Here we are talking about Marjorie Taylor Greene Has Received Calls About Being Armed on January 6 Comments. Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has come under fire for comments she made at a GOP event, in which she said that if she had organized the uprising on January 6, it “would’ve been armed.”
Greene gave a keynote address as part of her Saturday evening presentation at the New York Young Republican Club’s 110th Annual Gala. Greene denied the claims that she and top Donald Trump friend Steve Bannon were involved in planning the disturbance at the Capitol and asserted that there would have been guns present at any right-wing takeover in the United States.
“Then January 6 occurred. And the next thing you know, Steve Bannon and I had organized everything “Greene remarked. “And I’ll tell you something, we would have triumphed if Steve Bannon and I had organized it. Furthermore, it would have been armed.
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“You see, that’s the whole joke. They claim that everything was planned, and I just want to know if they’re kidding. They claim that we orchestrated a group of conservatives who favor the Second Amendment from entering the Capitol without carrying weapons.” Added she.
Despite Greene’s comments, several protesters were detained for possessing firearms on January 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C. Trump was informed that some people in the crowd were armed during his speech at the Ellipse in Washington, D.C., on that particular day, according to the House Select Committee looking into the uprising, but the former president nevertheless ordered them to march on the Capitol.
The far-right militia group’s founder Stewart Rhodes and the Florida chapter’s leader Kelly Meggs were also found guilty of seditious conspiracy after attempting to use violence to maintain Trump’s rule.
Several social media users have now denounced Greene for her comments regarding bringing firearms to the uprising on January 6. Keith Olbermann, a former MSNBC anchor, and ESPN commentator tweeted: “arrest and indict @RepMTG (Marjorie Taylor Greene) right away.
“This is yet another attempt to topple the American administration. Put this thing in a cage. Permanently.” Tim Wise, a writer, and political activist wrote: “Margarine Traitor Greed, speaking aloud the quiet (and seditious and unlawful portion). Shut her up.”
She’s no longer concealing her traitorous intents, the Occupy Democrats Twitter account wrote, adding that “her demand for an armed rebellion is grounds for an arrest in our view.”
Dash Dobrofsky, a podcaster, and activist on the left added: “If she had “planned it,” according to Marjorie Taylor Greene, she would have “won” on January 6. It “would have been armed,” she added.
Before the attack, Greene provided tours of the Capitol and asked for forgiveness for her involvement. The Department of Justice (DOJ) must file charges against her.” Greene and MAGA GOP legislators Madison Cawthorn and Lauren Boebert refuted claims that they conducted “reconnaissance tours” of the Capitol to people who would eventually be detained in connection with the uprising.
Because she violated the Constitution by encouraging the attack on January 6, campaign groups have attempted to have Greene barred from running for office.
A person who “engaged in insurrection or rebellion” after taking the congressional oath should be barred from standing for office again, according to Section 3 of the 14th Amendment. A judge in Georgia rejected the effort in May, citing “insufficient” proof that Greene had backed an uprising.
At the New York Young Republican Club’s 110th Annual Gala, other prominent Republicans in the party included Donald Trump Jr., Rudy Giuliani, a former mayor of New York City who now represents Trump, and far-right conspiracy theorist Jack Posobiec.
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