Marjorie Taylor Greene Downplays Past Conspiratorial Comments: ‘I Don’t Think I Have Anything to Apologize For’


Salem radio host Sebastian Gorka on Tuesday evening attempted to have Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) address her old statements made online, but Greene refused to apologize for her old Facebook posts where she claimed the Sandy Hook massacre was a “false flag” and 9/11 was an inside job.

“You have been accused about saying things about 9/11, the Pentagon attack, school shootings, that you’re a QAnon supporter. Before we get to what the Left is trying to do, I want to give you an opportunity to address those accusations about being a conspiracy theorist, here on America First,” Gorka stated.

Greene then replied to Gorka in a rather lengthy manner, not willing to apologize for her old comments.

“Absolutely, I appreciate that,” Greene began. “Well, you know what has happened, I was one of those Americans that was supposed to never get elected to Congress; the elites don’t want me here.”

Greene eventually addressed her old remarks made on Facebook, going as far as to brush off the comments as not a big deal.

“I’ve never done drugs. I’ve never been arrested. The only thing bad I’ve done is probably gotten a speeding ticket. But you know what, just like every single other person, yeah, I have said things I shouldn’t say at some time or another, but I don’t think I have anything to apologize for. For refusing to believe Trump-Russian collusion conspiracy theories, and looking things up on the internet and asking questions about it on Facebook, big deal,” Greene stated.

“Just because I posted things on Facebook back in 2018 doesn’t mean that I should be removed from my committees here in Congress,” she added.

At the end of that lengthy response, Gorka said, “I am glad to have been given you the opportunity to distance yourself from those comments because we have a reputation here on America First for destroying conspiracy theories that are so harmful to our side.”

“Good,” Greene replied.

Watch above, via The Salem Radio Network.

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