A conspiracy-mongering Georgia Republican whose alarming social media posts resurfaced this week pointed out that many of her posts have little or nothing to do with gun threats or insurrection.
Newly elected Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) was busted this week for past Facebook posts suggesting she supported the execution of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other congressional Democrats, but she went back and deleted those and others that show her stalking and threatening a teenager who survived the Parkland school shooting.
Once her profiles were scrubbed, Greene -- who has endorsed the right-wing Qanon conspiracy theory and several others -- posted screenshots of more anodyne posts about motherhood and child trafficking.
Since the media wants to define me by my old social media posts, then why won't they run breaking news stories on these old post of mine?
Is it bc they don't fit the narrative?@CNN @politico @ajc @nytimes @FoxNews @AOC @SpeakerPelosi @HillaryClinton @JimmyGomezCA pic.twitter.com/4RgJIYyZg7
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) January 28, 2021
Greene tagged several media outlets in that post, along with Pelosi and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), who she'd seemingly targeted for gun violence in a campaign ad, and Rep. Jimmy Gomez (D-CA), who has drafted a resolution to have her expelled from the House after less than a month on the job.