Marjorie Taylor Greene convinced Antifa was really behind Jan 6 暴動

Marjorie Taylor Greene convinced Antifa was really behind Jan 6 暴動
‘I thought, this is Antifa, and no one can convince me it was so-called Trump supporters’

共和党 代表 マージョリーテイラーグリーン has blamed the Antifa and said “no one can convince” her that the violent protesters involved in the January 6 riots were supporters of ドナルド・トランプ.

“I was very upset. I never expected anything like that. And when that happened, 私は思った, this is Antifa, and no one can convince me it was so-called Trump supporters, and we know there’s a lot wrong there, and I cannot wait for investigations, a real investigation,」グリーンさんは言った.

The far-right Republican leader was speaking with 2020 election conspiracy theorist マイク・リンデル for his show.

The Biden administration’s response to the riot is “political persecution” under which more than 800 people have been arrested and over 200 criminal sentences have been handed out, 彼女は言いました.

The congresswoman added that people who did things that “they shouldn’t have done” should be treated better during their imprisonment, bringing up her visit to jails.

“OK, they got charged for things they shouldn’t have done, OK, that happened, they deserve their day in court, they deserve their due process rights, but honestly, my gosh, what’s happening to these people is so heartbreaking,” she said in the Lindell TV interview.

彼女は付け加えた: “I was in that jail, I saw them, it’s so sad. They hadn’t bathed, they didn’t have haircuts, they couldn’t shave because they weren’t vaccinated. They were treated worse if they weren’t vaccinated, だが, what kind of country are we?」

The Georgia representative has not given a clear stand on whether she believes Mr Trump’s supporters were involved in the US Capitol riots.

One of the biggest supporters of Mr Trump’s claims that the election declaring Joe Biden the winner was stolen, Ms Greene had sent a text message to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on the day of the violent attack and said that she feared there was an active shooter at the site.

“Please tell the president to calm people. This isn’t the way to solve anything,” Ms Greene, who frequently circulates conspiracy theories, 前記.

But the very next day, she tried to overturn her allegations on Mr Trump and said: “I don’t think that President Trump caused the attack on the Capitol.”

“It’s not his fault. Antifa was mixed in the crowed [ママ] and instigated it, and sadly people followed. But when people try everything and no one listens and nothing works, I guess they think they have no other choice,” she said in a text message.

With a few days left in Mr Trump’s presidency on 17 1月, Ms Greene said he should call for martial law, which she misspelled as “marshall”.

“In our private chat with only members, several are saying the only way to save our Republic is for Trump to call for Marshall law [ママ],” she had said. “I don’t know on those things. I just wanted you to tell him. They stole this election. We all know. They will destroy our country next. Please tel [ママ] him to declassify as much as possible so we can go after Biden and anyone else!」