It's easy to become a MAGA minion but staying in good standing is another matter.
Believe it or not, there are standards that have to be maintained.
Raw Story recently ran a story by columnist Charles P. Pierce about Elise Stefanik being a "nuisance" because of her "clumsy performance art" bid to exonerate Trump of his impeachments.
That's just a recent example of how the GOP Congressional majority spends their time. They can't tolerate poor performances by their peers who prove to be ineffective actors.
The theatre group sometimes referred to as The Freedom Caucus is divided on kicking Marjorie Taylor Greene out of their clubhouse and challenging Kevin McCarthy's role as Speaker of the House.
They're also pissed off at Gym Jordan's committee that looked like fools as Democrats shredded John Durham who was supposed to deliver a major knockout blow to the libs.
To anyone watching the hearing it was obvious Durham wished he was somewhere in the Swiss Alps drinking chocolate in a secret getaway.
Dramatic performances are a must in the MAGA lawmaker's Guide to Sedition (with lots of illustrations for those who can't read). Fiery rants are a rudimentary skill for political puppets who wear red hats and believe Trump was sent by God. (To punish us maybe - but certainly not as a gift.)
Republican lawmakers aren't required to know squat about politics and legislating. GOP Rep. George Santos is one of many examples of that. If you're in trouble with the law that adds extra points for the MAGA minded. Just look at their supreme leader.
I think it's unfair to suggest that Trump supporters don't have standards. They have their marching orders (which are kinda like standards) and do their best to be like their pagan demigod Don of the Many Lies.
As it stands, "Performance art is really more of a command than an invitation." Elvis Mitchell