Tiffany Cross is becoming quite a star over at MSNBC. The pundit, who hosts a weekend show on the network, is completely unwilling to hold back. And this willingness to speak her mind has help Cross go viral a number of times over the last year.
On Friday night, the MSNBC host might have created a new moment. While speaking to Dem. Rep. Jamie Raskin, Cross compared Marjorie Taylor Greene to the homeless woman who sleeps on her block.
Cross and Raskin were discussing a recent incident where Taylor Greene accosted Liz Cheney. Cheney was speaking with Raskin as the time of the altercation.
The Maryland congressman said of the argument, “Well, I’ve never met Marjorie Taylor Greene, I’ve never been properly introduced to her. And she began by approaching me and asking when we were going to have hearings about the violence in the Black Lives Matter protests, and I said we really did need to have a hearing about Kyle Rittenhouse and the two protesters that he shot and killed with his assault weapon. And so she turned to Liz Cheney and began engaging with her about something.”
Cross then jumped in, “I mean, we can kind of laugh at this because she’s laughable. But it’s kind of scary that she sounds like the homeless woman who sleeps on my block. This is a woman actually an elected member of Congress that, it feels a bit unsafe, like she keeps asking for these encounters.”
Watch a clip of the segment below, courtesy of MSNBC:
.@RepRaskin: "I was impressed by the fact that Liz [Cheney] who is about the best-mannered, most poised member of Congress we've got gave as good as she got from Marjorie Taylor Greene and was not letting her get away with anything." #TheReidOut #reiders pic.twitter.com/N6byu0zPQj
— The ReidOut (@thereidout) October 22, 2021
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