Rep. Crockett Fails to Notice Major Problem with Feud Merchandise

Marko Aliaksandr /
Marko Aliaksandr /

It’s become apparent that the political left has nothing real to fight for anymore. Unsurprisingly, that means its members take joy in making petty fusses about every little thing. But they can’t even do that right…

Take Democratic and Texas Representative Jasmine Crockett, for example.

Crockett, along with Democratic New Yorker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, recently got into it a bit with Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene during a House committee hearing.

The hearing was in the midst of discussing a charge of contempt of Congress against Biden’s Attorney General Merrick Garland.

It was Greene’s turn to speak at the mic, but Crockett didn’t like her talking, so she interjected, asking why Greene had brought up Democrat donor and New York judge Juan Merchan and his daughter. If you weren’t aware, Merchan is currently presiding over the federal NY trial accusing Trump of mishandling business records.

After asking such, Greene blasted back that perhaps Crockett’s “fake eyelashes are messing up what you’re reading.”

Naturally, the liberal representative thought this was a “racist” barb, and so threw one of her own moments later.

“I’m just curious. To better understand your ruling, if someone on this committed then starts talking about somebody’s bleached blonde, bad-built, butch body, that would not be engaging in personalities, correct?”

Crockett is apparently quite proud of herself for her little comment because she’s now selling shirts with the same phrasing on them.

There’s just one problem: Crockett spelled her own name wrong…

On the bottom of the shirts, under her saying, is a pseudo signature from the Rep. But the “e” in her last name has been changed to an “r.”


It’s also quite a bit hypocritical.

Remember, the confrontation between the two representatives supposedly began because of a “racist” comment. But by most people’s standards, Crockett’s was just as problematic, seeing as how “butch” is usually seen as a homophobic word.