Far-right Congresswoman and prominent conspiracy theorist Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia is no stranger to promoting violence. She began her congressional campaign with an ad that featured her cocking an assault rifle and telling "antifa" to "stay the hell out of northwest Georgia." Ahead of her election, she expressed support on social media for the execution of prominent Democrats like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
She's called for violence against transgender people, she's suggested shooting proponents of the lifesaving COVID-19 vaccines, and she's said the "price of blood" is necessary to "restore" the United States.
But according to Greene, it's late night comedians who are the actual perpetrators of violent threats.
The far-right representative shared a video of late night host Jimmy Kimmel joking about the infamous slap moment at the Oscars earlier this month.
After mentioning an incendiary tweet from Greene, Kimmel said:
"Where is Will Smith when you really need him?"
That didn't sit well with Greene, who accused Kimmel of threatening her and claimed she reported him to the Capitol Police.
Greene herself has been reported to the Capitol Police by one of her own colleagues for constantly fantasizing about Second Amendment solutions against Democrats. Greene herself praised Will Smith for slapping Chris Rock onstage at the awards show, saying she appreciated his "alpha male response."
For his part, Kimmel didn't seem too bothered.
Others joined him in mocking the congresswoman.
Others called out Greene for voting against congressional gold medals and expanded funding for the Capitol police.
It's unclear what steps, if any, the Capitol Police have taken against Kimmel or ABC.