The Huffington Post reports:
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s chief of staff, Patrick Parsons, has announced his resignation after less than nine months working for the Georgia Republican. Parsons was a gun-rights lobbyist in Georgia before he was hired by Greene, and he ran the nonprofit advocacy organization Georgia Gun Owners.
Greene “asked me to come with her to Washington and help organize her office,” Parsons said. “After eight and a half months fighting the Socialist Democrats and RINOS [Republicans in Name Only] in DC, it’s time to move on.”
Georgia state Sen. Jen Jordan (D) told NPR station WABE in Atlanta early this year that Parsons was effective because he “was really willing to go after people, skirt the truth, say things that weren’t true.” He also used social media to “bully” people,” Jordan said.
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The Republican congresswoman’s top aide, Patrick Parsons, says it’s “time to move on.” https://t.co/AuKBANHJ4j
— HuffPost (@HuffPost) September 25, 2021
How did Marjorie Taylor Greene even have a Chief of Staff to resign? There was someone actually advising her on all this crazy shit?
“Marjorie, today why don’t you compare masks to the Holocaust.’
— Mr. Newberger (@jeremynewberger) September 25, 2021
Couldn’t be this, could it? pic.twitter.com/K5M5tr68Oa
— Paul (@cavemanprophet) September 25, 2021