Far-right Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia is no stranger to conspiracy theories. She was stripped of her committee assignments during her first months in Congress after resurfaced social media posts revealed her support for deranged conspiracy theories, like the belief that Democrats secretly coordinate school shootings in order to weaken public support for the Second Amendment.
Before her election, Greene also expressed support for the execution of her now-colleagues, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California.
Greene's constant belligerence continues to make headlines in the House, as does her steadfast support for conspiracy theories regarding the lifesaving vaccines against a pandemic that's killed over 600 thousand Americans.
Greene has falsely suggested the vaccines have killed thousands of Americans, but she's particularly sour on an effort from the Biden administration for volunteers to go door-to-door in under-vaccinated communities, simply providing information on hwhere and ow to get the vaccine.
Greene has compared this to the Nazi secret police and, in a recent speech in Alabama, appeared to advocate for shooting andy vaccine liaisons.
Greene noted that Alabama is one of the least vaccinated states in the nation—a fact that generated applause among the spectators.
"Well Joe Biden wants to come talk to you guys. He's going to be sending one of his police state friends to your front door. ... What they don't know is in the South we love our Second Amendment rights, and we're not big on strangers showing up on our front door, are we? They might not like the welcome they get."
Greene continued to make unproven claims regarding the origins of the virus and about the 2020 election.
People were disgusted by the screed and her constant endorsement of violence.
They were also amazed to see people applaud themselves for having a low vaccination rate.
If history is an indicator, Greene won't show contrition for her ongoing extremist rhetoric.