Mobster wannabe Marjorie Taylor Greene compared the GOP to the mafia, telling Steve Bannon that the Republican party is divided into "five families" that meet on a weekly basis. (See video below.)
"People are arguing, people are clashing, people are also starting to agree, and there's a meeting that's happening every single week, and we meet in Kevin McCarthy's office, and it's called the 'five families,'" she said, using a mafia reference glorified by Mario Puzo's Godfather series — and later, by Francis Ford Coppola's films.
"And the five families — you know my reference," mobster Madge continued, smiling coyly. "The five families are parts of our conference … And we're coming together and having discussions on how we're going to govern in the majority, and it's literally my favorite meeting."
I wonder if the Georgia don, whose five-family fantasy is as fanciful as the gazpacho police, knows how The Godfather ends?
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