Calls for her censuring, calls for her to be expelled from Congress for promoting the continued overthrow of the government, and calls for any meaningful form of reprimand for her dangerous actions have not yet led to any consequences. On Wednesday it was reported that part of Greene’s Facebook history includes calls for the assassination of Speaker Nancy Pelosi. But no less distressing is a belief in false flag mass shooting operations.
As Media Matters reported, the posts that Greene is now covering up from only two years ago include things like her saying: “I am told that Nancy Pelosi tells Hillary Clinton several times a month that ‘we need another school shooting’ in order to persuade the public to want strict gun control.” Greene also promotes the idea that survivors of mass shootings are “paid actors,” a particularly illogical hole in the classic sociopathy of grand conspiracy theories.
The concept is that whoever this secret cabal of powers that be are/is so controlling and powerful, with so many resources at its disposal (i.e., law enforcement, special forces military agents, guns, helicopters, media outlets, governmental agencies both federal and local) that they stage mass shootings in the hopes of taking away everybody’s guns. Never mind the fact that the Columbine High School shooting in Colorado took place almost 22 years ago and there are less gun restrictions now than there were then. Never mind the idea that this heartless and controlling “globalist” agenda is willing to create hundreds of accomplices—“fake survivors,” “fake mourning parents,” and other “crisis actors”—who have to continuously be seen in public or interviewed by the Jewish-controlled media, and that real mass shooters wouldn’t fucking kill a few people and leave real survivors makes zero sense.
But making sense is of no importance to people like Greene. As soon as a hole is poked in their logic, conspiracy theorists like Greene just shift the goal posts and set up a new strawman argument that they pretend they are responding to. Everything must be bigger for people like Greene not simply because the alternative speaks to a level of chance and chaos that is frightening to them; the reason Greene and others like her want to believe in massive alien being-level conspiracy theory is because they constantly feel so out of control and are such egomaniacs that the acknowledgement they might be wrong is far too much for them to bear.
Hogg has long known Greene was a garbage bag of ideas.
Here’s a reminder: Donald Trump called her a “future Republican star.” Yeehaw?
In the video below, Greene attempts to promote the idea that Hogg and his work to lobby for smart gun safety laws is simply a symptom of right-wing boogieman George Soros. Watch for yourself as Greene exposes herself as the wretched, self-absorbed, nihilistic monster she is.
Here’s the YouTube video from her own YouTube channel.