Marjorie Taylor Greene said two words that left the media fainting

Mar 8, 2024

The media has been out to get Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene ever since she won her first election in 2020.

But Greene is no shrinking violet, and she’s always ready to fight back.

And Marjorie Taylor Greene said two words that left the media fainting.

Greene puts obnoxious journalist in their place 

British journalist Emily Maitlis learned the hard way that Greene isn’t one to suffer troll or gotcha questions from left-wing activists pretending to be objective reporters.

Maitlis confronted Greene at Donald Trump’s Super Tuesday victory party at Mar-a-Lago and hit Greene with a condescending question about why Trump supporters supposedly love “conspiracy theories.”

“And can you tell me why so many people that support Donald Trump love conspiracy theories, including yourself? He seems to attract lots of conspiracy theorists,” Maitlis asked,

Greene shot back correctly, pointing out that the media-pushed deceptions – like Russia collusion, Donald Trump ignoring intelligence about the Russians paying bounties to the Taliban to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan, the COVID originated in nature, that lockdowns worked, or that Donald Trump tried to steal mailboxes ahead of the 2020 election – were the real source of conspiracy theories and misinformation in American politics.

“Well, let me tell you. You’re a conspiracy theorist and the left and the media spreads more conspiracy theories. We like the truth, we like supporting our constitution, our freedoms and America First,” Greene responded.

Maitlis then asked Greene if they could discuss “Jewish space lasers,” to which Greene responded “f#ck off” and walked away.

Journalists can’t hide their disdain for Trump supporters 

Maitlis didn’t want to ask Greene legitimate questions about Donald Trump’s supporters.

The Brit just wanted to stage a confrontation she could use to create viral social media content.

Liberals love to look down at Trump supporters as poorly educated, unsophisticated racist rubes.

The level of smug superiority Maitlis felt when asking this absurd question permeates the media.

MSNBC’s Morning Joe hosted two lunatic liberal authors named Paul Waldman and Thomas Schaller, who published a book about “rural white rage,” which deemed Trump supporters low-IQ bigots and existential threats to democracy.

“They are the most racist, xenophobic, anti-immigrant, anti-gay, geodemographic group in the country,” Schaller claimed. “Second, they’re the most conspiracist group. QAnon support and subscribers, election denialism, COVID denialism instead of scientific skepticism, Obama birtherism.”

The message broadcast was loud and clear in the MSNBC segment, and Maitlis’ interview with Greene was “We hate you.”

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