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Marjorie Taylor Greene spotted vacationing in Costa Rica

Georgia Congress Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene was seen vacationing in Costa Rica.

According to Insider, Greene and her family were on a flight from Atlanta to Costa Rica last Sunday, December 18.

“My parents are her constituents, and I thought it was funny how they are freezing right now in Rome, GA, while she’s in CR on vacation,” said the person who saw her on the plane.

Greene enjoyed a warm and sunny Christmas in the country along with her family as they spent the holiday in Guanacaste.

“For the past 15 years, Congresswoman Greene and her family always take a trip together at Christmas time. And this year was extra important,” said a spokesman from her congressional office.

However, the family vacation to Costa Rica coincided with a series of important votes and a turbulent week in the U.S. Congress.

Newsweek informed that the Republican Congresswoman “faced backlash for heading to Costa Rica for vacation, ultimately skipping Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s address to Congress and not voting in person on the nearly $1.7 trillion omnibus bill.”

She was also criticized for “leaving at a time when her state is experiencing power outages caused by an extreme winter storm.”

U.S. political action committee MeidasTouch also slammed Greene on Twitter.

“Despite all of her angry tweets about the Omnibus bill and Zelenskyy, Marjorie Taylor Greene was caught fleeing the country to Costa Rica for vacation earlier this week. She voted by proxy, despite introducing a bill to ban proxy voting earlier this year.”

Insider also informed that Nick Dyer Greene’s spokesman mentioned that the Representative “not only did her job as Congresswoman, but she also did her most important job: being a mom. She’s spending much-needed and much-deserved quality time with her children and their father.”

He added that all Greene had “done is follow Nancy Pelosi’s rules, and she’s happy she could proudly vote NO to the $1.7 trillion Omnimonster.

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