- Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene misgendered CA gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner, calling her a “man in a dress.”
- Jenner responded by referring to a settlement reached between Greene and a liberal PAC in March.
- “Tough talk coming from someone who backed down to the woke mob and settled out of court with a Twitter troll,” Jenner wrote.
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia misgendered conservative California gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner in a Twitter feud, calling the celebrity a “man in a dress.”
“GOP support & consultants working to elect Jenner for Governor in CA are playing the left’s stupid identity politics game,” Greene wrote on Twitter on Monday. “A game that sells out our faith, family, and freedoms.”
“Stop promoting this man in a dress & NEVER-Trumper,” she continued. “CA Patriots worked too hard & deserve better.”
Jenner responded to Greene’s tweet by referencing a March settlement that was reached between Greene and MeidasTouch LLC, a Los Angeles-based political action committee, that bars her from blocking anyone on her Twitter account or other social media while she holds office.
The congresswoman will also pay $10,000 in legal fees to MeidasTouch, which the organization said they would donate to two organizations “pushing for common sense gun reform.”
“Tough talk coming from someone who backed down to the woke mob and settled out of court with a Twitter troll,” Jenner wrote. “Now your money is being used to take guns away from law abiding Americans.”
Representatives for Jenner and Greene did not immediately return Insider’s request for comment.