Marjorie Taylor Greene admitted to court recently to determine whether or not she would be barred from re-election. Then she kicked off the process with something that appeared to be a false statement. Now she may pay the consequences.
A group of lawyers who are seeking to halt the Georgia Reps'' election has formally accused her of lying. In a filing filed on Friday, Greene claimed to have no history of whether or not she informed Donald Trump to invoke Martial Law before his single term came to an end.
Shortly thereafter, the New York Times published a treasure trove of communications between former White House CEO Mark Meadows and other high-profile Republicans. Among them (some with Sean Hannity and Rick Perry) were others from Greene, in which she [drum roll] outlined the notion of invoking Marshall Law.
Greene decided to clarify her words carefully, neither confirming nor denying them, and returning on her more desirey-washy claim she couldnt remember. Her own attorney said as much. In the filing, the lawyers are also saying bull.
This text with President Trump''s chief of staff makes her testimony even more stunning because it appears like a message with the kind of recipient that a reasonable person who is genuinely willing to testifies.
Greene argued in her court appearance that she did not desire for Congress to sanction the election for its rightful winner, Joe Biden. Those who purchased that one remained anonymous. Since then, Greene has moved on to greener pastures, accusing the Catholic Church of being run by Satan.