After Judge Arthur Engoron ruled against Trump to the tune of several hundred thousand dollars, Marjorie Taylor Greene mistakenly called for him to be 'disrobed.'
Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene was widely mocked in the aftermath of New York Judge Arthur Engoron's recent $355 million business fraud verdict against former President Donald Trump after she misspoke while demanding Engoron's removal from the bench.
Engoron's ruling asserted that Trump and his company engaged in business fraud by manipulating the valuation of assets, specifically inflating the worth of his Florida property, Mar-a-Lago. The judge supported the valuation provided by a Palm Beach appraiser, which estimated the property's value between $18 million and $27 million, significantly lower than Trump's claim of over $1 billion.
Taking to X, formerly Twitter, Greene accused Engoron of being a "disgrace" and called for him to be "disrobed" in response to the verdict:
"Judge Engeron should be disrobed and thrown out, he’s a disgrace!! Mar-a-Lago in 1981 was only a home, today it is one of the most exclusive social clubs in the world. Mar-a-Lago is worth more now than the ridiculous judgement he ruled against Pres Trump!"
The major problem with Greene's remarks was her grammar: She used the word "disrobed," a word used to describe the act of removing one's clothes, when she should have used the word "disbarred," which refers to the act of removing a lawyer or judge from a bar association or the practice of law, thus revoking their law license or admission to practice law.
You can see her post below.
Critics seized on her error—and mocked her immediately.
Aside from her poor grammar, Greene has also made headlines for multiple groanworthy speaking flubs.
Notably, she made headlines after telling her supporters in a video from her official podcast that the government is planning to monitor their eating habits and “zap” them to make them eat meat that's been grown in a "peach tree dish."
Greene appeared to refer to a "Petri dish," the name for a shallow transparent lidded dish that biologists use to culture different types of cells, including bacteria and molds.
Regardless, she showed no signs of correcting her error as she cautioned her followers "to accept the fact that the government totally wants to provide surveillance on every part of your life."
Previously, Greene was also mocked for claiming that Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi is running a "gazpacho police," confusing the word for the Nazi secret police—"Gestapo"—with the word for a cold soup and drink made of raw, blended vegetables that originated in southern Spain.
Earlier this month, Greene also awkwardly mispronounced the word "indictable" during a House Homeland Security hearing. Instead of pronouncing the word correctly as "in-die-tah-bull," Greene—who should know how to say the word given her unwavering support for Trump despite his multiple indictments—said "in-dick-tah-bull."