HOLLYWOO, CALIFORNIA — Whether or not her political career ends up being anything more than a series of publicity stunts designed to troll progressives, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Q-GA) might just be able to transition to a job that would keep her in the spotlight. Depending on how her first acting gig goes, Greene could secure herself future roles, and she reportedly just landed her debut job, starring as famous racehorse champion, Seattle Slew.
“19th Century Fox News is pleased to announce that a star has been found for its upcoming release, Running Hard, Running Fast: The Seattle Slew Story, after years of searching for the right horse that could blend both athleticism and believable acting,” a press release issued today states. “Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene acts like a moron so convincingly every day, and she owns several Q-rossfit gyms, and we couldn’t be more pleased with her addition to the already stellar cast.”
Greene will star as Seattle Slew, a thoroughbred horse who was the tenth winner of the Triple Crown. While Rep. Greene ran unopposed to win her congressional seat, 19th Century Fox believes she still “understands competition” on a fundamental level, which will be “vital to successfully playing the part.” Greene will star opposite other familiar conservative actors.
“Scott Baio will play Seattle Slew’s jockey, Jon Voight will play the breeder,” the press release goes on further to announce, “and Tomi Lahren will play various piles of horse shit on the race track, a role she was quite literally born to play.”
Rep. Greene was asked about her casting in the film this morning during an interview on OAN. She said it’ll be a “thrill and honor to play such a big winner.”
“Before now, I’d never really thought of an acting career. But when they told me I’d get a lot of attention and have cameras pointed at me all the time,” Greene explained, “I had take them up on the offer. Besides, I’ve been wanting to show off how fast I can run for a long time, so this was the perfect opportunity to do just that.”
Principle photography is set to begin some time later this year.
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