GOP's Greene moderated Facebook page populated with lynching threats: 'Start with Hillary and Obama!'
Marjorie Taylor Greene (Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP)

More questionable social media associations turned up for embattled Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), who faces a House vote to strip her of her committee assignments.

The newly elected Georgia Republican has faced calls for her resignation or expulsion over her support for the QAnon conspiracy theory and possible violence against her political enemies, and Mother Jones found additional posts demonstrating her fringe viewpoints.

Greene's congressional biography lists as the former national director of the Family America Project, a pro-Trump group founded by right-wing Christian activist Genevieve Peters, a COVID-19 truther linked to "Stop The Steal" groups.

Before her election to Congress, Greene served as one of the moderators of that group's Facebook page, where followers posted death threats against Democrats, bigotry against the Obamas and various conspiracy theories.

"If you want to make America great again, we will have to make evil people fear punishment again," read one post, which showed a noose. "Start with Hillary and obama [sic]!"

The group also promoted the far-right John Birch Society, in addition to championing the nominations of Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Greene has been a member of the page for three years, and she's still listed among the social media account's nine moderators.