On Monday, Boebert, who opposes McCarthy’s bid, took a shot at Greene, who is backing McCarthy, saying her opinion isn’t that important because she believes in “Jewish space lasers.”
“I’ve been aligned with Marjorie and accused of believing a lot of the things that she believes in. I don’t believe in this just like I don’t believe in … Jewish space lasers,” Boebert told Real America’s Voice at a Turning Point USA conference in Phoenix.
Boebert was referring to a social media post Greene shared before she entered politics suggesting that a California wildfire had been caused by space lasers from the Rothschild family.
Greene responded, blasting Boebert for being “childish.”
“I’ve supported and donated to Lauren Boebert. President Trump has supported and donated to Lauren Boebert. Kevin McCarthy has supported and donated to Lauren Boebert. She just barely came through by 500 votes,” she wrote on Twitter.
“She gladly takes our $$$ but when she’s been asked: Lauren refuses to endorse President Trump, she refuses to support Kevin McCarthy, and she childishly threw me under the bus for a cheap sound bite.”
Greene added that she’s not worried about “high school drama and media sound bites.”
“The country is facing extremely difficult times. Americans expect conservative fighters like us to work together to Save America and that is the only mission I’m 100% devoted to,” she wrote.
This isn’t the first time Boebert and Greene have feuded. Earlier this year, the two women were reportedly close to trading blows during a heated exchange over Greene attending a far-Right event hosted by white supremacist Nick Fuentes.
Three people with connections to the Freedom Caucus confirmed the confrontation at the time.