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The View Sounds The Alarm About ‘Dangerous Source’ Behind Greene’s Push For ‘National Divorce’



The View on Marjorie Taylor Greene

The hosts at ABC’s “The View” on Tuesday warned that there may be a nefarious source behind Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s push for a “national divorce” in recent days.

The extremist Georgia Republican said red states and blue states should break apart into separate countries, and her obstinate call for a “national divorce” alarmed the panelists on “The View.”

Co-host Sunny Hostin wondered how much Greene knew about the last time states tried to secede from the union.

“Red states lost,” Hostin said. “I think she knows that.”

Alyssa Farah Griffin said that Greene’s plan sounded like something that was thought out by dangerous right-wing figures such as Steve Bannon or Roger Stone.

“It’s an absurd notion, but I always caution this with Marjorie Taylor Greene,” Griffin said. “She’s so easy to make fun of and it’s good for a laugh because it’s so absurd sometimes, but the things she says are very dangerous … this is the woman who brought us, like, and absurd things. This is actually sounded like a coherent yet terrible, terrifying thought, this national divorce. I kind of assumed it comes from someone like Steve Bannon or some far-right thought leader. That scares me more.”

“This has all the markings of someone like him,” she added. “Maybe it’s not him, maybe it’s Roger Stone. It was a little too coherent a thought, even though it is absurd, for Marjorie Taylor Greene.”

Watch the segment below:


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