot of reactions on social media, with many people condemning Greene’s behavior. Some have called for her to apologize to Boebert, while others have criticized her for using such language on the House floor. This incident is not the first time that Greene has been involved in controversy. She was stripped of her committee assignments by the House of Representatives due to her past comments on a variety of issues.

The incident between Greene and Boebert highlights the growing divide within the Republican Party. While both lawmakers are considered to be part of the party’s populist wing, they have different views on certain issues.

The incident between Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert on the House floor has sparked a lot of reactions on social media and highlighted the growing divide within the Republican Party. Their confrontation shows that the party is far from united. The incident also raises questions about the decorum and professionalism of lawmakers on the House floor and the need for civility and respect in political discourse at a time when the right-wing is being called on for unity by their constituency.