The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports:
“Jobs, Jobs, Jobs,” was the top bullet point in her rollout platform, followed by “Advocate for Business: Never vote for tax increases, always fight burdensome regulations.”
The packaging of Marjorie Taylor Greene as a successful businesswoman helped bring the political outsider into the Republican fold, as people in the 14th Congressional District brushed off criticism of Greene’s past support of QAnon and online posts that trafficked in right-wing conspiracies and advocated violence against Democrats.
Greene’s business record, however, is one of the least examined aspects of her life. An Atlanta Journal-Constitution review found that while the Trump acolyte touted her experience as a construction company executive running her family business, there’s little evidence of her involvement in the company’s operations.
Read the full article. It’s not at all surprising, but at least this deep dive into her past might hurt her reelection chances.
An @ajc review found that while Marjorie Taylor Greene touted her experience as a construction company executive running her family business, there’s little evidence of her involvement in the company’s operations. #gapol https://t.co/ElrR6MK9pS
— Greg Bluestein (@bluestein) April 23, 2021
“If Marjorie Taylor Greene walked in front of me then I would not have known her.” https://t.co/x5gwRehmEt
— Michael Kruse (@michaelkruse) April 23, 2021
Surprising no one, @RepMTG is a sham. “while Greene has railed against big government, the AJC found that the family’s North Fulton construction business profited for years from work on taxpayer-subsidized low-income housing.”
— Janhawke -BLM-🍑😷🌹 (@TheRealJanhawke) April 23, 2021
I just have a degree in Business Admin and have owned a construction company for 20 years.
A debate between AOC and I on the Green New Deal economic policy would be informative for the American People.
They deserve to hear the two sides with pro’s and cons.
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) April 14, 2021