According to Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Greg Bluestein, pro-QAnon congressional candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene's campaign kicked him out of their election watch party shortly after he reported on the content of her victory speech from the primary runoff — saying that it was a closed press event.
Bluestein documented Greene attacking both mainstream Republicans and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) whom she referred to as "that b*tch."
@mtgreenee Greene: “I’m really fed up with what I’ve seen from the radical left, but I’m just as fed up with what I… https://t.co/sTm07yz6CC— Greg Bluestein (@Greg Bluestein)1597194501.0
@mtgreenee Greene declares victory in #ga14 race: “The Republican establishment was against me. The D.C. swamp is a… https://t.co/5rH3PPEwDl— Greg Bluestein (@Greg Bluestein)1597194639.0
@mtgreenee More Greene: “My victory tonight should be a message to every single one of them. You don’t speak for us… https://t.co/qSMyNGX7af— Greg Bluestein (@Greg Bluestein)1597194756.0
@mtgreenee Huge applause for this line about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi: "She’s a hypocrite. She’s anti-American. A… https://t.co/1UKC4COpDH— Greg Bluestein (@Greg Bluestein)1597194786.0
Greene, who is running to replace Rep. Tom Graves, is almost guaranteed to win the general election, as the district is overwhelmingly Republican.
Out! #GaPol https://t.co/D5Sb7Ef5Av— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸)1597195519.0