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QAnon Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Reveals She Had A 'GREAT Call' With Donald Trump Who 'Supports' Her As She Vows To 'Never Apologize' After Being Slammed For Calling Parkland And Sandy Hook School Shootings Hoaxes

QAnon Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene Reveals She Had A GREAT Call With Donald Trump Who Supports Her As She Vows To Never Apologize After Being Slammed For Calling Parkland And Sandy Hook School Shootings Hoaxes
Date Posted: Saturday, January 30th, 2021

*Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene announced on Twitter on Saturday morning that she had spoken to Donald Trump

*She claimed they had a 'great call' and that she is 'grateful for his support'

*The QAnon-supporting congresswoman blasted Democrats throughout

*She called Trump her 'all-time favorite POTUS' as she compared herself to him due to the criticism she has received

*It comes as she faces increased calls to resign over her past comments supporting conspiracy theories around school shootings

*She has claimed that the Parkland and Sandy Hook shootings were a hoax

*On Wednesday, a March 2019 video emerged of Greene stalking Parkland school shooting survivor David Hogg

*She accused Hogg, who was only 18 at the time, of being funded by George Soros, and of 'using kids' to 'attack our Second Amendment rights'


Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene announced on Saturday that she had a ‘great call’ with former President Donald Trump, who gave her his support despite the recent backlash against the controversial Georgia lawmaker.

In a long statement posted to Twitter, Greene claimed that the American people are ‘absolutely 100% loyal’ to 'all-time favorite POTUS' Trump and that she ‘won’t back down’ as she battles against the ‘enemy within’.

Greene, the first person to serve in Congress and openly support the QAnon conspiracy theory, continued to blast Democrats over the coronavirus shutdowns and Black Lives Matter protests as she claimed they had failed to protect the American people.

She branded the Democrats a ‘never-ending blood thirsty mob’ as compared herself to Trump, due to the recent criticism she has faced.

Greene also vowed to 'never apologize' despite a week of backlash over her support of school shooting conspiracy theories and her branding of the Parkland and Sandy Hook shootings as a 'hoax'.

Earlier this week, video emerged of her harassing a Parkland mass shooting survivor in 2019, and Facebook posts were unearthed in which she showed support for executing top Democrats.

Trump's support also comes after it emerged she berated fellow freshman Congresswoman Cori Bush in a hallway and footage surfaced of her saying 'gangs control' black and Hispanic men.

‘I had a GREAT call with my all-time favorite POTUS, President Trump!’ she wrote.

‘I’m so grateful for his support and more importantly the people of this country are absolutely 100% loyal to him because he is 100% loyal to the people and America First.

'You can never beat him because We the People have his back,' she claimed before mounting her attack on the Democrats.

'The blood thirsty media and the socialists hate America. Democrats are attacking me now just like they always attack President Trump.

'I can promise you this. I won’t back down. I’ll never apologize. And I’ll always keep fighting for the people. For me, it’s America First!!!

'Any elected politician that isn’t putting America First doesn’t deserve their position or the people’s trust.'

Greene then complained that the Democrats are guilty of 'America Last policies', which are for 'sell-outs and losers'.

'In these divisive times, real leaders must be determined and strong to be able to withstand the rabid mob that preys on weakness in order to get their way, which is to destroy our country,' she claimed.

'Yes, there is an enemy within. And that enemy is a poisonous rot of socialist policies and America last sell outs who are pompous hypocrites that believe they are untouchable elites.'

Greene's Twitter rant continued even further as she accused Democrats of bringing in 'devastating shutdowns' while they 'wined and dined maskless', referring to California Governor Gavin Newsom who was caught indoor dining without a mask.

'They promoted, supported, cheered, and funded deadly violent Antifa/BLM riots that burned cities, attacked our police hurt innocent people, and terrorized Americans,' she added.

While stating that she condemned the violence seen on the Capitol on January 6 as a pro-Trump mob stormed the building - and claimed that she too was a victim - Greene also took a hit at the decision to bring in 25,000 members of the National Guard to protect the inauguration as a result.

'Where was this type of protection for all of the people and American cities that have been ravaged over the last year?' she asked.

'Where is the outrage for the regular people who were left to endure the Democrat riots with no one swooping in to save the day? They only care about themselves.

'This is why I will never back down and will stand up against the never-ending blood-thirsty mob who has addicted their followers to hate, in order to everything I can to protect our freedoms,' Greene concluded.

'I’m so thankful to say the people have my back and I will always have theirs.'

Greene gained national headlines as she ran for election due to her unwavering support for Donald Trump and the QAnon conspiracy theory, which centers on the ex-president making moves against a Satan-worshiping, cannibalistic, child sex trafficking ring filled with Democratic politicians and prominent liberals.

She has repeatedly pushed other unfounded conspiracy theories including that late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was replaced by a body double; the 2017 Las Vegas massacre that left 58 dead was organized by Democrats; and that there is no evidence a hijacked plane hit the Pentagon on 9/11.

This week, she refused to quit despite the overwhelming amount of old footage and Facebook posts now resurfacing and causing backlash.

On Friday, Democratic Rep. Cori Bush revealed that she is moving office after an altercation with Greene in the hallway as she called for her to be expelled from Congress.

She said that Greene 'berated' her, as Bush branded the Georgia lawmaker a 'white supremacist'.

Bush also pointed to Greene's 'repeated endorsements of executing top Democrats before taking office' as well as her 'renewed, repeated antagonization of the movement of black lives' as 'serious concern.'

'All of this led to my decision to move my office away from Taylor Greene's for the safety of my team. My office is currently being relocated from the Longworth House Office Building,' Bush said.

Bush insisted she was not relocating 'out of fear' but said that she cannot do her job while looking 'over my shoulder wondering if a white supremacist in Congress is conspiring against me and my team'.

Yet Greene has claimed that it was Bush who berated her and that Democrats hate her only because she's 'a threat to their goal of Socialism'.

She lashed out on Friday and accused the Democrat of leading the 'Black Lives Matter terrorist mob' to the home of a St. Louis lawyer couple in the summer.

The McCloskeys were the white Missouri couple who gained notoriety after they were pictured waving and pointing guns at Black Lives Matter protesters from the front yard of their mansion.

They went on to become speakers at the 2020 Republican National Convention.

'Rep. Cori Bush is the leader of the St. Louis Black Lives Matter terrorist mob who trespassed into a gated neighborhood to threaten the lives of the McCloskey's,' she wrote.

'She is lying to you. She berated me. Maybe Rep. Bush didn't realize I was live on video, but I have the receipts.'

Also on Friday, footage of Greene surfaced in which she states 'gangs hold down black and Hispanic men - not white people' and that 'if you want Islam and Sharia law you stay over there in the Middle East' because 'we don't want [the US] messed up'.

'Okay so going on, you know what keeps, and I'm going to cover this too, but the generations of Black and Hispanic men, do you want to know what holds them down? Gangs,' she says in the footage.

'Being in gangs and dealing drugs is what holds them down. The lack of education is what holds them down.'

'That's not a white person thing. But gangs control them. They tell them, they tell the young men in their communities 'Don't go to school. Don't you, no, don't you move out of this, out of this project. Don't you move out of this community. You join this gang. And that's where you belong. You belong with us.''

She added: 'The gangs are holding them back. It's not white people. It's crazy.'

CNN also shared separate footage of Greene where she told Muslims to 'stay over there in the Middle East.'

'If you want Islam and Sharia law you stay over there in the Middle East. You stay over there and you got to Mecca and you do all your thing and you know what you can have a whole bunch of wives or sheep or whatever you want. You stay over there,' she says to the camera.

'But in America, you see we've made it this great, great, great country. We don't want it messed up.'

It is not clear when either of the pieces of footage were taken but they are thought to be in the last few years.

Earlier this week, Greene also hit headlines after it was reported that she had shown support on Facebook for executing top Democrats including Nancy Pelosi in 2018 and 2019.

Greene had liked a post that said 'a bullet to the head would be quicker' to remove Pelosi from office.

In an April 2018 post of Greene's on the Iran nuclear deal, Greene responded to a commenter who asked her 'Now do we get to hang them ?? Meaning H & O???,' the individual asked, referring to former President Barack Obama and ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

'Stage is being set. Players are being put in place. We must be patient. This must be done perfectly or liberal judges would let them off,' Greene replied.

On Wednesday, she faced even more calls to resign as a March 2019 video emerged of Greene stalking Parkland school shooting survivor David Hogg as he met with senators to discuss increased gun control.

She accused Hogg, who was only 18 at the time, of being funded by George Soros, and of 'using kids' to 'attack our Second Amendment rights'.

On Thursday, Pelosi went after Greene and Republican leadership over the congresswoman's previous comments about school shootings.

Greene, who was sworn in earlier this month, was placed on the House Education & Labor Committee over the objection of the Democratic chair of the panel.

'What could they be thinking? Or is thinking too generous a word for what they might be doing. It's absolutely appalling and I think that the focus has to be on the Republican leadership of this House of Representatives for the disregard they have for the death of those children,' Pelosi said Thursday at her weekly press conference in response to Greene's appointments.

Pelosi said top Republicans were willing to 'overlook' Greene's comments 'when she has mocked the killing of little children,' pointing specifically to the massacres at Sandy Hook Elementary and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Yet more controversy was to come as at a town hall Thursday night when Greene said that members of the media deserved the 'electric chair'.

At her Paulding County outing, Greene read a question from a constituent: 'What can be done to hold the liberal biased media accountable for their incessant lies and slander?'

'That's a good question,' she said, chuckling. 'This is his words not mine, "I suggest the electric chair,"' she said, without skipping a beat.

She also continued to push unfounded claims of election fraud.

'See, this wasn't a conspiracy of several people that got together and created a story. This is literally thousands of people in different states and different voting precincts different counties. And they all signed these affidavits,' she said at a town hall in Dallas, Georgia.

Her persistence comes even after state recounts got the same results, courts tossed out dozens of lawsuits and the Trump administration itself admitted the election was fair and legal.

It is also after the claims of election fraud riled up Trump supporters to storm the Capitol in the riot that left five dead.


TAYLOR GREENE'S BIZARRE CLAIMS

*The California Camp Fire which killed at least 85 was caused by a space laser linked to the Rothschilds and the state's high-speed rail. PG&E admitted it was caused by a faulty power line and went into bankruptcy to fund a $13.5bn settlement and pleaded guilty to manslaughter.

*Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin cut off a child's face while she was alive, Clinton wore it as a mask so the terrified child would produce 'adrenochrome' and then organized the killing of a cop who knew about it.

*The Las Vegas massacre was organized by Democrats to help them ban guns and shooter Stephen Paddock was not a lone wolf.

*There's no evidence of a plane hitting the Pentagon on 9/11.

*The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre which cost the lives of 17 students was a 'false flag planned shooting.'

*'I am told that Nancy Pelosi tells Hillary Clinton several times a month that ‘we need another school shooting’ in order to persuade the public to want strict gun control.'

*Seth Rich leaked Hillary Clinton's emails and was murdered in revenge by her aide John Podesta because the emails revealed that a D.C. pizza restaurant had a child-smuggling operation in its basement. It does not even have a basement.

*The world is run by a cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophiles and the Q in QAnon exists and is the 'best chance to take them out.'

*Barack Obama and Valerie Jarrett are Muslims.

*Ruth Bader Ginsburg was replaced by a body double.

*She wasn't the person who posted a call to assassinate Nancy Pelosi to her own Facebook page.

Source: Frances Mulraney/Dailymail.co.uk

Date Posted: Saturday, January 30th, 2021 , Total Page Views: 312

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