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Rep Cori Bush Moves Office After Harassment from Greene & Her Staff

Marjorie Taylor Greene can’t stay off her phone, which is bad for her. Not only has she been caught on camera harassing Parkland survivor David Hogg, but videos she’s made with violent and racist content have been making the rounds on social media. Greene put out a statement on her personal Twitter account saying she has no plans to resign from Congress despite loud calls for her removal.

Now Greene is trying to diffuse another controversy that’s emerged along with her past of making racial threats. Representative Cori Bush of Missouri tweeted on Friday that she and her staff have moved her office due to an incident with Greene and her staff a week after the lockdown on January 6th during the Capitol insurrection, which Greene has been strongly and credibly accused of helping plan.

Congress: Cori Bush moving her office after Marjorie Taylor Greene  'berated' her

Even after several members of the House had tested positive for COVID-19, Greene and her staff were walking unmasked behind her. Bush tweeted a full statement regarding what happened after that.

An aide for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., confirmed to NBC News that Bush’s office had been reassigned. “This room assignment change was by the direct order of the Speaker,” the aide told NBC.

Bush said that she has “called for the expulsion of members who incited the insurrection from Day 1.” Greene immediately recorded a video to try to diffuse the story, but it only served to make her look worse as she attempted to silence a Black woman accusing her of racism.

Greene presents a completely different energy on her government account, where it’s as if no one has accused her of all of the things she’s guilty of and she shows off another maskless superspreader event in her district.

Twitter users who aren’t blocked on her personal account let her know they were on Bush’s team as both #ExpelGreene and #MarjorieManson began trending late Friday afternoon.

 



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