Marjorie Taylor Greene is a girl who wants no introduction, however only for yuks, we’ll say the phrases “Jewish space laser.” And “QAnon.” And “the so-called plane that crashed into the Pentagon.” And “liked Facebook posts that advocated for violence against Democrats, including one that suggested shooting Nancy Pelosi in the head.” And “mask mandates are as bad as the Holocaust.” And “gazpacho police.” Yes, in her quick time in Congress, the Georgia consultant has made fairly the title for herself, and it’s one which’s synonymous with violent batshittery and a heaping dose of self-satisfied ignorance.
Anyway, Greene was ordered to testify at a listening to in Atlanta on Friday as a result of some voters from her district suppose she ought to be disqualified from operating for reelection because of allegedly serving to facilitate the January 6 rebellion, and wouldn’t you understand it, the congresswoman’s under-oath testimony apparently coincided along with her coming down with an acute case of selective amnesia in relation to something that occurred within the final three years.
For occasion, requested if she spoke to anybody about January 6 demonstrations previous to being sworn into Congress or after, if she spoke to anybody within the authorities concerning the deliberate protests, if she spoke to Arizona reps. Andy Biggs or Paul Gosar about them, if she spoke to anybody on the White House about them, or if she had been advised by anybody that there is likely to be violence in Washington on January 6, Greene responded, “I don’t remember”—to each single query.
If she, like others, advocated for Donald Trump to make use of martial regulation to cease Joe Biden from changing into president? Naturally, Greene couldn’t bear in mind.
Videos that may make her look unhealthy being conveniently faraway from Facebook? Obviously, the congresswoman couldn’t “recall” how that occurred.