Marjorie Taylor Greene says America not 'safe' for migrants because of 'natural disasters'
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) said on Tuesday that migrants fleeing climate change were unsafe in the United States due to many natural disasters.

At a House Border Security and Enforcement Subcommittee hearing, Greene complained to Department of Homeland Security official Blas Nuñez-Neto.

"Right here, it says that you say the reason why people are coming to America today is because of violence, food insecurity, severe poverty, corruption, climate change, and the COVID-19 pandemic," she said. "So we have homelessness here in America. Natural disasters, talk about climate change. This is the fourth largest country in the world. We have an extremely diverse climate. We have a wide range of natural disasters."

"97 natural disasters occurred in 2021," Greene added. "I don't think this is very safe for migrants here in America. We had 97. How many are they having in their country?"

The lawmaker noted that natural disasters included "wildfires, heat waves, droughts, flash floods, winter storms, cold waves, tropical cyclones, and on and on and on."

"But yet they need to come to our country because of climate change?" she asked. "It's not a safe country either, by the way. In America, there were 1,313,000 violent crimes in the US, and that was in 2020."

Greene has previously blamed wildfires on space lasers funded by Jewish billionaires.

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