Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green said she was ‘easily obsessed with what she saw on the internet’, ‘like many people’, on QAnon conspiracy theories

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Georgia RepublicanDrew Angerer/Getty Images

  • Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Green has been stripped of commission duties after joining Congress in 2021.

  • Statements have surfaced that she supports the conspiracy and advocates for violence against Democrats.

  • Greene said on Sunday that her QAnon support is a thing of the past and that she’s become obsessed with online things.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, like so many other Americans, said she was “hooked” on what she saw online on QAnon Conspiracy Theory Sunday.

Green comes up “MediaBuzz” on Fox News on Sunday to discuss the events that unfolded in the House of Commons last week. Republicans spent days negotiating Ultimately, we will elect Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California as chairman.

Green said many of the 20 Republican supporters who eventually came along demanded committee assignments before agreeing to endorse McCarthy, while she still didn’t sit on any committee. I added no.

Moderator Howard Kurtz said Democrats stripped Mr. Green of his commission in 2021. Q anon.

“Well, like many people today, I was easily obsessed with what I saw on the internet,” Greene said. I never campaigned on those things, they weren’t what I believed in, they weren’t running for Congress, so they are a thing of the past.”

It’s unclear how many Americans support the QAnon movement, but various polls show that the percentage of Americans who agree with at least some of QAnon’s beliefs is 20%found one poll for 2021 30% see the move positively.

Shortly after joining Congress, Green Expulsion from committee For the statements she made regarding violence against lawmakers and conspiracy theories.

former green show support On her personal Facebook page that has assassinated Democrats, including former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In an old video that resurfaced at the time, Green could be seen harassing survivors of the Parkland school shooting. called a false flag operation.

Congressman Kevin McCarthyMr Green, then the House minority leader, said Mr Green had criticized QAnon and said she should not be punished for remarks she made before being elected to Congress. Insider’s Eliza Lerman A month after Green was elected, she shared a blog post by Gab CEO Andrew Toba defending QAnon followers, saying Toba had never seen a ‘conspiracy theory’ shared by the community. reported that he said

A Greene representative did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

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