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Marjorie Taylor Greene Accidentally Turns ‘Indictable’ Into Dirty Word

Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene from Georgia became the talk of social media after a video surfaced of her mispronouncing the word “indictable,” turning it into an unintentional double entendre. The incident took place during a House Homeland Security Committee meeting where the potential impeachment of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was being discussed in relation to his handling of the U.S.-Mexico border crisis.

In her statement, Greene said, “This historical evidence is overwhelming that the Founding Fathers intended impeachment to be used to deal with the commission of ‘in-dick-table’ crimes and the abuse of power.”

Social media users quickly caught on to the amusing mispronunciation, drawing comparisons to a previous incident where Greene displayed what seemed to be naked pictures of Hunter Biden during a House Oversight Committee meeting.

Some users playfully suggested that politicians should familiarize themselves with the correct pronunciation of legal terms before using them as political tools.

This isn’t the first verbal slip-up for Greene, as she gained attention in February 2022 for accusing then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of involving the “Gazpacho Police.”

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