This is, to put it simply, petty.
Democrat Michael San Nicolas wanted to use the military to bully Marjorie Taylor Greene after she said at CPAC that Guam was a “alien country.”
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This comes on the heels of the Marines’ effort to bully Tucker Carlson.
San Nichols gathered the entire Guam National Guard and marched them all the way to her office.
What really is going on? Is it true that we’ve arrived in North Korea?
Sending the military to the office of a political opponent isn’t exactly the best look
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San Nicholas said that he was doing it to raise “awareness” about Guam’s relationship with the United States, but it appears to be far more political than that.
Again, there is no such thing as a “good opportunity” to use the military to bully people, but this is probably the worst of them all.
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The Pacific Daily News published this article.
San Nicolas was ordered to return to Greene’s office because Greene was not there. San Nicolas said he and the Guam National Guard would bring cookies to other leaders in Washington while meeting with Greene’s team.
Maj. Gen. Esther J.C. Aguigui, adjutant general of the Guam National Guard, said, “We appreciate Congressman San Nicolas’ efforts to reflect our culture of inafa’maolek, or bringing peace, practiced here in Guam.” “We also want to thank Congresswoman Greene for helping to raise awareness of Guamanians as US citizens.”
“We welcome any opportunity to share our island’s rich history and strategic significance on the national stage,” said Krystal Paco-San Agustin, the governor’s director of communications.
As of noon Tuesday, Del. San Nicolas had not responded to a request for comment.
Guam’s Republican Party leader, Juan Carlos Benitez, has contacted the congresswoman’s office to clarify Guam’s alliance with the United States. Greene’s office staff, according to Carlos, recognizes that the Georgia delegate made a mistake.
Imagine the uproar if a Republican did anything similar to a Democrat rival.
My Goodness, the whole Democratic Party will be gagging.
It’s completely unacceptable, and it just emphasizes the gross double norm that exists.
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