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Marjorie Taylor Greene: Past Statements on 9/11, School Shootings Do Not ‘Represent’ Her

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Marjorie Taylor Greene: Past Statements on 9/11, School Shootings Do Not ‘Represent’ Her

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Embattled Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) said that her previous statements on social media about school shootings and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks don’t reflect her views today while decrying the organized attempt to “cancel” her assignments. “School shootings are absolutely real … I truly believe that children at school should never be left unprotected,” Greene said on the House floor ahead of a vote to strip her of several committee assignments on Thursday. “I also want to tell you 9/11 absolutely happened … I do not believe it was faked,” she remarked. Green went further said the statements she made “were words of the past” and do not “represent” her. Greene on social media previously speculated that the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks were a false flag, among other theories. Media outlets and Democrats have accused Greene of being a supporter of QAnon, a movement that includes theories that some …

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