Whereas underneath oath and going through the opportunity of being kicked off of the poll, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is altering her story about 1/6.
Video of Greene testifying that she solely needed a peaceable protest:
Greene later couldn’t bear in mind her personal tweets:
Right here was the trade:
Q: I’m trying on the — sure, this prime half. Miss Greene, it is a tweet that you simply despatched out on January 2nd, 2021, right?
Greene: I’m unsure.
Q: Okay. You don’t recall this?
Greene: I don’t recall tweeting that, no.
Q: Okay. You may set that to at least one aspect. Effectively, let many he ask this query. Does anyone tweet issues in your Twitter account like that, did anyone in January of 2021 tweet issues in your Twitter account with out your permission?
Greene: On what day?
Q: Any time from November of 2020 to January sixth?
Greene: I don’t bear in mind. That’s troublesome to reply.
Q: Okay. You’d be shocked if any individual bought into your Twitter account and tweeted one thing with out your permission, wouldn’t you?
Greene: Effectively, nobody tweeted something with out my permission. I simply don’t bear in mind who tweeted what.
Greene has gone the complete Trump and pretended to not know those that she is aware of like Ali Alexander:
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) April 22, 2022
The listening to has been a catastrophe for Greene, who’s doing her greatest Donald Trump impression and pretending to not know individuals and even have the ability to bear in mind her personal tweets.
Rep. Greene is attempting to dodge any function of accountability within the rebellion. She has been altering her story and conveniently forgetting particulars.
Greene might survive the listening to and stay on the poll, however she sounds responsible, and the 1/6 Committee needs to be paying consideration.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He’s additionally a White Home Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Diploma in Political Science. His graduate work targeted on public coverage, with a specialization in social reform actions.
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