She previously reported Kimmel to the police
On November 28, TV host Jimmy Kimmel once-again devoted some of the opening monologue for his post-Thanksgiving show to comment on Georgia's most-outspoken and divisive Republican - Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor-Greene.
In particularly, Kimmel wanted to address remarks made by MTG in response to his previous comments on her book. After mocking her for publishing her book, remarking that "this is the first book she's written (or read)", Taylor-Greene had goaded him on Twitter, suggesting:
"...since most of your show content is your nonstop lies about me, why don’t you have me on your show? I’ll bring you a copy of my book and we can chat about what needs to happen to SAVE AMERICA!"
During his opening monologue on November 28, Kimmel responded to the remarks, pointing out that MTG appears happy to ask to come on the show to discuss her book project, but was also pretty poorly disposed towards him just last year when she reported him to the Capitol Police for a supposed threat of violence.
MTG continues relentless book proposal
In spite of being unable to secure an invite onto the Jimmy Kimmel show MTG appears extremely motivated to promote her book by whatever means she can muster. On November 27, she took to Twitter to announce that she'd just given an interview with the former Fox News anchor, Tucker Carlson.
In a tweet that appeared to be little more than an advert for her book, she teased followers:
"Just interviewed with Tucker Carlson about my new book MTG. This is a spicy interview that might hurt a few feelings."
While Jimmy Kimmel has no reason to host MTG, particularly given her past attacks on him, it would seem obvious why Carlson was happy to meet with her. The pair frequently chatted on-air before Carlson was ousted from his position at Fox News, a move that Taylor-Greene was quick to criticize as Fox "caving to the woke mob".
How is her book doing?
In the days since it was released on November 21, the book had received just 4 reviews on Amazon, with an average of just 1 star being given to those who've taken the time to review it so far. Reviewers on Amazon were unanimous in their dislike for the book, which the Georgia Republican had teased as being a "tell-all" must-read when she first announced the project in September.
So-far it would seem that the book hasn't measured-up to the hype. One reviewer on Amazon.com put it simply, describing the book as "total fiction":
"I couldn't even get through half of the book. MTG is living in a different world than most people. You can tell it stretches the truth and imagination"
It seems likely that within a few days, the hype will have died down and the people of Georgia can hopefully see MTG getting back to doing what she was supposed to as their nominated representative in Congress.
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