Marjorie Taylor Greene to Become First Sitting Member of Congress to Pose for Playboy

ATLANTA, Ga. – Georgia Republican representative Marjorie Taylor Greene will become the first sitting member of congress in U.S. history to pose for Playboy Magazine, according to the congressional newspaper, The Hill, which broke the story Saturday.

“Mrs. Greene will be the featured centerfold in the upcoming September 2022 North America edition,” Juanita Roberts, a spokesperson for the company, confirmed to Real News Right Now. Describing Greene as “graceful,” Roberts said the Georgia congresswoman was “a joy” to work with and “a stunning example of the modern woman.”

Playboy has so far remained tight-lipped on the details of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s historic photoshoot. However, a congressional aide for Ohio representative Jim Jordan, who was present for a shoot in Mrs. Greene’s office at the US Capitol Building, told The Hill that the resulting photographs were “surprisingly elegant.”

The aide, who spoke to The Hill on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the press, said Mrs. Greene posed for a series of photographs in which she was “tastefully draped” in a Russian flag.

“At the behest of Mrs. Greene, we did a Fourth of July-themed set” at the congresswoman’s suburban home in Rome, Georgia, Playboy spokesperson Juanita Roberts told Real News Right Now. Alluding to the upcoming September issue’s historic centerfold, Roberts said Greene appears “seductively posed” with an AR-15 rifle in front of a billowing Liberian flag.

“It was an odd choice,” the spokesperson conceded before adding that, when pressed, Mrs. Greene reportedly became agitated and accused the Playboy team of questioning her patriotism.

 

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