Newly elected QNut from GA, Marjorie Taylor Greene , tweeted her fee fees about having to wear a mask during the orientation meeting for all new House of Representative members.
“Our first session of New Member Orientation covered COVID in Congress. Masks, masks, masks…. I proudly told my freshman class that masks are oppressive. In GA, we work out, shop, go to restaurants, go to work, and school without masks. My body, my choice. #FreeYourFace,” Greene tweeted.
Georgia has a total of 402K people who have tested positive for the deadly Trumpvirus; 8,655 people have died from it.
Since first launching her bid for Congress, Greene has come under fire for numerous controversies, including her past support for the QAnon conspiracy theory. She previously said that “Q,” the mysterious figure who posts anonymous messages online that serve as the foundation for the theory, is a “patriot,” in a YouTube video from 2017.
After winning her primary, she later attempted to distance herself from the conspiracy theory, telling Fox News in August that she doesn’t consider herself the QAnon candidate.
She sparked controversy after videos emerged of her making bigoted remarks and publicly questioning whether a plane crashed into the Pentagon on 9/11, comments she later walked back.The Hill: