Marjorie Taylor Greene, who failed to notice that she was so truthful during her court testimony, has been formally accused of lying under the throne

Marjorie Taylor Greene, who failed to notice that she was so truthful during her court testimony, ha ...

Marjorie Taylor Greene appeared before court recently to determine whether or not she would be barred from re-election. She made the move, posing a lie. Then she might have told another. Now she may pay the consequences.

A group of lawyers who are attempting to impose a barren Georgia representative again accused her of lying in a filing filed on Friday. Greene claimed to have no clue about whether or not she told former president Donald Trump to invoke Martial Law before his election came to an end.

The New York Times published a treasure trove of documents between former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and other high-profile Republicans. Some of them (including several with Sean Hannity and Rick Perry) were from Greene, in which she [drum roll] popped the question of invoking, Marshall Law.

Greene chose her words swiftly, neither confirming nor denying the texts, but retaliating on the more wishy-washy claim she couldnt remember. In the court filing, the attorneys are enthralling.

This text with President Trump''s head of staff makes her testimony even more incredibly, as it appears to be the kind of message with the kind of recipient that a reasonable person might remember, according to the filing.

Greene expressed her displeasure for Congress to not certify the election for his rightful winner, Joe Biden, since then. Several people were not buying that one. Since then, she has moved on to greener pastures, accusing the Catholic Church of being run by Satan.

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