GOP Candidate Says Nancy Pelosi Has Committed Crime Punishable By Death
Marjorie Taylor Greene is a Republican candidate from Georgia, running for U.S. House of Representatives. She has made a name for herself by threatening protestors and spreading conspiracy theories. She also says that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has committed crimes punishable by death.
Greene was promoting this extreme idea back in February, but since then she has gone from one candidate among others seeking the Republican nomination for the House seat representing Georgia’s 14th district, to winning her primary and being recognized as the likely winner in the general election. (CBSreported earlier this month that because her district is a Republican stronghold, she’s a probable winner of the general.) Also since then, she’s been lauded by the president as a ‘rising star’ and invited to be his guest at his RNC nomination acceptance speech this week.
Back before she won her primary and became the probable next Q-anon conspiracy theorist in Congress, Greene sent a communication to Nancy Pelosi that Political Tribune dug up this week.
In her missive, Greene lashes out at Pelosi for lack of support for a border wall and ICE, calling this treason.
Friday February 22nd, Nancy Pelosi will be receiving copies of a White House Petition demanding the impeachment of the Speaker of the House of Representatives. The reason? For crimes of treason, which is not only an impeachable offense, but also a crime punishable by death.
Clearly, Greene’s petition never went anywhere, and there’s been no move to impeach Pelosi for standing against Trump’s policy proposals. However, the United States Congress may soon have a new representative who expresses the belief that one of her colleagues, by voting against anti-immigration measures, has committed a crime worthy of a death sentence.