Greene has altercation with Democratic rep and says RBG used a body double

QAnon Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene got into an altercation with fellow freshman lawmaker, Rep. Cori Bush, the St. Louis Democrat revealed Friday, as another conspiracy theory Greene aired, that Ruth Bader Ginsburg was replaced by a body double, was also exposed. 

This came on the heels of remarks Greene made Thursday night at a town hall when she joked, at the suggestion of a constituent, that members of the media deserved the ‘electric chair.’  

Greene has dominated the headlines from Capitol Hill since Tuesday when CNN reported that she had shown support on Facebook for executing top Democrats. 

It’s been a drip, drip, drip ever since. 

The White House has been forced to weigh in twice, though neither time has wanted to give Greene more prominence. 

‘We don’t want to elevate conspiracy theories further in the briefing room,’ White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday after being asked if Greene’s wild theories, anti-Semitism, racism and badgering of school shooting survivors and their families were enough for President Joe Biden to believe she should be kicked off Congressional committees. 

Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

Rep. Cori Bush

Rep. Cori Bush

Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (left) got into an altercation with fellow freshman lawmaker, Democratic Rep. Cori Bush (right) – as new reporting revealed she believed Ruth Bader Ginsburg was replaced by a body double

Rep. Cori Bush, a Democrat from St. Louis, said Friday that she was moving her office away from Greene's after an altercation between the two lawmakers

Rep. Cori Bush, a Democrat from St. Louis, said Friday that she was moving her office away from Greene's after an altercation between the two lawmakers

Rep. Cori Bush, a Democrat from St. Louis, said Friday that she was moving her office away from Greene’s after an altercation between the two lawmakers 

Greene then charged Bush with 'the leader of the St. Louis Black Lives Matter terrorist mob' and shared a video showing someone off-camera yelling at the Georgia Republican for not wearing her mask properly

Greene then charged Bush with 'the leader of the St. Louis Black Lives Matter terrorist mob' and shared a video showing someone off-camera yelling at the Georgia Republican for not wearing her mask properly

Greene then charged Bush with ‘the leader of the St. Louis Black Lives Matter terrorist mob’ and shared a video showing someone off-camera yelling at the Georgia Republican for not wearing her mask properly 

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday, 'We don’t want to elevate conspiracy theories further in the briefing room,' after being asked if President Joe Biden believed Greene should keep her committee assignments

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday, 'We don’t want to elevate conspiracy theories further in the briefing room,' after being asked if President Joe Biden believed Greene should keep her committee assignments

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday, ‘We don’t want to elevate conspiracy theories further in the briefing room,’ after being asked if President Joe Biden believed Greene should keep her committee assignments 

New reporting from Media Matters for America found that Greene had expressed views on a radio show that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, before her death, was using a body double

New reporting from Media Matters for America found that Greene had expressed views on a radio show that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, before her death, was using a body double

New reporting from Media Matters for America found that Greene had expressed views on a radio show that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, before her death, was using a body double 

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 ‘adrenachrome’ 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.’
  • She wasn’t the person who posted a call to assassinate Nancy Pelosi to her own Facebook page. 

 

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and David Hogg, a Parkland survivor and gun control advocate Greene harassed, both believe so. 

Pelosi also had to get involved in the dust-up between Greene and Bush, Punchbowl News first reported.   

‘A maskless Marjorie Taylor Greene & her staff berated me in a hallway. She targeted me & others on social media. I’m moving my office away from hers for my team’s safety,’ Bush said Friday in a tweet. ‘I’ve called for the expulsion of members who incited the insurrection from Day 1. Bring H.Res 25 to a vote.’ 

Punchbowl pointed out it’s rare for the speaker to be engaged in such things as office moves. 

Greene later tweeted back that it was Bush that started it.   

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

Greene then shared a video of her walking through one of the Capitol Hill tunnels, with her ‘CENSORED’ mask draped under her chin. 

Someone is heard off-camera yelling, ‘Follow the rules and put on a mask!’ while another individual, a man with a Southern accent, says, ‘stop inciting violence.’  

In a statement sent out later Friday, Bush confirmed she had been captured in Greene’s video, but said there was more to the story from there. 

‘Greene and her staff responded by berating me, with one staffer yelling, “Stop inciting violence with Black Lives Matter,”‘ Bush wrote. 

Bush also pointed to comments Greene made about her on Martin Luther King Jr. day, which were similar in tone to Friday’s tweet. 

Bush said Greene falsely accused her of leading the mob that called for ‘the rape, murder and burning of the home’ of the McCloskey family in St. Louis. 

The McCloskeys were the white couple who gained fame for standing outside their home holding firearms. They were speakers at the 2020 Republican National Convention. 

Bush also blasted Greene for refusing to wear a mask, despite the pleas of her Democratic colleagues, during the January 6 siege of Capitol Hill.   

Greene responded Friday afternoon by announcing she would be releasing a ‘statement’ at 4:15 p.m. 

When that moment came, she tweeted out what looked to be a fundraising email boasting she had raised more than $1.6 million in donations from more than 60,000 people. 

‘Contributions of $.50 or a $100 are significant statements of support, but the heartfelt prayers and encouraging messages telling me to keep standing strong against the mob are what’s most significant to me,’ she said.

DailyMail.com’s call to her office asking for a press contact on Thursday and Friday were answered by voicemail and not returned. 

Earlier this week a local television reporter was threatened with arrest for shouting a question at Greene during a Wednesday night town hall. 

At her Thursday night town hall, Greene continued to push that she was on the right to challenge the election results – which resulted in the MAGA riot.           

‘We had been preparing very hard, quite a few of us in the House and some of our senators to object, on January 6, to election fraud and objecting and six different states,’ she said. 

‘We had done a lot of work in our preparation, talked to a lot of people. Looked at a lot of evidence that I think still needs to be looked at and should be presented in court, I truly believe that,’ she said. Ultimately, only challenges to the Arizona and Pennsylvania count got voted on because no senators would object to additional states following the riot.

She defended her position, also put forward by Trump and his legal team in the weeks after the Nov. 3 election. 

‘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. 

She tried to make hay out of lawmakers who have pushed to take away her committee assignments or even have her voted out of Congress. ‘Right now they’re trying to expel me from Congress she said. ‘It’s a witch hunt.’ 

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi went off on Republican leadership during a Thursday press conference for selecting Greene to be on the House's Education committee after Greene had suggested deadly school shootings like Parkland and Sandy Hook weren't real

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi went off on Republican leadership during a Thursday press conference for selecting Greene to be on the House's Education committee after Greene had suggested deadly school shootings like Parkland and Sandy Hook weren't real

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi went off on Republican leadership during a Thursday press conference for selecting Greene to be on the House’s Education committee after Greene had suggested deadly school shootings like Parkland and Sandy Hook weren’t real 

Media Matters for America first reported the since-deleted Facebook post in which Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene lays out her theory on how the Camp Fire got started

Media Matters for America first reported the since-deleted Facebook post in which Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene lays out her theory on how the Camp Fire got started

Media Matters for America first reported the since-deleted Facebook post in which Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene lays out her theory on how the Camp Fire got started 

At her Paulding County outing, Greene read a question from a constituent: ‘What can be done to hold the liberal bias 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.  

Greene has been angry at the press for reporting on a number of conspiracy theories she’s spouted. 

On Friday, Media Matters for America – a left-leaning organization – reported that Greene had appeared on a streaming program for the pro-Trump website UniteAmericaFirst.com in February 2019. 

There she speculated that Ginsburg, the now late Supreme Court justice, was actually a body double. 

‘I do not believe that was Ruth. No. I don’t think so,’ she said, commenting on a photo of Ginsburg at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. 

Media Matters was also the first to report that Greene wrote a Facebook post in November 2018 that she believed California’s deadly Camp Fire was potentially caused by space lasers that were connected to the Rothschilds and former Gov. Jerry Brown to clear the way for a high-speed rail system.   

‘There are too many coincidences to ignore,’ Greene wrote. 

Greene tried to connect the Pacific Gas and Electric Company – whose faulty equipment did start the blaze – through one of its board members to Rothschild Inc., in an anti-Semitic dog whistle. 

The cause of the fire isn’t a mystery as PG&E pleaded guilty of being responsible and will pay out more than $25 billion in damages.    

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. 

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.   

Pelosi had been asked about Greene’s social media postings – and what Pelosi would like to see happen to the Georgia lawmaker. 

Since a Tuesday CNN report on Greene’s Facebook posts, California Democratic Rep. Jimmy Gomez introduced a resolution to expel Greene from Congress, while other House Democrats have called for her resignation.  

Hogg, who survived the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, recommended that Greene be stripped of her committee assignments, a step House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy took in 2019 to punish then Rep. Steve King for making racist statements. 

A video went viral Wednesday of Greene following Hogg around Capitol Hill before she was a member of Congress.  

During the 2-minute long video, Greene charges Hogg with ‘using kids as a barrier’ and taking money from George Soros. Greene asks Hogg why he supported ‘red flag laws that attack our Second Amendment.’ Greene talked about being armed. 

‘If school zones were protected with security guards with guns, there would be no mass shootings, did you know that?’ she tells Hogg. 

The video was making the rounds on the heels of a CNN report that said Greene had indicated support on Facebook in 2018 and 2019 for executing top Democrats, including Pelosi.  

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.    

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s office initially said in a statement that the House GOP leader would ‘have a conversation’ with Greene about her ‘deeply disturbing’ comments, referring to CNN’s report on her Facebook posts. 

Greene has previously shown support for the pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy theory, which centers on the ex-president making moves against a Satan-worshipping, cannibalistic, child sex trafficking ring filled with Democratic politicians and prominent liberals. 

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