QAnon congresswoman explains video showing exchange with Stoneman Douglas student

QAnon congresswoman explains video showing exchange with Stoneman Douglas student

Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, whose pre-election social media posts and other activities have drawn widespread shock and condemnation as more and more of them come to light, sought to explain one of the incidents on Thursday. It showed her haranguing David Hogg a year after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The killing of 17 people and wounding of 17 others at the Parkland school Hogg attended turned him into a gun-control activist. He was in Washington, D.C., in March 2019, when Greene spotted him. She was there opposing gun restrictions. A video posted to Greene’s YouTube page, which resurfaced Wednesday on social media, showed her trailing Hogg, making comments and asking him questions as he walks down a sidewalk, demanding to know how he managed to see elected officials. Responding to a request for comment about the video and whether she has “any second thoughts or regrets” about it, the Georgia Republican said: “I was going from office to office in the Senate to oppose the radical gun control agenda that David Hogg was pushing. “In 11th grade, one of my fellow students took our school hostage with a gun he brought to our ‘gun-free’ school. “I understand that fear firsthand and I will always work to protect our gun rights so that Americans can defend themselves and others against bad people intent to harm or kill them,” Greene said. In the video, Hogg ignored Greene’s taunts, prompting her to claim he can’t defend his views […]

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