Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene says former President Donald Trump's impending social media platform will be a "major threat" to existing companies such as Twitter and Facebook.
Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene — the QAnon-loving bigot who ranks as possibly the furthest-right member of Congress — is a very slow reader, apparently. Earlier this year, Greene was stripped of her committee assignments, which she characterised as actually fitting her very clever plan to spend most of her
Follow us on Twitter: @rawstorypodcast Welcome to the Raw Story Podcast! This week we welcome the man who keeps Marjorie Taylor Greene awake at night. Military veteran Marcus Flowers served in the US Army, spending time in Iraq and Afghanistan
Last year, in the run-up to the elections, the drive-by media began demonizing Marjorie Taylor Greene, a first-time House candidate in Georgia. She was castigated as a QAnon crazy and all sorts of other things. Despite these attacks, Greene won with
New Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene stressed her businesswoman image in her campaign, but an AJC review found that there’s little evidence of her involvement in her family's construction company operations
Now that she’s been kicked off of all of her House committees, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has plenty of time on her hands to do what she seems to consider her most important and perhaps only job in Congress—being a nasty, violent little troll. It’s the skill, after all, that led to her ascension into Congress, and that has helped her haul in millions of dollars in donations. Why would she stop the grift now?
President Joe Biden and Democrats in Congress have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and the painful economic crisis it created with some ambitious stimulus/economic relief programs that have been applauded by the New York Times' Paul Krugman and other liberal economists. But Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia believes that social spending is hurting small businesses in the United States.
The Republican congresswoman also stated she does not believe the January 6 attack constitutes an insurrection.
Firebrand Republican Reps. Matt Gaetz of Florida Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia are teaming up to start an "America First Tour" of rallies around the country.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Thursday called on the House Ethics Committee to investigate Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene over a hallway confrontation with Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Marjorie Taylor Greene confronted AOC in what witnesses described as an aggressive encounter outside the House chamber on Wednesday afternoon.