Marjorie Taylor Greene with Matt Gaetz and two other men on a beach (L) Feet in sand (R)


‘What’s going on with Marjorie Taylor Greene’s feet?’: QAnon congresswoman posts feet on main, gets roasted

Don't post feet on main.


David Covucci


Posted on Jul 19, 2021   Updated on Aug 30, 2023, 11:12 am CDT

If the cardinal rule of being a politician on the internet is to be authentic, a second, probably even more important tenet is this: Don’t share shots of feet on main.

The internet is rife with horndogs, and perhaps none are more vigilant than those frisking the photos of the famous to find feet.

This weekend, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), most famous for riling up Twitter users with her conspiratorial claims, found another subset of the internet to set aflame.

Greene was traipsing around a beach in Southern California with Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), a state neither of them represents, as part of their America First tour.


And the images from the event left people speculating that something was… afoot.

Marjorie Taylor Greene Feet: What Users Are Saying

marjorie taylor greene mtg feet

It certainly seems like she’s missing a toe or two, although the quality of the images is lacking. Maybe she has 10 toes, maybe she does not. It’s possible she has a hammertoe or two, and the way she’s standing in the images obscures her pinky toes on both feet.

But it wasn’t only a stir on Twitter, the pictures also made their way over to WikiFeet, the site dedicated to sharing, rating, and discussing the feet of anyone even tangentially famous.

There, Greene’s overall rating is now currently 2.5 out of five stars, signaling she has “OK” feet.

marjorie taylor greene wikifeet comment section

Users on the site, while still speculating about the current number of toes, have noted that more recently she seems willing to show them.

“She seems to wear open-toed shoes a lot, which is good,” wrote one user.

Greene has never spoken publicly about the feet controversy.

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*First Published: Jul 19, 2021, 9:15 am CDT