Everything that comes out about Marjorie Taylor Greene is just more and more reprehensible, and more proof that she is in no way fit to “serve” in Congress in any form.

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Yesterday, CNN reported that she had indicated support for executing Democrats she disagreed with back in 2018 and 2019. Prior to that, it was discovered that she believed both the Parkland and Sandy Hook shootings were “false flags,” among other conspiracy theories.

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Now, video has surfaced of her harassing Parkland survivor David Hogg, who has become a major advocate for increased gun control after the shooting that killed 17 of his classmates.

“David, why are you supporting the red flag laws?” Greene demands, following him through Washington, D.C. 

She goes on to insist that Hogg is “using kids” to try to strip away her second amendment rights, and berates Hogg — who she is still literally stalking through the city — for not defending his stance.

“You don’t have anything to say for yourself? You can’t defend your stance? How did you get over 30 appointments with senators?” Greene asks. “How did you get major press coverage on this issue?”

It’s pretty clear that Greene is insinuating that there are more conspiracies going on, because the truth that a massive and deadly school shooting garners a lot of press and naturally elevates the endless debate surrounding gun control laws is apparently too simple for her to grasp.

“If school zones were protected by security guards with guns, there would be no mass shootings at schools,” she claims. “The best way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.”

Greene eventually stops stalking the then-teenager, and turns to her cameraman to continue her garbage take.

“He has nothing to say because he’s paid to do this,” she says, blaming George Soros and the liberals. “He’s a coward.”

The footage absolutely infuriated folks online, many of whom were already disgusted by the way Greene has responded to school shootings.

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In a pre-Trump era, it’s hard to believe an incident where a member of Congress harassed and berated a teenager about a school shooting he survived would be anything less than immediate grounds for resignation. But apparently, we’re still living in the darkest timeline.

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*First Published: January 27, 2021, 7:09 am