Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia predicted Democrats were plotting to "create happiness" for voters.
The Congresswoman who represents Georgia's 14th Congressional District made her prediction about Democrats during an interview with conservative program Real America’s Voice to discuss what President Joe Biden might say during Tuesday's State of the Union address.
“I think we’re going to hear Joe Biden, he’s going to claim victory over COVID,” said Greene, adding, “And if he does that, then you’ll know the Democrats are lying.”
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“You’ll know for sure, like we’ve already known all along, that they’re just using COVID for politics and they’re very much looking to move on and create happiness going into the midterms because they're scared to death of losing control when everyone goes to vote.”
The embattled lawmaker, who is known for her extremist views, was stripped of her committee assignments last year for promoting violence against Democrats.
She had also disseminated debunked conspiracy theories such as QAnon–a far-right-wing conspiracy theory group of MAGA supporters who believes a deep state cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles consisting of Democrats and celebrities were running a sex-trafficking ring that Donald Trump was going to expose.
Greene recently made an appearance on Alex Jones's Infowars and declared transgender people were "straight-up evil" and that they should be beaten "into the ground."
In response to her divulging that Dems planned to bestow happiness upon the American people, Twitter users gave Greene a collective eye roll and dragged her with sarcasm.
Last Friday, Greene made a surprise appearance in Orlando at the third annual America First Political Action Conference (AFPAC)–a White nationalist convention–and addressed the crowd as “canceled Americans.”
“You’ve been handed the responsibility to fight for our Constitution and stand for our freedoms, and stop the Democrats who are the communist party of the United States of America,” she said.
Her overall lack of awareness was evident when Greene later claimed she was unaware of the group's views.