Marjorie Taylor Greene was elected to the U.S. Congress by the voters of Georgia. Unfortunately, the
Deep State establishment doesn't like her, and they've been trying to get rid of her since day one.
Swalwell Learns a Hard Lesson After Picking a Fight With Marjorie Taylor Greene. Say what you want about
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, but one thing about the first-term Republican Congresswoman from Georgia that no one
can dispute is that she does not back down from a fight, especially when she's on the receiving end of an unprovoked
attack. A number of House Democrats and media figures have learned that the hard way over the last few months,
including Illinois Rep. Marie Newman and so-called "reporters" from CNN. Suffering fools gladly simply
is not her style.
Taylor Greene Challenges AOC To A Debate On The Green New Deal. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene issued a
debate challenge to her colleague, far-left Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), regarding the Democrat's Green New Deal
proposal. Greene (R) issued the challenge via a series of tweets. "AOC I'd like to challenge you to a debate on
the Green New Deal economic policy," she wrote. She suggested a discussion on the merits of the Green New Deal would be
of interest to a national audience and said the pair could even choose their own moderators. Greene advised pitting her
degree in business administration and experience running a company up against Ocasio-Cortez's degree in economics "would be
informative for the American People."
blacklisted American: A congresswoman because she speaks her mind. They're coming for you next:
Since her election in November 2020 Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Georgia) has repeatedly irritated many
people for her strong and very outright conservative opinions on everything from election fraud to religion to Donald Trump
and Joe Biden. As a result she has become the target by many on the left, resulting in her Twitter account being
suspended more than once. In one case it was because she had said posted a tweet celebrating Easter and glorifying the
resurrection of Jesus. In another case it as because she called for the supporters of Trump to rally against election
fraud and the possibility that the 2020 presidential election was stolen. In both cases her account was reinstated by
Twitter within twelve hours, with the social media platform claiming the first suspension was a mistake while the second was
not (having violated Twitter's partisan rules that forbid anyone from suggesting that there might have been election
tampering that led to Biden's victory). These Twitter attacks are ugly and illustrate that platform's anti-Republican
and leftist agenda, but it is still a private company. More important have been the efforts to muzzle Greene in
Congress, led by the Democrats.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Sponsors Three Bills For The People. Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has
sponsored three bills in the past month. Her immigration bill, H.R.1883, was sponsored on Mar. 12, and she sponsored
two other bills, H.R. 2316 and H.R. 2317, on April 1. H.R. 2316 is a bill to reduce the salary of
Dr. Fauci, and H.R. 2317 seeks to protect from discrimination citizens who choose not to be vaccinated with the Covid-19
vaccine. Greene told Steve Bannon of the War Room Pandemic Podcast that she plans to defund Dr. Fauci's salary with the
sponsorship of her new bill, the "Fire Dr. Fauci Act" or H.R. 2316. Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY-4) joined as a
co-sponsor. Fauci has been Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) since 1984 and is
the highest-paid government employee in D.C., according to Greene. She told Bannon that Fauci's salary is $434,312, more
than that of the President.
confirms it suspended Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's account 'in error'. Twitter confirmed Monday
[4/5/2021] that it suspended Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's account "in error" because she tweeted on Easter, "He is
risen" — the second time the social media giant has sidelined the Georgia Republican in a month. Greene
announced that she was back online in a post. "@Twitter suspended me again by 'mistake' yesterday after I tweeted, 'He
is risen.' Everyone knows that's a LIE, and it was no mistake," she wrote on Twitter. In a statement, Twitter
insisted it happened "in error." "We use a combination of technology and human review to enforce the Twitter Rules
across the service. In this case, our automated systems took enforcement action on the account referenced in
error. This action has been reversed, and access to the account has been reinstated," the statement said.
reverses another ban on Marjorie Taylor Greene after she claims she was suspended for tweeting 'He is risen! Happy
Easter!' Twitter suspended the account of Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene 'in error' on Sunday
[4/4/2021] for the second time in weeks. The Congresswoman questioned whether her Twitter account was suspended after
she wished her followers happy Easter. But the social media platform explained the suspension as a result of the site's
algorithm. 'We use a combination of technology and human review to enforce the Twitter Rules across the service. In
this case, our automated systems took enforcement action on the account referenced in error. This action has been
reversed, and access to the account has been reinstated,' Twitter explained in a statement. Greene's account was
suspended for about 12 hours before Twitter had it reinstated.
Taylor Greene: Fire Fauci and ban vaccine mandate and passport. In a double-barreled blast at the
coronavirus crisis, Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene today offered bills to ban COVID-19 vaccination mandates such as
those called for in vaccine "passport" proposals and to fire Dr. Anthony Fauci. In her "Fire Fauci Act" and "We
Will Not Comply Act," the controversial representative took direct aim at the Biden administration's support for a
vaccination passport and promotion of near daily advice by Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and
Infectious Diseases. "Americans deserve better than a self-promoting career bureaucrat like Fauci, who spent the last
year getting it wrong almost all of the time," Greene said.
Taylor Greene dubs COVID-19 vaccine passports 'Mark of the Beast'. Freshman US lawmaker Rep. Marjorie
Taylor Greene (R-Georgia) dubbed the idea of a COVID-19 vaccine passport for those who have been inoculated against the novel
coronavirus as US President Joe Biden's "Mark of the Beast." In a video on social media by the NGO Right Wing Watch,
Taylor Greene went further than the biblical allegory for the devil, and criticized the vaccine for being controlling and
"fascism, or communism — whatever you want to call it." She further added that any company requiring one was
engaging in what she dubbed "corporate communism." The idea of a COVID-19 passport first made waves after being
utilized in Israel. Known locally as a "green passport," the system has equipped people who have been immunized against
COVID-19 with a special pass that allows them to participate in activities, such as going to gyms and restaurants and traveling.
Monopolies Are A Constitutional Loophole For Fascism. "Corporate communism" began trending on Twitter Tuesday
afternoon [3/30/2021] due to a video of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene coining the term. The freshman Republican was talking
about the Biden administration's ambitions to buddy up with so-called private companies in creating a way to identify who has been
vaccinated against the Wuhan virus. These "vaccine passports" would allow some combination of companies and the government to
prohibit unvaccinated people from traveling, going to events or gatherings, or otherwise participating in a free and normal society.
Perhaps more troubling than the ruling class telling Americans they must receive a vaccine in order to participate in normal life is
the prospect of the government colluding with monopolistic corporations to accrue private health data from American citizens and restrict
their lives accordingly.
Marjorie Taylor Greene to Newsmax TV: Effort to Expel Me 'Will Fail'. A defiant Rep. Marjorie Taylor
Greene, R-Ga., on Newsmax TV vowed to keep fighting back against efforts to censor and silence her, including a resolution by
Rep. Jimmy Gomez, D-Calif., to expel her from the House. This will only make her base stronger, she vowed to
Tuesday's [3/23/2021] "National Report." "It would be very foolish for anyone in Congress to expel me when I have done
absolutely nothing wrong," Greene said. "And if Democrats and Republicans join together to have me expelled for doing
nothing wrong, for a few comments on social media, then this is a real precedent that the American people will not stand for,
and my district would just reelect me and send me back, so their effort will fail." Gomez is leading the latest effort
to restrict Taylor Greene's congressional influence after she was sidelined from sitting as a GOP member on House committees
earlier this year, her first in Congress.
Rejects Resolution by Democrats to Expel Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
(D-Calif.) on Friday [3/19/2021] said she rejected a move by some Democrats led by Rep. Jimmy Gomez (D-Calif.) to expel
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) from Congress. About 70 House Democrats joined Gomez in signing the
resolution. However, to expel a member of Congress, the bid requires a two-thirds supermajority, meaning that a
significant number of Republicans would need to join. "I'm not going to get into that," Pelosi told reporters Friday
about the bid to expel Greene, suggesting that she did not support his resolution. "Members are very unhappy about
what's happened here. And they can express themselves the way they do. What Mr. Gomez did is his own
view. And that is not a leadership position." Expulsion is a rare scenario in Congress. The last time a
member was expelled was in 2002 when the House voted to force out then-Ohio Democratic Rep. James Traficant after he was
convicted of several corruption charges and faced sentencing in prison.
You can vote all you want, but the elites will decide who your representative is. Democrats
ready resolution to expel Marjorie Taylor Greene from Congress. Dozens of House Democrats are rallying behind a
long-shot bid to expel Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from Congress. Rep. Jimmy Gomez, a Democrat from
California, plans to introduce a short resolution on Friday, which has 72 Democratic co-sponsors. "Despite numerous
efforts to reach out to House Republicans — and quite a few conversations — none of them were willing
to publicly support the resolution at this time," a spokesperson for Gomez told Forbes. A two-thirds supermajority is
needed for it to succeed, which is unlikely, considering Democrats only control the lower chamber 219-211.
Did The Guam National Guard Visit Marjorie Taylor Greene's Office At The Capitol Yesterday? I can't understand
how anyone involved in this thought it was a good idea but it's not the first time lately that the military has bent the
rules against service members playing politics while in uniform in order to embarrass a populist Republican. The Marine
Corps had to apologize for unprofessional behavior a few days ago when one of its social-media accounts started snarking at
Tucker Carlson for wondering why pregnant women are allowed to serve. The Pentagon went so far as to issue a press
release responding to Carlson with the clickbait-y headline, "Press Secretary Smites Fox Host That Dissed Diversity in U.S.
Military." A Twitter pal recently observed that the U.S. military has received withering criticism in the post-9/11 age
about life-and-death matters like the occupation of Iraq and counterterrorist drone strikes in remote lands and they've
endured it (mostly) in silence, which is proper in a country where civilians are in charge. Cross certain lines of
wokeness, though, and it turns out that even the Marines have their breaking point. When did owning the cons become
part of the defense department's mission?
'diplomacy' or intimidation? Guam Nat'l guard visits MTG's office after calling them foreign. At the
Conservative Political Action Conference, Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene mistakenly referred to Guam, which is a
U.S. territory, as a foreign land and that earned her a visit from the Guam National Guard, replete with cookies. "I'm
a regular person. And I wanted to take my regular-person, normal, everyday American values, which is, we love our
country. We believe our hard-earned tax dollars should just go for America, not for what? China, Russia, the
Middle East, Guam, whatever, wherever," Greene stated in February at CPAC. "If we want to build roads, if we want to put
money into schools, if we want to build border walls, we want it right here at home. This is easy to me; it's easy to
us, but it's not easy to Washington." In response, Guam Rep. Michael San Nicolas and a whole contingent of the Guam
National Guard were recorded traipsing towards Greene's office on Monday where, unfortunately for them, she was not in
attendance. That did not stop them from leaving cookies as a reminder that they are part of the U.S. They
called it "cookie diplomacy."
congressman marches National Guard troops to GOP representative's office. Democrat Congressman San Nicolas, of
Guam, marched National Guard troops from his home territory through the halls of Congress, leading them straight to the
office door of an opposing party congressperson. [Quoting tweet:] ["]Interesting timing, considering all weekend
we were talking about the politicization of the military. They don't [care] how it looks.["] Rep. Nicolas
stopped his 20 or so troops to office door of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. As majestic music plays, since this was all
done with pride on the part of Rep. Nicolas, he stands in the hallway outside Rep. Greene's office with a gift basket,
flanked by troops in camo fatigues. Nicolas approached the door, and an aide knocks briefly before entering the office unannounced.
The Editor says...
What remarkably poor judgment! What was to be gained from this stunt? The politicization of the military is unwise,
to say the least. How did that work out in Venezuela, or Zimbabwe, or Burma?
Marjorie Taylor Greene Discusses The UniParty Process in Washington DC as an Economic System. Representative
Marjorie Taylor Greene has rapidly become one of the most ardent supporters of MAGA policy and political perspectives in
Washington DC. She is opposed by all the correct enemies as to reflect how the UniParty politicians consider her a risk
to the DC system. Today [3/11/2021] MTG appeared on the Steve Bannon podcast to discuss her perspective and experience
in Washington DC with Democrats and Republicans. Ms. Greene notes her experience with the UniParty apparatus, a
singular political outlook that surrounds all of the politicians occupying Washington DC.
Interview With Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. One of the most interesting parts of attending CPAC 2021, was
the opportunity to meet folks we only see on TV, hear on the radio, or read about on the internet. During Saturday's
session, I had the opportunity for a one-on-one interview with US Representative, Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Congresswoman
from my neighboring state of Georgia. I will say right up front, I like this lady. She's smart, articulate,
personable, and seems to understand who she works for, unlike a goodly number of DC swamp denizens.
The Republican Party Is More Marjorie Taylor Greene Than It Is Liz Cheney. A new Quinnipiac University poll out
Wednesday shows Americans think Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA) more exemplifies the Republican Party than
Rep. Liz Cheney (WY). The poll is almost certainly meant to convey just how far adrift the Republican Party
has become in the eyes of the media, but in reality, it is more emblematic of how difficult it is going to be for the GOP to
separate themselves from supporters of former President Trump. Alienating Trump means alienating your conservative
base. And that base wants fighters, regardless of their past controversial comments — which Greene has
apologized for — not people who bow down to the Democrats and the mainstream media at the first sign of a
manufactured crisis — which Cheney has not apologized for.
Will Regret Their Move against Marjorie Taylor Greene. At least Marjorie Taylor Greene won't have to spend time
sitting at the end of the dais during long committee hearings. House Democrats voted to boot her from her committee
assignments in an act that they will surely come to regret, perhaps as soon as January 2023. If the majority can keep
members of the opposition party off of committees based on incendiary comments, it's not clear why the GOP ever let, say,
Maxine Waters serve on any committees when it had control of the chamber, or why it ever will again. Kicking off Greene
will come to be remembered as another inflection point in the steady unraveling of institutional norms on Capitol Hill.
Her or Not, The Move by Democrats Against Rep. Greene is Wrong. On Thursday [2/4/2021], Democrats decided
to take unprecedented action by removing Rep. Marjorie Taylor Geene (R-GA) from all her committee positions due to her
past statements around conspiracy theory. In specific, Greene used to promote QAnon conspiracy prior to entering
Congress. She has made several other questionable statements as well around 9/11 and school shootings. While I do
not support the conspiracy theories, the actions against Greene are wrong. It's more than the simple act of Democrats
essentially vetoing a Republican assignment. It's the absolute double standard of the Democrats on full display.
Time and again the Democrats ignore ridiculous actions in their own party while trying to hold Republicans accountable.
For example, [...]
You Think Marjorie Taylor Greene's Expulsion From House Committees Is the End You Are Sadly Mistaken. Yesterday [2/4/2021], Georgia Representative Marjorie
Taylor Greene was stripped of her committee assignments by vengeful Democrats and with the connivance of eleven quisling Republicans:
– M. Diaz-Balart (FL)
– B. Fitzpatrick (PA)
– C. Gimenez (FL)
– J. Katko (NY)
– Y. Kim (CA)
– A. Kinzinger (IL)
– N. Malliotakis (NY)
– C. Jacobs (NY)
– M. Salazar (FL)
– C. Smith (NJ)
– F. Upton (MI)
Her expulsion was demanded and cheered on by the same voices on the right that supported Joe Biden for president because President Trump was just too much
for their tender sensibilities. To be clear, Taylor Greene was targeted for punishment because she is an actual Trump supporter and there is a slim chance
that she can be coopted by the DC power structure. The betrayal of a colleague by these eleven creatures did not affect the vote but they did add a
"bipartisan" stench to the whole affair. By casting their votes they prevented the vote from being what it was, partisan scalp-taking, and made it seem
as though they acted from principle and not cravenness.
You, Democrats: MTG Is Now Even More Formidable. Truth be told, I haven't given much time or attention to
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, the now notorious "MTG". Aside from her Republican status, I have also wondered why the
legacy media bothers to try and destroy this freshman Congress member. [...] MTG is a flamethrower. No doubt about
it. She's a rabble-rouser and takes every opportunity to stir the pot. Who else could fit that description?
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Radical). There are a number of documented conspiracy theories and a ton of inflammatory
statements made by this sophomore Representative from Michigan. The only difference is that a) She's a Democrat, and
b) her conspiracies and statements are acceptable to the Left. Ranting about Israel, Free Palestine, and your hatred for
Donald Trump are as regular to Democrats as Metamucil. Georgia, like Michigan, and like California, is a diverse state,
and the person who flies in one District would be shunned in another. Bottom line, they are the "representative" who
the people of that particular District in that particular State wanted in office.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Thanks Democrat 'Morons'. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., expressed thanks to
House colleagues who stripped her of her committee assignments Thursday after she offered regrets for her past statements on
the QAnon conspiracy theories, school shootings, and 9/11. "If I were on a committee, I'd be wasting my time," Greene
said in a press conference Friday, a the day after the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives voted against her.
She appeared just hours after tweeting that she was grateful for the Democrat "morons" and 11 Republicans who voted against
her, saying they only made her more prominent. She also noted that because Republicans are in the minority, she would
have had little impact with committee work.
'Crackdown' Only Begins with Marjorie Taylor Greene. It's not just MTG they claim to abhor. And, it's not
just elected officials who must be purged from society. In the opening weeks of the Biden Administration, high-profile
political players openly spoke of "reprogramming" Trump supporters. CNN has taken it upon themselves to have Fox News
removed from cable systems across the country. Never mind the inconvenient fact that CNN is owned by one of the
nation's largest cable providers (nothing improper about this, right?). The organized Left wants Tucker Carlson
silenced and removed from the airwaves, and they've even sent their own angry insurrectionists to storm his home and
terrorize his family to send the message. Incidentally, there are still no criminal charges in the attack on Tucker
Carlson's family. Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube are actively removing content they disagree with, and they colluded to
silence the legitimate and accurate reporting from The New York Post on the FBI criminal investigation into Hunter Biden's
shady, overseas deals that allegedly benefited Joe Biden.
House Votes To Strip Marjorie Taylor Greene Of Her Committee Assignments. The House of Representatives voted
Thursday to strip Republican Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of her committee assignments. In a 230-199 vote,
the House voted to remove Greene from the House Education and Budget committees. Greene has continued to claim that
Trump won the Nov. 3 presidential election and has been linked to a number of conspiracy theories, including QAnon related
conspiracies. Greene gave a speech on the House floor Thursday after a Wednesday night meeting with House Republicans
where she apologized for promoting conspiracy theories and reportedly was met with applause by many in the room. House
Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Wednesday that he would not remove Greene from her committee assignments.
Taylor Greene is removed from House committees with 11 Republicans joining Democrats to vote her off. Georgia
Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene effectively demanded the House to reinstate her to her committee seats and 'correct this
unprecedented wrong' after she was removed on Thursday when 11 Republicans joined Democrats to vote her off 230 to 199.
Greene, who did not make the comment herself, retweeted a post from Andy Biggs, a Republican congressman from Arizona,
telling his colleagues 'not to give in to the Left's lawless authoritarianism.' 'Time for Republicans to do what's
right and correct this unprecedented wrong. Put Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene back on her committees,' Biggs wrote.
House votes to
strip Rep. Marjorie Greene of her committee assignments over social media posts. The House of
Representatives voted to strip Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) of her committee assignments over numerous social
media posts and videos supporting conspiracy theories and threats against Democrats. 230 members of the House voted
in favor of the motion, while 199 voted against it. Most Republicans voted against the measure but 11 broke with their
party and voted with Democrats. Greene deleted the posts and videos that showed support for conspiracy theories including
QAnon and claims that the heinous Parkland massacre was a "false flag" incident orchestrated by the government to pass gun
control. In comments on Facebook unearthed by CNN, Greene's account signaled support for the execution of Democrat
leaders, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).
Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committees; 11 Republicans cross aisle in vote. A fiercely divided
House tossed Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene off both her committees Thursday, an unprecedented punishment that Democrats
said she'd earned by spreading hateful and violent conspiracy theories. Underscoring the political vise her
inflammatory commentary has clamped her party into, nearly all Republicans voted against the Democratic move but none
defended her lengthy history of outrageous social media posts. Yet in a riveting moment, the freshman Republican from a
deep-red corner of Georgia took to the House floor on her own behalf. She offered a mixture of backpedaling and
finger-pointing as she wore a dark mask emblazoned with the words "FREE SPEECH."
Refuses to Remove Taylor Greene from Committees, Attacks Dems for Rejecting Compromise. House Minority Leader
Kevin McCarthy on Wednesday ripped into his Democratic colleagues for refusing to consider a compromise regarding stripping
GOP Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of her committee assignments. "I understand that Marjorie's comments have
caused deep wounds to many and as a result, I offered Majority Leader Hoyer a path to lower the temperature and address these
concerns," McCarthy said in a statement. "Instead of coming together to do that, the Democrats are choosing to raise
the temperature by taking the unprecedented step to further their partisan power grab regarding the committee assignments of
the other party," McCarthy said.
Move to Alinsky Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene For Thought Crimes Against Totalitarian State Interests.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.) has been under a blistering assault from leftist politicians and members of the
republican wing of the UniParty vulture. The current approach is an attempt to "Alinsky" (Isolate, Ridicule, Marginalize)
Ms Greene and vote to remove her from her committee assignments. Her crime: thoughts against the regime and
open discussions of questions she carries; this, pesky freedom of expression thing, is not to be tolerated in a totalitarian
state. There is a massive amount of hypocrisy when contrasting Rep Taylor Greene's statements against those made by
almost every democrat who was pushing the Trump-Russia conspiracy hoax for over 4 years.
Taylor Greene's, Liz Cheney's futures in balance as House GOP gathers for crucial meeting Wednesday. House
Republicans will gather Wednesday afternoon for a conference meeting that comes as two of its members are in hot water for
very different reasons, and they could face threats to their futures in the party. Debate is expected at the meeting
about the standing in the conference of Reps. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., and Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga. Cheney
angered many of her fellow Republicans with a vote to impeach former President Trump, triggering a push by some of the Trump
loyalists in the conference to remove her as the conference chair. And intense focus is on Minority Leader Kevin
McCarthy, R-Calif., over Greene. The GOP leader Tuesday had his long-awaited, in-person talk with Greene —
who's shown little if any remorse for previously espousing conspiracy theories.
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