Marjorie Taylor Greene rallies behind 'nonviolent' MAGA rioter shown on video assaulting cops
Marjorie Taylor Greene on Facebook.

Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene on Saturday shared a letter written by jailed Captiol rioter Nathan DeGrave, in which he claims he was a "non violent" participant in the Jan. 6 insurrection.

In the letter, posted by his attorney on Twitter, DeGrave also claims that the military gear he wore to the Capitol was a "costume" for a documentary he was shooting. DeGrave called his letter — which was also published by the National Filed website — "a cry for help" due to "inhumane" conditions at the D.C. jail, which he compared to Guantanamo Bay.

"There are no words," Rep. Greene wrote Saturday above the text of DeGrave's letter. "I'll be back at that jail this week."

Huffington Post reporter Ryan J. Reilly, who's been covering Capitol riot court cases, responded to DeGrave's letter by posting images and video of him inside the Capitol.

Reilly noted that according to a federal judge, "Mr. DeGrave entered the Capitol building and engaged in violence directed at Capitol Police officers as they tried to secure the building."

"DeGrave, decked out in his battle gear, was so aggressive about chasing down that last security officer that other members of the mob held him back," Reilly wrote above one of the videos. "In summary, you might say he's a bit of an unreliable narrator."

In another video, DeGrave can be heard saying, "I punched this guy like five times in the f*ckin' head. He didn't see my face, though."

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