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WATCH: MTG Says The Right Isn’t Racist Because of ‘Yellow People’ at TPUSA Event

WATCH: MTG Says The Right Isn’t Racist Because of ‘Yellow People’ at TPUSA Event

Republicans commonly have the same response when accused of being a racist. “I can’t be a racist,” they say, “I have a Black friend.” This was the same kind of reasoning Marjorie Taylor Greene attempted to use at this weekend’s Turning Point USA event.

The Georgia congressman told attendees, When I walked in yesterday, I was like, what kind of people come here? So I’m walking around and seeing some good people, and I see white people, Black people, brown people, yellow people.”

Greene continued:

“And then there’s talk of freedom and loving America, and conservative principles, some crazy people in here were talking about how much they love this guy named Jesus. And I heard — someone I really like — I think I heard that a lot of people here like a guy named Donald J. Trump. And then I said, ‘Oh, oh, I know exactly what this is: the left calls this a white supremacist party.”

And, of course, it wouldn’t have been a Marjorie Taylor Greene speech if it wasn’t chock full of conspiracy theories. The Conservative lawmaker referred to the insurrection as the ‘fedsurrection,’ pushing the claim that the FBI was partly responsible for the riots.

Check out a clip of the speech below, courtesy of Patriot Takes:

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