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AOC Says What We're All Thinking About QAnon Congresswoman After Freshman Rep. Has to Move Office Due to Threat

AOC Says What We're All Thinking About QAnon Congresswoman After Freshman Rep. Has to Move Office Due to Threat
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Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene continues to cause a stir in the House of Representatives with resurfaced social media posts before her election in which she endorsed deranged conspiracy theories and the execution of her now-colleagues.

Greene was already infamous for expressing support of the QAnon conspiracy theory, which hinges on the delusion that former President Donald Trump was sent to expose a network of satanic cannibal pedophiles secretly controlling the United States government.

Since being sworn into the House of Representatives earlier this month, these unearthed posts show Greene expressing bizarre beliefs that mass shootings are secretly coordinated by Democrats, that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton murders children and drinks their blood, and that the devastating California wildfires were caused by space lasers orchestrated by the wealthy Rothschild family.

A measure by Congressman Jimmy Gomez (D-CA) to expel Greene from Congress has been introduced with broad Democratic support.

And on Friday, freshman Congresswoman Cori Bush (D-MI) recounted a moment that Greene berated her, prompting Bush to change offices given Greene's aggression and prior support for execution of prominent Democrats.

Greene—who has falsely accused Bush of supporting terrorism—posted a video claiming Bush was the aggressor. The video shows Greene loudly decrying the Black Lives Matter movemen—for which Bush was a prominent organizer—as a terrorist organization. She shouted the comments within earshot of Bush.

An unidentified voice then calls on Greene to wear a mask to slow the spread of the pandemic that's already infected multiple members of Congress, prompting further combativeness from Greene.

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The video did little to vindicate Greene, especially when Bush released a more detailed account of the encounter.

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) defended Bush, saying that Greene should be the one to change offices.

She also called on Republican House leadership to hold Greene accountable for the constant disturbance her views and actions have unleashed upon the chamber.

Ocasio-Cortez urged House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) to keep his members in line. McCarthy recently promised to have a "conversation" with Greene about her "disturbing" past remarks, but he was met with insistence that further action is needed.

Twitter users echoed Ocasio-Cortez's calls for action.

Greene's video didn't do anything but exacerbate the backlash against her.

Greene has yet to face any substantive reprimand from House Republican leadership.