Stating that “the rhetoric has turned into dangerous extremism, like Marjorie Green’s candidacy,” he continued, “I will put every resource, every knowledge, into the campaign that follows me to defeat Marjorie and the Northwest.” Restores hope for the people of. ” Georgia. ”
Since the primary, it has raised controversy over several incendiary statements.
A key point in the district’s Republican primaries and general election is the green promotion of a wild and unsaturated conspiracy theory known as Qiayon. Although this theory is sufficiently vague to invite all kinds of interpretations from its followers, its chief QAnon claims that President Donald Trump is secretly fighting to bring a cabal of devil-worshiping pedophiles Are infiltrating the US government and all other levels. Elite institutions.
Green has repeated and publicized QAnon theories and phrases, praising the legendary Q as a “patriot” in a video filmed in 2017 and describing the conspiracy theory as “something worth listening to and noting” . He said, “(Q) there is someone who loves his country very much, and he is on the same page as us, and he is very supportive.”
Trump congratulated Green on Twitter after her primary victory, saying she was “strong on everything and never gives up – a real runner!”
CNN’s Michael Warren, Constantin Torropin, Claire Foran, Alex Rogers, Veronica Stracaluressi, Andrew Kaczynski and M Steck contributed to this report.