Qanon Crazy Rep. Greene Has Unhinged Wednesday Meltdown

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), a controversial first-term Congresswoman, took to Twitter with an array of vitriol after CNN revealed that she repeatedly expressed support for executing prominent Democrats like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). Greene expressed this support for violence via social media, where she — among other travesties — liked a comment that said that “a bullet to the head would be quicker” to get House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) out of power. In a video that she posted to Facebook, Greene characterized Pelosi as guilty of “a crime punishable by death.”

Greene claimed that social media activity like that which CNN uncovered is the work of so-called “teams of people” who she’s had managing her social media presence over the years, but she failed to explain why she supposedly had “teams of people” behind her social media presence while living as a private citizen who, among other things, owned and sold a CrossFit gym.

On Twitter this Thursday, Greene shared an array of screenshots of old posts from her Facebook account, which she evidently felt depicted her in a more positive light than what CNN uncovered — but she again failed to explain the “teams of people” comment. Were the “teams of people” behind only the social media activity that could depict Greene in a negative light? That scenario would be incredibly convenient for Greene, of course. The “teams of people” explanation is laughably not credible. She complained as follows:

‘The media only reports the lies, smears, and attacks in order to create the image they want the world to believe. That’s why they are fake news and no one believes them anymore. They did it to themselves.’

Reporting that Greene, by all appearances, expressed support for the execution of prominent Democrats is not a “smear.” Besides, she’s saying that reported activity from her own Facebook presence constitutes “lies, smears, and attacks”… unless that activity makes her look better, evidently. If the originally reported activity was the work of “teams of people,” than why should observers take Greene’s presentation of these other more positive posts seriously? Odds are, of course, that Greene is responsible for all of the activity, and she simply didn’t bother to rectify discrepancies in her arguments.

Elsewhere on Twitter, Greene asked her followers to text “IMPEACH” to a certain number, and although she didn’t spell this part out, she seems likely to use the collected data to ask for donations. It’s a big grift.

Check out Twitter’s response to Greene below:

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