How Marjorie Taylor Greene promotes Putin’s interests and believes in conspiracy theories

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In this article, we will introduce you to an American, pro-Russian politician and a conspiracy theorist, Marjorie Taylor Greene. She’s also a US representative for Georgia and a member of the Republican Party, and is best known for her love of guns and QAnon. Marjorie Taylor Greene actively supports Putin’s terrorist actions in Ukraine and Russian politics in general.

Political career

She started her political career after the 2016 Republican Party primaries, and in 2017 she was writing dozens of articles for fake news blogs such as the American Truth Seekers and Law Enforcement Today.

In 2018, she was also “moderating” an FB page for the Family America Project, an organization known for posting death threats against Democrats, racist posts against the Obama’s and generally supporting the wackiest conspiracy theories out there. 

Greene knows her audience and campaigns accordingly: she’s shared a meme of herself holding an AR-15 rifle next to a collage of various Democratic politicians. Nancy Pelosi called this a “threat of violence” and the post was removed, after which Marjorie said that she was being the victim of “cancel culture”.

Later on, she went and called Pelosi a “hypocrite” & a “bitch”. She’s also expressed support for the execution of FBI agents & some leading Democrats, including Pelosi, Obama and H. Clinton. 

Support for Russia and criticism of NATO

Marjorie is also a stout supporter of Russia and Putin. In Mar, 2022, she said that “Ukraine just kept poking the bear, poking the bear which is Russia, and Russia invaded” and that “There is no win for Ukraine here”. She concluded that “Russia is being very successful in their invasion.”

She also declared that “NATO has been supplying the neo-Nazis in Ukraine with powerful weapons and extensive training” and concluded her message with the hashtag #NATONazis. She has also voted against every sanction’s proposal against Russia and aid package for Ukraine.

Marjorie Taylor Greene and conspiracy theories

Marjorie has supported many, many conspiracy theories in the past, including white genocide, Great Replacement, Sandy Hook school shooting, Camp Fire space solar generators and of course QAnon.

Marjorie has suggested that there are links between Hillary Clinton, pedophilia and human sacrifice, and she has stated that the Pizzagate is real. She discovered QAnon through Liz Crokin, and said that many of Q’s prophecies “have really proven to be true”.

In her famous quote, she said that “There’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take this global cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles out, and I think we have the president (referring to Donald Trump) to do it.” She later distanced herself from the QAnon movement.

“White Genocide”

In 2018, Greene shared a video, With Open Gates: The Forced Collective Suicide of European Nations, repeating the antisemitic white genocide conspiracy theory that Zionists are conspiring to flood Europe with migrants to replace the native white populations.

The video, uncovered by Media Matters, said that those supporting refugees are using “immigrant pawns” to commit “the biggest genocide in human history”. In sharing the video, Greene wrote that: “This is what the UN wants all over the world”.

The white genocide conspiracy theory has been associated with white supremacy and espouses the unsubstantiated belief that white people, in a “Great Replacement”, will eventually become a minority in Europe and North America due to declining white birth rates and high rates of immigration.

Black Lives Matter

Greene opposes the Black Lives Matter movement and has called it a Marxist group. One year later, when Derek Chauvin was found guilty of Floyd’s murder, Greene claimed the verdict was a result of jury intimidation by Black Lives Matter – which she compared to the Ku Klux Klan and called “the most powerful domestic terrorist organization” in the United States – and falsely asserted that Washington, D.C. was “completely dead” on the night of the verdict because people were “scared to go out” for “fear of riots”

Greene’s anti-vaccinationism

US Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, Republican of Georgia, holds up a “Stop the Steal” mask while speaking with fellow first-term Republican members of Congress on the steps of the US Capitol in Washington, DC, January 4, 2021. – Donald Trump and Joe Biden head to Georgia on Monday to rally their party faithful ahead of twin runoffs that will decide who controls the US Senate, one day after the release of a bombshell recording of the outgoing president that rocked Washington.If Democratic challengers defeat the Republican incumbents in both races Tuesday, the split in the upper chamber of Congress will be 50-50, meaning incoming Vice President Kamala Harris will have the deciding vote. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP) (Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)

She called restrictions imposed in the U.S. Capitol in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including face mask requirements, “tyrannical control” by Democrats. She opposed any form of mandatory mask-wearing, compulsory vaccination, or lockdowns in response to the pandemic.

Greene refused to get a COVID-19 vaccine, claiming there was no reason to because she is “perfectly healthy”.  By March 2021, the private sector had begun efforts to create vaccine passports to better enable those who had been inoculated to resume public gatherings.

On Facebook and Twitter, Greene suggested the plan might be “Biden’s mark of the beast”, a reference to the Book of Revelation, echoing a far-right conspiracy theory that getting vaccinated is equivalent to pledging allegiance to the devil.

Climate changes

Greene rejects the scientific consensus that climate change is caused primarily by human activity, explaining her position: “Maybe we live on a ball that rotates around the sun, that flies through the universe, and maybe our climate just changes.” 

In an August 2022 interview, Greene said, “People die in the cold. This Earth warming, and carbon, is actually healthy for us. It helps us to feed people, it keeps people alive. … We need to hold Democrats accountable and defund all of their climate garbage”.

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