Marjorie Taylor Greene has been extremely public about her many kooky beliefs, but there is one that when people bring it up, really gets under her skin. In a 2018 blog, she wrote about what she has called Jewish space lasers. It has come to haunt her, and she does not like it, according to a reporter. So when she mentioned it during a small rally with her supporters, she quickly became very huffy.
Greene propagated a bizarre conspiracy theory blaming a deadly wildfire in California on space lasers controlled by a Jewish family. Years later, the term Jewish space lasers became memorably known, which has now become a permanent component of her mystique.
On Monday, a reporter confronted her with the photo itself. This is your post under your name, according to the reporter, and you are talking about the Rothschild family, which has been lone force of anti-Sematic fraud since the 19th century.
Greene denied that she was ignorant. I have no clue. I''m telling you. She then said that at the time a regular American. Never been in politics. I couldn''t have told you some people back in politics or families names, not their backgrounds.
A reporter remained silent. But now that you know, he said. Now that youve been told anti-Semitism is on the rise at an alarming rate.
Greene praised Israel''s support for everything. Youe putting two things together. Youe reprimanding me for something I did not do, then youe attempting to blame me for anti-Semitism.
Greene made the most appropriate amount of posting before she entered politics. One video of her harassing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was once told that Nancy Pelosi should be executed for treason, both of which are at the least significant HR issues.