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People love to use astrology to put others into boxes.
It's human nature to want to create imaginary files for people so we can better understand them. But when it comes to astrology, it leaves many wondering if there is any truth behind the grouping - especially when it comes to politics.
We know people in the Republican party share a common ideology - but what about the congresspeople who help make those ideas a reality?
Are all of them work-driven Capricorns? Or perhaps attention-seeking Leos?
The air sign represents people born between January 20th and February 18th. Some well-known GOP Aquariuses include Andy Harris, Lee Zeldin, Jim Jordan, and Kevin McCarthy
According to Co-Star, Aquariuses (Aquarii?) are known for being highly independent, semi-outcasts with radical ideas.
“Intelligence, to them, means the ability to formulate the most unpopular opinion possible. If they were white sheep, they’d dye their wool black just to prove a point,” the astrology website says.
Horoscopes.com says Aquariuses' greatest career challenge is bureaucracy because they have “a good idea of how things should be done, and could probably do them better than whatever currency system is in place.
Co-Star also lists things like “actually believes in conspiracy theories” and “doesn’t 'do' feelings” as other personality traits. Hmm...
\u201cYou did this, Kevin McCarthy.\u201d
— The Lincoln Project (@The Lincoln Project)
Coming in second with 27 congresspeople falling under the sign is Pisces which represents people born between February 19th and March 21st.
Pisces are known for being emotional, “excessively romantic", and daydreamers. Co-Star describes Pisces as “not self-absorbed… but absorbed in themselves.”
According to Allure, their weakness can be their daydream-y mentality, "When the fog is thick on the water, the horizon is obstructed and there is no differentiation between the sea and the sky."
Adam Kinzinger, Dan Crenshaw, Jodey Arrington, Mitch McConnell, Mitt Romney, and Warren Davidson are all Pisces.
\u201cMitch McConnel being a Pisces makes no sense. Someone on spiritual Twitter explain\u201d
The third most-commonly found sign was Scorpio with 26 notable members including Andy Biggs, John Neely Kennedy, and Beth Van Duyne.
Those born between October 23rd and November 21st fall under Scorpio, a water sign.
Like the Scorpion it is associated with, Scorpios are known for being determined, sometimes frightening, trailblazers. Horoscope.com describes Scorpios as people who "love debates, aren't afraid of controversy, and won't back down from a debate."
"They also hate people who aren't genuine, and are all about being authentic—even if authentic isn't pretty," the website says.
(President Joe Biden is also a Scorpio.)
\u201cthe shift from a gemini president to a scorpio president is so apparent. who even is joe biden \ud83d\ude2d\u201d
People born between June 21st and July 22nd like Elise Stefanik, Lindsey Graham, Virginia Foxx, and more.
Known for being sensitive, compassionate, and nurturing, the crab is often associated with maternal instincts.
"They are frequently haunted by grief," Co-Star says. "It’s hard for them to share their pain with others, and they are often afraid to be vulnerable because they carry a fear that people will use their weaknesses against them.
\u201cCongresswoman Elise Stefanik derided the American Rescue Plan as a \u201cfar-left wish list.\u201d \n\nThis week, she\u2019s touting the $12.9 million in funding it provided to rural hospitals in her district.\u201d
Born between July 22nd and August 22nd, Leos are "the ultimate showmen" with the "theatrical flair of a Broadway star and the charisma of a politician."
Madison Cawthorn, Liz Cheney, and Glenn Thompson are all part of the Leo crowd.
"Leos have an unrelenting appetite for growth that is easily satiated by the praise of others," Co-Star says. "They want to be the center of the universe."
On the flip side, Bustle says, "these cosmic lions actually have surprisingly fragile egos, and it can be hard for them to take criticism gracefully. If they feel like they’re not getting the credit or attention they deserve, they’ll quickly become sulky, sad, and sensitive.
\u201cOffices that are \u201cno longer regularly staffed\u201d and voice mail is not \u201cregularly\u201d monitored, voting by proxy 86 times, Madison Cawthorn has completely bailed on finishing out his tenure. \n\n\u201cHe\u2019s not anywhere to be found.\u201d https://t.co/wIu45UWqAZ\u201d