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Marjorie Taylor Greene Dragged After Announcing She'll File Resolution To Expel Maxine Waters From Congress

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On Sunday, April 18, QAnon supporting Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia announced she would be filing a resolution to expel California Democrat Maxine Waters from Congress.



As a reason for her resolution, Greene cited Waters speaking to protestors in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, on Saturday, April 17.

Greene claimed Waters's comments "led to more violence and a drive-by shooting on National Guardsmen in Minnesota early this morning."


While two national guardsmen were injured Sunday morning, the National Guard has offered no evidence connecting the incident to Waters's speech the day prior.



Many online were taken aback by the hypocrisy of Greene saying Waters has been "inciting violence" while she herself played a major role in the January 6 insurrection.



Though Greene herself has survived a resolution to have her removed from Congress, she was stripped of her committee assignments due to her violent rhetoric and support for conspiracy theories.



It seems incredibly unlikely Greene's resolution will pass in the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives, but she likely has little else to do since she's not allowed to sit on any committees.