Marjorie Taylor Greene, the QAnon candidate from Georgia who ran unopposed after her opponent suddenly dropped out, has repeatedly shown her disrespect for the seat she mysteriously won. Combative even in her first days, Greene has used her time on the House floor to rail against her perceived censorship while she blocks Twitter users from her personal account. Greene famously refused to wear a mask while in lockdown with her colleagues during the Capitol siege, and four Democrats tested positive for the coronavirus days later.
On the same day, it was revealed that she hasn’t denounced the QAnon conspiracy theory as she has claimed and believes the Sandy Hook massacre was ‘staged’, Greene tweeted a video saying she’s filed “Articles of Impeachment” against…Joe Biden.The text of Greene’s articles of impeachment specifying any impeachable offenses committed by Biden was not immediately available. But it’s a clear and petty attempt at retaliation against the Democrats who impeached Donald Trump for the second time in the wake of the insurrection.
Greene indicated that the articles accuse now-President Biden of abusing his power while serving as vice president by allowing his son, Hunter, to serve on the board of a Ukrainian energy company. Biden has denied making any policy decisions toward Ukraine while taking his son’s business interests into consideration. An investigation by Senate Republicans last year into corruption allegations against the Bidens found no evidence of wrongdoing by the current president. The report, released last September, also did not find evidence that Hunter Biden’s work for the Ukrainian company, Burisma, influenced U.S. foreign policy.
But QAnons are never stopped by truth and facts, and Greene is barreling ahead with no support and plenty of eyes on her thanks to her past remarks and actions.
Marjorie Taylor Greene was involved in QAnon early. In November 2017, just a month after the first Q drops, she posted a 29-minute long Facebook Live video. In it, she repeatedly praises Q.
“Q is a patriot. We know that for sure. But we do not know who Q is.” pic.twitter.com/aJRJxffmlr
— Travis View (@travis_view) January 3, 2021
Sharing a statement that reads as if Tracy Flick joined a cult and then soon suffered a head injury, Greene lays out her reasons for impeaching Biden for his actions as Barack Obama’s Vice President. Of course, this isn’t how impeachment works, and with her alleged involvement in planning and inciting the January 6th insurrection, not too many people are worried about Biden being removed from office so soon after his swearing-in.
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (@RepMTG) January 21, 2021
Twitter was having a field day with Greene well into Thursday evening.
DISCLAIMER: This nutter d-bag claimed the Sandy Hook shooting was staged. So listen to her nonsense with extreme caution.
— Mr. Newberger (@jeremynewberger) January 21, 2021
Hey dumbass @RepMTG
Good luck getting those articles on the floor.
— KID VICIOUS🔪 (@kirkacevedo) January 21, 2021
lol, this is what you wrote?
Next she's going to introduce articles of impeachment for her sister-in-law Janet, who made fun of marjorie's mac & cheese recipe containing peas, which hurt her feelings very much
— Ned Pyle (@NerdPyle) January 21, 2021