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Marjorie Taylor Greene Appears To Call For Civil War With New Twitter Poll—And People Are Pissed

Marjorie Taylor Greene Appears To Call For Civil War With New Twitter Poll—And People Are Pissed
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Far-right Georgia Republican Representative and QAnon devotee Marjorie Taylor Greene has once again angered many with a controversial tweet that has some calling for her to be banned from the platform.


Greene posted a poll on Twitter earlier today asking if America should "have a national divorce," a question some have interpreted as a call for a second civil war.

See the tweet below.

Greene is a far-right darling who regularly peddles conspiracy theories, is believed by many to have aided and abetted the January 6 insurrection and has made a name for herself since taking office in January by harassing and attacking Democrats.


Her poll asked people to choose to divide America "by R[epublican] & D[emocratic] states" or to "stay together." Those on the fence could choose "Undecided."

As of this writing, a plurality of Greene's followers and other poll respondents want America to "divorce" along party lines. States don't have political parties, of course, but Greene is presumably referencing a "blue state" and "red state" divide.

Many far-right conservatives who share Greene's political beliefs, especially those with ties to white nationalist groups, have been advocating for a second civil war for years. Many such groups were active participants in the January 6 coup attempt on the U.S. Capitol. Greene has repeatedly defended the insurrectionists and vociferously opposed investigations into the event.

So it's no surprise that her suggesting a "national divorce" raised more than a few eyebrows.

Many on Twitter were outraged.

Others schooled Greene on the absurdity of her tweet.

The question of a Democrat vs. Republican split of the country is a curious one to ask on Greene's part, given her home state of Georgia became a "D state" in the 2020 election for the first time since 1980.

Hope she's ready to spend her non-Washington time in The People's Republic of Democratland in her imagined America of the future.