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BULLSH*T: Marjorie Taylor Greene Buried In Scorn After Calling For Nick Fuentes To Be Allowed Back On Twitter

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Far-right Georgia representative and QAnon evangelist Marjorie Taylor Greene is facing harsh criticism online for saying she denounces white supremacist Nick Fuentes after calling for the notorious antisemite to be allowed to return to Twitter.

Amid the controversy following Fuente’s meeting with Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago resort, along with Kanye West, Republicans have been trying to distance themselves from the holocaust denier.

In a tweet on Tuesday, Greene posted: “of course I denounce Nick Fuentes and his racists [sic] anti-Semitic ideology.”

Greene was responding to a tweet from PBS White House Correspondent Laura Barrón-López, who shared a quote from incoming House Speaker Kevin McCarthy when he was asked about GOP lawmakers’ associations with nazi sympathizers.

Barron Lopez wrote that there was “no public evidence” Greene had denounced Fuentes, prompting Greene to claim that “of course I denounce Nick Fuentes.”

Naturally, social media users wasted no time pointing out that Greene also retweeted a post on her recently reinstated Twitter personal account urging Elon Musk to allow Fuentes to be allowed back on the platform.

“Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene is now saying ‘of course’ she denounces ‘Nick Fuentes and his racists [sic] anti-semitic ideology.’ But what about this thread she retweeted last week calling for Fuentes and a number of neo-Nazis to get their Twitter accounts back?” replied Nick Martin, editor of The Informant website.

The PatriotTakes Twitter account, which exposes “right-wing extremism and other threats to democracy, responded by uploading a screengrab of the Georgia congresswoman sharing the list of far-right names with the caption: “Then why did you retweet this a week ago?”

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