Republican congressional nominee Marjorie Taylor Greene sent shock waves through political spheres earlier this summer when she won the Republican primary to represent Georgia's 14th Congressional District. Greene is a believer in QAnon, the wide-ranging conspiracy theory that President Donald Trump is working to save the nation from a network of satanic pedophiles and cannibals.
In Georgia's solid red 14th District, it's almost certain that Greene will be heading to Congress in 2021.
Until then, Greene seems to be passing the time by trolling her future colleagues on Twitter.
The nominee, who ran ads brandishing an assault weapon and telling "antifa terrorists" to "stay the hell out of northwest Georgia," took a swipe at progressive Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York.
She asserted that AOC had "single handily" put a stop to dumb blonde jokes with her supposed lack of intellect.
Ocasio-Cortez graduated cum laude from Boston University with degrees in economics and international relations, in addition to winning national awards for academic science experiments.
While still skilled in academia, the Congresswoman is even more famous for her adeptness at Twitter clapbacks.
This time was no exception.
Greene dismissed Ocasio-Cortez's comeback, claiming "no one cares about typos."
But Greene was just about the only one not cheering.
Meanwhile, Greene's response was largely mocked.
The exchange was yet another example of Republicans trying—and failing—to come for AOC.
Like all elections for the House of Representatives, Greene's election is on November 3.