Marjorie Taylor Greene Tells British Reporter Asking Rude Questions to ‘F–k Off’

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) told a British reporter to “f–k off” Tuesday evening, after the reporter accused her of being a conspiracy theorist who believes in “Jewish space lasers.”

The interaction between Greene and British podcaster Emily Maitlis took place at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Super Tuesday, and was filmed by the former BBC reporter’s colleague at the British daily news podcast “News Agents.”

The conversation began amicably enough with a discussion about GOP hopeful Nikki Haley as a potential V.P. pick.

“That’s the question everyone asks and no, I don’t think Nikki Haley should be on the list, but of course President Trump will support who he wants for V.P.,” Greene told Maitlis.

Haley, the former South Carolina governor and UN ambassador, did formally suspend her presidential campaign at a press conference in her home state of South Carolina, Wednesday.

The Georgia Republican demurred when asked if she herself would like to be on Trump’s V.P. list.

“He’s got a long list. I support President Trump in any way, any way he’s ask me, but I can assure you it won’t be Nikki Haley,” she laughed.

Maitlis then turned to her big headline-grabbing “gotcha” question, as a colleague from “News Agents” filmed.

“Can you tell me why so many people that support Donald Trump love conspiracy theories, including yourself. He seems to attract lots of conspiracy theorists,” she said.

“Well, let me tell you, you’re a conspiracy theorist, and the left and the media spread more conspiracy theories,” Greene replied hotly. “We like the truth. We like supporting our Constitution, our freedoms, and America first.”

As the congresswoman was walking off, Maitlis asked “what about Jewish space lasers?”

The BBC reporter was referring to a now-deleted 2018 Facebook post in which Greene shared her suspicions that the California wildfires that year were started by “space solar generators” funded by powerful backers.

Commenters blamed the fires on so-called “Jewish space lasers” and the Rothschild family.

“Tell us about Jewish space lasers,” Maitlis demanded.

“No, why don’t you talk about Jewish space lasers?” Greene shot back, adding: “Why don’t you f–k off? How about that? Thanks.”

The notion of the U.S. government purposefully starting forest fires is not as far-fetched as one might think.

A previously classified Department of Defense report in 1970, titled “Forest Fire as a Military Weapon,” served as an instruction manual for carrying out largescale forest fire catastrophes in different climates.

This research has been conducted by the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture, under sponsorship of the Advanced Research Projects Agency through ARPA Order 818. The primary research attention was given to the flammability characteristics of jungle growth in tropical and monsoonal climates where forest fires seldom occur naturally.

While the focus of this research was on how to incinerate forests in tropical climates like North Vietnam, the report also included data indicating the best timing for  engineered wildfires in various regions in the United States and other nations. The report specifically covered Mount Shasta, California, an area that has seen increasingly catastrophic wildfires in recent years.


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About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.

Photo: Image courtesy of "News Agents."