The New York Times reports:
Ms. Greene, elected to Congress in November, has for years circulated bogus theories, including around mass shootings. On Tuesday, CNN reported that in 2018 and 2019, Ms. Greene indicated support on her Facebook page for commenters recommending violence against Democratic leaders.
In January 2019, CNN reported, Ms. Greene “liked a comment that said ‘a bullet to the head would be quicker’ to remove House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.” In response, Ms. Greene posted a statement on Twitter attributing the inflammatory content to “teams of people” who “manage my pages.”
During her 2020 campaign, Politico mined her social media accounts, finding Islamophobic conspiracy theories and the false claim that George Soros, a wealthy Democratic donor, is a Nazi.
Majorie Greene’s conspiracy that anti-gun liberals were behind the Las Vegas mass shooting of Trump supporters to convince people to take away guns. pic.twitter.com/TgB9EXEJio
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) January 27, 2021
Marjorie Greene, who just won the GOP primary in Georgia's 14th Congressional District, believes that the US military may be causing school shootings by transmitting voices into the heads of troubled students. #GeorgiaVoters pic.twitter.com/oMyxYJGWF0
— Patrick Tucker (@DefTechPat) June 10, 2020