Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) on Wednesday showed displayed photos of Hunter Biden engaging in sexual activities with a prostitute during a hearing of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee.

The move came during a hearing that was centered on the testimony of two IRS whistleblowers into Biden’s tax crimes.

The meeting was looking into how the Justice Department mishandled Biden’s plea deal and preferential treatment for the President’s son.

“I would like to let the committee and everyone watching at home know that parental discretion is advised,” Greene warned before she began questioning IRS special agents Joseph Ziegler and Gary Shapley.

The first part of the hearing went as usual with Republicans stating that the whistleblowers’ testimony was extremely credible while using it as a launching point for further speculation about the “Biden crime family” and allegations of foreign bribery schemes.

Toward the end of Greene’s questioning, she showed the pornographic images of Biden which sparked immediate protests from other members of the panel.

Greene came with a series of posterboards displaying X-rated images from Biden’s infamous laptop.  She then asked the two witnesses if they believed the president’s son’s involvement with prostitutes violated any federal laws.

“So when Hunter Biden paid for this woman to do this with him, to travel across state lines from California to Washington, D.C., on June 15, this is a violation of the Mann Act. This was prostitution,” she said, while holding up photos of a nude Hunter Biden.

Hunter Biden’s attorney Abbe Lowell called Greene’s move “political theater,”.  They added, “We are curious to hear how that instance of pure harassment of a private person’s personal life informed Congress of some real gap in our tax laws.” Lowell also said, “Nothing is beneath Ms. Greene.”

Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy’s office has not issued a statement over if he thought Greene’s behavior was appropriate and if he planned any disciplinary action against her.

In a Newsmax interview, Greene admitted the sexually explicit images made her “uncomfortable,” but maintained that they amounted to evidence that “the American people deserve to see.”