“ Christian Nationalism A Form Of Nazi Doctrine” 


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THE QUEEN OF ANTI — SEMETIC PREJUDICE AND LIES   —  When it comes to bizarre conspiracy theories involving Jews, it is difficult to top Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA)’s QAnon-inspired contention that the 2018 California wildfires were caused by space lasers controlled by the Rothschilds (that is, Jews).  

But a recent article by the Institute for Strategic Studies, an organization that targets disinformation, highlights a new antisemitic conspiracy theory that comes close: “An Antisemitic Conspiracy Theory is Being Shared on Telegram to Justify Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine.

This conspiracy, used to justify Russia’s attack on Ukraine, was disseminated on Telegram, a cloud-based messaging app. It claims that Ukraine is controlled by a fascist cabal of “fake” Jews, the Khazars.

The Khazars were a semi-nomadic tribe of Turkic people that inhabited a large swath of territory north of the Caucasus Mountains, between the Caspian and Black Seas. An important and independent Khazar state existed from the late seventh century CE until the 10th century, when it was overrun by Russian forces. That’s not in doubt. What is in doubt is the legend that Judaism was adopted as the state religion of Khazaria in the eighth century CE. T

The writing of a Spanish-Jewish poet and philosopher, Yehuda Halevi, gave the story of the conversion of the Khazars to Judaism widespread appeal. The “Kuzari,” completed in 1140 CE and originally written in Arabic, is a lengthy five essay dialogue between the pagan king of the Khazars and a Jewish scholar, who tries to convince the king that Judaism is the true faith. A prominent example of the long tradition of Jewish apologetics, the “Kuzari” is a stirring and epic tale that fascinated me when I studied it as a Hebrew school student a number of years ago.

Arthur Koestler’s “The Thirteenth Tribe: The Khazar Empire and its Heritage” (1976), in which he proposes that the Jews of Eastern Europe are/were the descendants of the Khazars, has given new life to the Jewish Khazar narrative. While the author’s intention was to nullify the racial basis of antisemitism, he actually encouraged it by abetting the efforts of antisemites and anti-Zionists to deny the Jewish claim to a homeland in Israel.

In fact, a comprehensive, multi-authored genetic study published in 2013 shows that Ashkenazi Jews share the greatest genetic ancestry with other Jewish populations. This finding, as well as the finding that there is no evidence of genetic similarity between these people and populations from the Caucasus, has debunked the idea of a multi-racial Jewish source.

Moreover, the Israeli historian Shaul Stampfer — “Did the Khazars Convert to Judaism?” — points out in Jewish Social Studies, that references to the conversion of Khazars to Judaism are of questionable reliability, while those sources that are credible do not mention the conversion at all.

Of course, when it comes to Jewish conspiracy theories, the facts do not matter. For example, the blood libel, which accuses Jews of using the blood of Christian children in Jewish rituals, continues to be given credence to this day. The same is true for the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” a fabrication purporting to reveal plans by Jews to dominate the world. In the same vein, the nefarious Jewish Khazars will likely continue to pop up from time to time.

Jacob Sivak, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, is a retired professor, School of Optometry and Vision Science, University of Waterloo  EDITOR AND COMMENT —  Once againTruth is sacred and conspiracies and lies are the work of the oppressors who need to be removed, not pacified, removed.  By force if neccessary or we will not survive, 


Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene is looking to get rid of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), in an effort to protect gun owners from a “ tyrannical, power hungry group of bureaucrats."

Greene, a staunch advocate for Second Amendment rights, for votes from the assholes who mis-state facts so no one will take their little toys away from .   What do thes ignorant schmucks smoke —  she introduced legislation on Thursday that would abolish the ATF and repeal regulations and guidance issued after August 2020. The legislation comes as Republicans push back on Dave Chipman, President Joe Biden's nominee to head the ATF, who they see as a threat to the right to own firearms.

The legislation, as reported by The Daily Caller, would abolish the ATF six months after the bill is enacted. It would also require President Joe Biden to inform every employee of the ATF in writing of the abolishment date.

Along with making the ATF a defunct agency, Greene's legislation would set up an auction for the firearms and ammunition the ATF confiscated. Greene's looking to use the proceeds from the auction to create a fund for families of Border Patrol officers killed in the line of duty after December 1, 2009, according to the Daily Caller. 

After providing grants of up to $150,000 per family affected, remaining funds would go to states who establish firearm safety programs.  ( Unless you believe cows jump over the moon and the money will be dutifly used in a compassinate manor, no further proof is needed that you are a frickin idiot if you believe this shit) 

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NEWS ALERT: One of Marjorie Taylor Greene's verified Twitter accounts permanently suspended from Twitter — 

Twitter has permanently suspended Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's Twitter account @mtgreenee, the company confirmed to CNN Sunday morning.

A Twitter spokesperson said the company "permanently suspended" the account "for repeated violations of our COVID-19 misinformation policy."

Greene, a right-wing Republican, and full time Jew hater and NAZI — most frequently tweeted from the handle @mtgreenee, which had more than 465,000 followers. She still has access to and can tweet from her official congressional account @RepMTG, which has more than 386,000 followers.

The Georgia lawmaker has a long history of embracing baseless conspiracy theories, and she has been a serial tweeter of false claims -- about the election, the Capitol insurrection and other subjects -- since she won her seat in November, 2020.

Twitter had previously temporarily restricted Greene's account for sharing misinformation about the 2020 presidential election and Covid-19. 

Greene's ban comes almost a year after the platform banned former President Donald Trump in the wake of the deadly January 6 insurrection.

The tweet that prompted the permanent ban included a misleading graph purporting to show deaths related to Covid-19 vaccines, which Greene claimed have been ignored, according to a person familiar with Twitter's decision.

TWITTER TERMED HER A NAZI —   Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican representative from Georgia, has defended her endorsement of "Christian nationalism" after the term “ She is a Nazi" trended on Twitter.

Greene was accused on Monday of being a "Nazi" by Twitter users commenting on her defense of Christian nationalism while speaking on Saturday at the Turning Point USAStudent Action Summit in Tampa, Florida. The Georgia Republican later shared a clip of her speech alongside the comment, “ Nationalist isn't a bad word" because it "means you care about your country.”  Bullshit

"I am being attacked by the godless left because I said I'm a proud Christian Nationalist," Greene said in a statement sent to Newsweek, which was also shared on Twitter. "These evil people are even calling me a Nazi because I proudly love my country and my God. The left has shown us exactly who they are. They hate America, they hate God, and they hate us."

Many of those who commented on the "she is a Nazi" trending topic said that they knew the phrase was referring to Greene before even looking at the related tweets. Christian nationalism has been heavily associated with far-right extremism in the U.S. in recent years, including white supremacy.

"She is a Nazi is trending and I just KNEW who they were talking about," media personality Perez Hilton tweeted alongside an animated GIF of Greene referring to the "Gazpacho police."

SIDEBAR:   This is one crazy woman, a contender and current leader for the Bizarre Women’s Club and she’s ugly too —  she has been accepted into the Congress by the usual ignorant Reptilians ( GOP) fear based women’s selection committee which showcases many of the women who showed us just how crazy liars these frikkin idiots can be and how scared to death the committee is of them.  No talent and a big mouth will get you far in the Reptilian party.  

Greene has promoted far-right, white supremacist, and antisemitic conspiracy theories including the white genocide conspiracy theory, QAnon, and Pizzagate, as well as other disproven conspiracy theories such as false flag mass shootings, the Clinton body count, and multiple relating to 9/11.

 Before running for Congress, she advocated for executing prominent Democratic politicians.  As a Congresswoman, she equated the Democratic Party with Nazis and compared COVID-19 safety measures to the persecution of Jews during the Holocaust. She apologized for the latter comparison.  

On her first day in office, Greene wore a face mask onto the House floor that read "Trump Won";  Trump in fact lost the 2020 US presidential election to Joe Biden.  During the counting of electoral votes, Greene raised an objection to counting Michigan's electoral votes. The objection was not signed by a member of the U.S. Senate and therefore was rejected.

In response to the storming of the Capitol by Trump supporters on January 6, 2021, Greene called for an end to violence and for support for T-RUMP.  She refused to wear a face mask while sheltering in place during the riot, and during the debate to impeach Trump she tweeted: "Democrats must be held accountable for the political violence inspired by their rhetoric." This prompted Democratic representative Jason Crow to call her "morally bankrupt", "depraved" and "frankly dangerous".

In a series of tweets following the attack on the Capitol, Greene falsely suggested that the rioters were members of antifa dressed as Trump supporters.   Greene made these claims even though Anthony Aguero, a conservative activist and close associate of hers, was one of the people who stormed the Capitol. She also retweeted a clip from Fox News host Tucker Carlson, in which Carlson – citing Revolver News, a right-wing news website – claimed that agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation might have organized and participated in the attack.

On January 21, 2021, the second day of Biden's presidency, Greene filed articles of impeachment against him, alleging abuse of power. In an interview with Greg Kelly of Newsmax, she perpetuated conspiracy theories that Biden had been bought off by foreign interests.

Must be contagious but she is the most violent strain.  These women, ugly in tone, defiant in attitude, four of them quite stupid, mostly TRUMPETS they could accomplish nothing but show the country why  we need to vet our Congressional leader-sh*t  a lot better if these excuses and big mouths exist in our system… 

My suggestion would be to send them to a third world country where they would learn greed and self adoration, prejudice, untruths, dis-respect doesn’t work with the out-door plumbing where their words would be useless… or indoors in a house of ill-repute.  Meanwhile many of our new members of Congress are showing how bad the American voter is .  Four losers who should be removed.

USAGE ALERT ABOUT DEFINITIVE USE OF NEGATIVE VERBOLOGY— Nevertheless,  in forty years of writing and learning I have never had the need to assign the most vicious of all slang words to a woman, till I listened to her open that toilet bowl of hate, mis-information, denigration and pure spit, she truly defines the word and meaning as dastardly as it sounds.          

All senses of this word are vulgar slang and are very strongly tabooed and censored.  The meanings that refer to a woman and a contemptible person are used with disparaging intent and are perceived as highly insulting and demeaning.   I searched the dictionaries, synonyms, antonyms and cinnonymes which are donuts. Nothing said it better.

There are many words used to refer to people in negative terms. However, to call a person these words lowers my self esteem as a forgiving person hoping some of these moron GOP Reptilians either grow up or drop dead, or someone helps them to the promise land with a bullet.

She  is one of the most hateful and powerful examples of verbal abuse in the political world and a DOUCHBAG. English language.  Unfortunately for her she is a DOUCHBAG and rightfully deserves the credit as one.  She also has been referred to by another slang vicious word  — CUNT — 

Cunt (/kʌnt/) is a vulgar word for the vulva or vagina. It is used in a variety of ways, including as a term of disparagement. Reflecting national variations, cunt can be used as a disparaging and obscene term for a woman in the United States, an unpleasant or stupid man or woman in the United Kingdom, or a contemptible man in Australia and New Zealand.  The term has various derivative senses, including adjective and verb uses.

Feminist writer and English professor Germaine Greer argues that cunt “ is one of the few remaining words in the English language with a genuine power to shock”.  Personally the only shock this gal needs is about 14,000 volts in an electric chair.


Miriam- Webster:   “ Vulgar” Disgusting Person -  Thats Greene— Well Deserving Of What She Puts Out!
Chiefly US slang : An obnoxious, offensive, or disgusting person   Extremely Disparaging and Offensive  —   SlangVulgar Meaning related to women of contemptuous volume  — a contemptuous term used to refer to a woman considered as a sex object  —  First Known Use of douchebag  1908, in the meaning  CUNT is also derogatory referring to a woman's genitals and in her case warrants it.  

Masks and The Holocaust   —  Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, during an interview on a conservative podcast this week, compared House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's decision to continue to require members of the House to wear masks on the chamber floor to steps the Nazis took to control the Jewish population during the Holocaust.

Greene, in a conversation with the Christian Broadcasting Network's David Brody Real America's Voice TV show "The Water Cooler," attacked Pelosi and accused her of being a hypocrite for asking GOP members to prove they have all been vaccinated before allowing members to be in the House chamber without a mask. 

"You know, we can look back at a time in history where people were told to wear a gold star, and they were definitely treated like second class citizens, so much so that they were put in trains and taken to gas chambers in Nazi Germany," Greene said. "And this is exactly the type of abuse that Nancy Pelosi is talking about."

Jewish groups were quick to condemn Greene's remarks. "You can never compare health-related restrictions with yellow stars gas chambers and other Nazi atrocities. Such comparisons demean the Holocaust and contaminate American political speech," the American Jewish Congress said in a tweet in response to Greene's comments. "Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene must immediately retract and apologize.

Greene’s office did not immediately respond to CNN's inquiry about her comments.  A CNN survey of members of Congress discovered that every Democrat of Congress in both the House and Senate are fully vaccinated. In the Senate, 92% of Republicans say they are vaccinated, but only 44.8% of House Republicans would say if they have received the necessary shots. More than 100 Republicans in the House still won't disclose their vaccine status. That prompted Pelosi to leave the mask mandate in place, despite new guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that said vaccinated people can safely be indoors without wearing masks.

“We have a responsibility to make sure that the House of Representatives' chamber is not a petri dish because of the selfishness of some not to be vaccinated," Pelosi said. 

Greene, who has refused to disclose her personal vaccine status, said Pelosi’s heavy hand is unnecessary.  "This is a woman that doesn't care about people's safety," Greene said on the podcast. “This is a woman that is hyper-focused on her own power and control.”  Pelosi’s office declined to comment on Greene's remarks. 

Multiple lawmakers on both sides of the aisle reacted to Greene’s comments Saturday.  "This is evil lunacy," Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney tweeted about Greene's comments. Cheney, who was ousted from her House Republican leadership post earlier this month over criticism of former President Donald T-RUMP  has publicly warned that the current direction of the Republican Party is "dangerous.” 

For his part, Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, who is one of the fiercest critics of T-RUMP within the GOP and has previously spoken out against Greene, tweeted, "Absolute sickness," while linking to the same clip of Greene's comments.

Democratic Reps. Bill Pascrell of New Jersey and David Cicilline of Rhode Island tweeted their criticism of Greene’s remarks.  “As antisemitic violence rises it is disgusting that a republican member of Congress is comparing mask requirements to the Holocaust," Pascrell tweeted.  Cicilline called Greene, "A troubled person who is unfit to serve in Congress."

Marjorie Taylor Greene called the Island Of Guam a US territory a foreign country.  This bitch defies stupid and make a mockery of ignorance simply by opening her mouth.  Thats why she will never be on any committees.   She was removed for all services.    

When you have Hawley, Gohmert, Gaetz, Graham, Jordan and Nunes, Cruz and Rand Paul doing nothing but make inflammatory remarks its time to start censures and get rid of these people who only do for themselves, cause disrupters and represent no one with brains.  Hey, are all members of the GOP, now know as the Reptilian Party as sick as this bitch…   

Democratic Delegate of Guam Michael San Nicholas about bringing some of Guam's National Guard members to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-GA) office after she referred to Guam as a foreign country despite its status as a US territory during CPAC.

“ BIGGEST SUPPORTER”  Husband Perry Greene  —  And A Host Of Lovers —

REPUBLICAN Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene allegedly cheated on her husband with a number of “ Brazen" affairs a decade ago.  The QANON and conspiracy theory enthusiast is married to Perry Greene and the couple have celebrated their silver wedding anniversary.

Marjorie Taylor Greene and Perry Greene have been married for 25 years and have three children.  

Perry graduated from the University Of Georgia’s Terry College Of Business with a degree in accounting in 1996.  He started his career as an accountant at Ernst and Young, according to The Focus.  He was hired as a general manager at Taylor Construction - a building contractor business - in 1997.  Perry was appointed as the company’s president in 1999, where he remains to this day.   The doting husband often shares posts supporting his wife’s career.

The couple tied the knot in 1995 and celebrated 25 years of marriage on August 11, 2020. Greene described Perry as her “best friend and biggest supporter" in a Facebook post to mark the anniversary. The post said: “25 years ago, I said 'I do.'  “Perry Greene and I have had some great adventures, but the best thing we’ve done has been being blessed with our 3 children.  "Perry, thank you for being my best friend and biggest supporter always! I love you!!”

Marjorie Taylor Greene was allegedly unfaithful to her husband Perry with multiple men… Greene reportedly cheated on her husband with a polyamorous tantric sex guru and the manager at her gym.    

Rumors of Dogs, Pig, Ponies and Chimpanzees have not been substantiated. The Animals said nothing!
The magazine said they spoke to someone with whom Greene was allegedly having an affair who provided “ ext, message proof " from the now-congresswoman that she was sleeping with him.  “She never talked about politics,” this person told The New Yorker.  

The man later claimed he learned that Greene was having sex with an additional man who was not her actual  husband “ while the whole time being “ Super Christian playing the thank you Jesus  Game'"  “She’s not the pro-family, pro-Christian, strong-business woman she touts herself to be,” this person said. She’s a fraud. 

An anonymous gym-goer close to the controversial congresswoman claimed her secret trysts were obvious to everyone, telling the Daily Mail: “ Certainly she was screwing around.  “ Guys talk and I know there was definitely sex involved. People don't make up stuff like that. They were spending a lot of time together, turning up at the gym in the same car.

“ When I would suggest going out, Craig would say he had things to do with Marjorie," the man explained to the news outlet.  Ivey, 42, is currently living in a trailer in Washington State with his girlfriend, and has recently purchased a house in Buckley with another couple, which they plan to turn into a polyamorous commune.

He enjoys participating in reenactments of medieval battles and says on his Instagram page he is “ Living a warrior lifestyle while finding tantric love."  He told the Daily Mail, “'I will not respond to anything about this.”   Greene’s former boss at the CrossFit gym in Alpharetta, Georgia, billionaire Jim Chambers, claimed she had the affairs when she worked for him in 2012.  Chambers claimed she had affairs with “ Tantric Warrior" Craig Ivey and another gym manager called Justin Tway.  She apparently struck up a relationship with Ivey while working in gyms in Alpharetta.

An anonymous gym-goer close to the controversial congresswoman claimed her secret trysts were obvious to everyone, telling the Daily Mail: “Certainly she was screwing around.”  But Greene told the Mail the claims are “ridiculous tabloid garbage spread by an avowed Communist".   She said the claims are “another attempt to smear my name because I’m the biggest threat to the Democrats' Socialist agenda”.

Greene often describes herself as a “ strong conservative Christian".  In October, The New Yorker magazine reported on Chambers' claims of Greene's affairs, saying she was having "multiple, blatant extramarital affairs in front of all of us”.   “ We simply call them whores”.

The House and Senate Have to Grow Balls (Cajones, Testicles, Des Balles)

For the fourth time in the last two weeks, Georgia freshman Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene called for a motion to adjourn the House on Thursday morning.   The move has no practical effect other than to force every single House member to come to the floor to vote on, well, whether the House should adjourn.  She has grown uglier with age….

This frickin idiot should have been removed a long time ago.  (I was going to use another word,  but even I have a conscience… but not for long)  Our government suffers and is stale,  boring, photo-op paradise,  and champions of wasting time and taxpayers dollars and doing nothing.  Now this bitch wants to play games and make it worse.  Who the f*ck does this moron think she is?  I still have not used the word, I’m thinking though. 

It's purely a time-waster -- and an attempt by Greene to be a fly in the ointment of the Congress. (She was stripped of committee assignments by the House last month following revelations about a number of anti-Semitic and Islamophobic comments she'd made before coming to Congress.)

It also seems she like getting stripped with her gym friends of her clothing, we are trying to verify just how many she’s had relations with.

Greene explained her, uh, strategy to CNN's Annie Grayer earlier this month:"Unfortunately there are some Republicans that are unhappy with these type of floor procedures because it messes up their schedule. But Republican voters really don't like that type of Republican mentality up here. They really want Republicans to stand up and stop these radical crazy policies.” 

To be clear: A motion to adjourn does zero to stop policies — whether they’re the “radical crazy" ones or any others.  This woman's sole purpose in  life is to screw a lot of people physically and mentally and make a name for herself.  Simply defined she is a: 


What’s becoming increasingly clear as Greene pursues this pointless attention-getting effort is that even many of her Republican colleagues are losing patience with her.  On Thursday, 40 Republicans voted against her motion, the largest number who have done so since she started pulling these stunts on February 24. The last time Greene filed a motion to adjourn (March 3), just 18 Republicans voted against it. Her earlier attempts were opposed by almost no GOPers.

So there's increasing unhappiness about what she's doing -- although it doesn't yet extend to the party leadership. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (California) voted with Greene on Wednesday and, when asked by CNN's Daniella Diaz about the move, ignored the question. 

The Point: Greene's performative politics aren't meant to accomplish anything other than get her more attention, more cable TV hits and more fundraising dollars.  At what point do a majority of House Republicans say enough is enough?   We just don’t know, they are too frikken stupid!

When they grow up,  get past immaturity, grow some balls and throw her ass out and get back to work — she can get back to work in a third world country house of ill repute.  She’s got the face for it —  

Not a Nice Person  —  To Kill Roaches You Bomb The House With Insecticide, To Kill A threatening Poisonous Snake, You Cut off Its Head…  Greene, on a now defunct site called American TruthSeekers, wrote that Q is a “patriot.” She also wrote that the secret, Satanist cabal QAnon believes rules the world is funded by George Soros and the Rothschilds, both frequent targets of antisemitic allegations of global control and domination.  This is one sick bitch — 

The Murder of Seth Rich  —  Rich was a Democratic National Committee staffer from a Jewish family.  He was murdered in 2016, during what appeared to have been a botched robbery. Conspiracy theories arose soon after his death, including baseless claims that his death was a political assassination committed by Democrats, following Rich’s supposed involvement with leaked DNC emails. Several major media outlets, including Fox News, seized upon these theories.

President Obama  —  In a now-deleted tweet and again in a separate video, Rep. Greene stated that President Obama had Rich killed by the MS-13 street gang.

Promoting an anti-semitic and anti-Muslim video —  A 2015 video, which appeared to be the result of a collaboration between 4chan and 8chan users — both message forums which lean heavily toward fringe conspiracy theories — spliced Barbara Lerner Spectre, an Israeli-American academic, out of context so that she appeared to be discussing a Jewish plan to destroy Europe.

The video also quoted Nick Griffin, a former leader of far-right British political party, warning about an “unholy alliance of leftists, capitalists and Zionist supremacists” plotting to destroy European society by “breeding us out of existence in our own homelands.”  Greene shared the video in 2018, complaining that she had been censored from speaking about the issue of “illegal invaders.”

Calling George Soros a Nazi  —  In videos unearthed by Politico, Greene goes on hours long rants against Muslims, Democrats and Soros. Frustrated with his criticisms of Trump, Greene accused the billionaire Holocaust survivor of collaborating with Nazis and “turning in his own people over to the Nazis.” Later, she called Soros “the Nazi himself trying to continue what was not finished.”

References to the Deep State and globalist open borders  —  Greene once alleged that a plane never hit the Pentagon on 9/11, instead stating that it was a missile. While she has now apologized for this statement, and said she now believes that it was a plane in a terrorist attack, her apology contains several antisemitic tropes.

Greene tweeted that she was “being attacked for my opposition to open borders and globalist neocon nation building wars,” adding that she had been tricked because “our government lies to us so much to protect the Deep State, it’s hard sometimes to know what is real and what is not.”

The Deep State is a conspiracy theory based on the antisemitic trope of a secret cabal; the terms “globalism” and “open borders” are both dog whistles for a white nationalist theory that Jews and other minorities are attempting to destroy white society.

Supporting the Pizzagate conspiracy theory  —  Pizzagate, which went viral during the 2016 election campaign, alleged that leaked Democratic emails included coded references to a child sex ring. Pizzagate is often connected to QAnon and sometimes referred to as its predecessor, as they share many similar themes, including the accusation of Democratic child sex trafficking.

Claiming Charlottesville was an ‘inside job’  —  Writing on American Truth seekers in 2017, Greene theorized that James Alex Fields Jr., who drove his car into a crowd of peaceful counter-protestors at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was actually a Democrat on the payroll of George Soros. She further alleged that Heather Heyer’s death was an inside job and that the entire neo-Nazi rally was a false flag operation to “further the agenda of the elites.”

Heckling David Hogg, survivor of the Parkland shooting and gun activist  —  In March 2019, David Hogg, a survivor of the Parkland shooting, was in DC to advocate for gun control. Greene filmed herself as she chased Hogg down the street, calling him a coward and accusing him of being funded by George Soros.  Hogg has denied receiving any funding from Soros.

Space Lasers  —  In a recently uncovered Facebook post, Greene alleged that space lasers were responsible for the 2018 California wildfire known as the Camp Fire. The lasers, she said, were funded by the Rothschilds and were being used to clear forest for a high-speed rail line when they missed, sparking a fire.

Alleging that Ruth Bader Ginsburg had used a body double  —  This one is perhaps more weird than exactly antisemitic, but in 2019 on a streaming program for pro-Trump site, a caller suggested that a photo of RBG walking through an airport was not the actual Supreme Court Justice, since she looked too healthy. Greene agreed with the caller, saying she did not believe it was the justice. Her co-host also alleged that Hillary Clinton has used a body double.

Posing with Ku Klux Klan leader Charles Dole —  While Greene has denied that she knows him, Dole has referred to her as a “ friend” and she can be seen posing for a picture with him, holding a sign for his alt-right group American Patriots USA. Being friends with a neo-Nazi is perhaps not something anti-semitic Greene said, technically speaking, but it’s certainly still a statement.  We call them closet Nazi’s — and should be hanged when they come out of the closet —  

Enough, Frankly Speaking and Being Jewish, I Take Offense with Her
And Wishing Nothing But Her Lobotomy and or Extermination 

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