Marjorie Taylor Greene is a sitting lawmaker in Congress. The die-hard Trump fan and QAnon-spouting representative is in some hot water.
Apparently, back in 2018 and 2019, Greene, on social media, she showed support for and advocated for the murder of leaders in the Democratic party.
So, for most people that right there would’ve been enough. But for the Georgia representative, the controversy doesn’t end there.
On Wednesday, a video showing Greene chasing after Parkland shooting survivor turned gun control advocate David Hogg went virual.
The conspiracy theorist literally follows Hogg for blocks just screaming at him about “taking away her rights.” Amazingly, Hogg doesn’t responded to the crazy woman.
On Thursday morning, Hogg spoke out in response to the now-viral video.
I’m not fan of Hogg and his desire to severely restrict the use of firearms but Greene appears to be in desperate need of a mental evaluation and not in a place of authority.
She’s not even been on the job for a month and these two things have already come out. Imagine what else is out there about her. But this is where the Republican party is, this is the party of Trump.
People like Mitt Romney, Adam Kinzinger and Liz Cheney are “RINOS,” “snowflakes” to be excommunicated but those like Greene and Lauren Boebert are welcomed with open arms in what was once the party of Lincoln.
Conspiracy theories are mainstream in the Republican party and so are those who openly support and advocate for them. And so far, the GOP has given absolutely no indication of changing course.