Even before her election to the House of Representatives, far-right Congresswoman and prominent conspiracy theorist Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia wasn't at all shy in calling for violence against people who would become her colleagues.
Soon after Greene was sworn in, the House voted to strip her of committee assignments, citing her deranged conspiracy theories and her expression of support for violence against lawmakers like Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California.
Sadly, that hasn't stopped Greene from further embracing conspiracy theories and violence. She's openly suggested shooting volunteers who go door-to-door with information about the lifesaving COVID-19 vaccines. She's accosted her colleagues on the House floor. She's repeatedly defended the deadly failed insurrection brought on by former President Donald Trump's election lies—lies she gleefully repeated.
Her defense of the insurrection and her escalation of violent rhetoric reached a crescendo this week when she cited the Declaration of Independence as a justification for the riot.