Get The F–k Out Of My Face’ People Speculate On What Boebert Told MTG

Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) was elected Speaker of the House after a historic 15th vote was cast early Saturday following delays in the process by numerous GOP holdouts, with many refusing to support him until later ballots.

The negotiations proved heated, with numerous examples of disputes seen during the House Speaker selection process.

One seemingly tense moment was seen in an exchange of words between Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-TX). While cameras showed the mouths of both representatives, audio could not be heard during the interaction.

Some have alleged that Boebert said, “Get the f–k out of my face.”

Boebert reportedly responded to questions about Greene’s support for McCarthy at Turning Point USA’s AmericaFest conference in Phoenix last month: “I’ve been aligned with Marjorie and accused of believing a lot of the things that she believes in.”

Greene had her own criticisms of Boebert as well:

According to Politico, the two also apparently tangoed in the past over Rep. Greene’s appearance at AFPAC, an event featuring political commentator Nick Fuentes.

Another notable display occurred when Rep-elect Mike Rogers (R-AL), was physically restrained after he appeared to go after Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL).

“Mike D. Rogers of Alabama, who expects to become chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, on which Gaetz serves, stormed toward the huddle [Gaetz and McCarthy], enraged. Richard Hudson (R-NC), a member of the leadership, walked with Rogers, aware of how angry he was,” reported The Washington Post.

Greene reportedly condemned Rogers for his actions, saying, “There will be consequences’ for Rogers’ actions. Mike Rogers lost his temper and was basically going to, you know, put his hands on Matt. And it was actually Richard Hudson who grabbed Mike Rogers from behind and pulled him away. So yeah, that was completely out of line. And then I’m sure it’ll be dealt with.”