QAnon congressmember threatened defending freedom may require 'the price of blood' – just days before the election
Protesters storm the Capitol and halt a joint session of the 117th Congress on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C.. - Kent Nishimura/Los Angeles Times/TNS

It was October 27, exactly one week before the November 2020 election, and Georgia Republican congressional candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene was in a Pennsylvania gun shop giving an interview to a pro-gun activist. The video was recorded and posted to Facebook live, as Mother Jones reported.

“If this generation doesn't stand up and defend freedom, it's gone," Greene told pro-gun activist Chris Dorr. “And once it's gone, freedom doesn't come back by itself. The only way you get your freedoms back is it's earned with the price of blood."

She also told viewers, "You have a choice of either voting for freedom by voting for Donald J. Trump for president again for four more years, voting Republican straight down your ballot, or you're going to vote for socialism and vote to completely end America as we know it."

Mother Jones posted a short excerpt:

In the full interview Greene also told her audience, "gun rights are women's rights," and promised, "I will be fighting especially hard against those women, the radical women, in Congress," referring to Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and "the Squad."

Greene has called for the execution of Speaker Nancy Pelosi for "treason." It wasn't the first time. A video of her harassing and bullying Parkland mass shooting survivor David Hogg on the streets of Washington, D.C., telling him, "I carry a gun," went viral this week.