Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia—whose extremist politics have already generated several controversies during her short time in Congress—has gone viral once again on Twitter.
This time, old videos from Greene's YouTube channel resurfaced.
In one video, the future Congresswoman harassed Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg on the street as he walks to the Capitol to meet with lawmakers about gun control legislation.
Greene is a gun rights advocate. She made claims several mass shootings were false flags and called victims and survivors crisis actors.
The video was shared on Twitter by Fred Guttenberg, whose 14-year-old daughter Jaime was killed in the same shooting Hogg was a survivor of.
Hogg responded to the video, wondering why he attracted so much hate from people like Greene for trying to end gun violence.
In the video, Greene accused Hogg, who had recently survived a school shooting, of being a "coward" and accepting "George Soros funding" (this is not true).
In the second video, Greene chased and yelled at Hogg inside a Capitol office building.
This is also far from the first controversial video of Greene that has emerged.
In light of these videos, as well as Greene's countless other controversies, many are calling for her expulsion from Congress.
Greene drew intense criticism from all sides of Twitter, where many felt her behavior was unacceptable for any mature adult, let alone a member of Congress.
Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene may soon find her time in Congress has come to an end long before she planned.
As a result of her conduct, California Democratic Representative Jimmy Gomez introduced a measure to have Greene expelled from Congress.