Congresswoman moving her office 'for my team's safety' after confrontation with QAnon-loving Marjorie Greene
Marjorie Taylor Greene. (Screenshot/

Freshman Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) on Friday said that she will be moving her congressional office so that she no longer has to work near QAnon-loving Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Greene.

Writing on Twitter, Bush claimed that she was "berated" by a maskless Greene and her staff members.

"I'm moving my office away from hers for my team's safety," she wrote.

Greene has been a lightning rod for controversy this week after a newly unearthed video showed her harassing school shooting survivor David Hogg and accusing him of cowardice because he wouldn't answer her questions.

Additionally, researchers at Media Matters uncovered an old Facebook post in which Greene espoused a ridiculous conspiracy theory about former California Gov. Jerry Brown using giant space lasers to deliberately start forest fires to clear the way for his proposed high-speed rail line.

Greene has faced multiple calls for expulsion from Democratic lawmakers after it was revealed that she approvingly replied to social media posts calling for the execution of several prominent Democrats.