Marjorie Taylor Greene just made Trump supporters jealous when she said these two words to this reporter

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Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia is one of the most conservative and outspoken members of the 435-member People’s Chamber.

Her willingness to fight has made her one of the top targets of both Democrat politicians and their friends in Big Media.

But now Marjorie Taylor Greene just said two words to this corporate-controlled media “journalist” that has Trump supporters seeing green. 

Marjorie Taylor Greene celebrates Trump’s big victory 

Super Tuesday was a great night for former President Donald Trump. 

Trump won 14 out of 15 races – and he didn’t just win them, he dominated. 

The one state primary he lost was the blue bastion of Vermont – and it was a close contest, with former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley winning it by just four points and gaining a measly nine delegates. 

The next day, Haley was finally convinced to withdraw her opposition to the former President. 

But on election night, one of Trump’s biggest supporters, Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, was at a victory party celebrating the momentous occasion. 

And so, too, was a British “journalist” who chose that moment to play a game of “gotcha.” 

Marjorie Taylor Greene vs. Emily Maitlis 

Ex-BBC Anchor Emily Maitlis, now with the left-wing The News Agents out of London, cornered Marjorie Taylor Greene at the party and started asking some innocent questions.

Maitlis started out by asking about what message was sent by voters on Super Tuesday. 

The Representative from the Peach State said it was clear Republican voters wanted Haley out of the race and to endorse the 45th President of the United States. 

Next, Maitlis played to Marjorie Taylor Greene’s ego by asking if she might be on Trump’s shortlist to join him on the ticket. 

Greene responded by saying there are plenty of good Vice-Presidential possibilities, and she’s happy to help Trump in whatever way she can. 

And that’s when Maitlis went in for the kill. 

“And 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,” said Maitlis.

Without missing a beat, Marjorie Taylor Greene refused the premise and suggested it’s Big Media and left-wing reporters who love conspiracy theories, like Trump/Russia collusion or that the Hunter Biden laptop from hell was supposedly “Russian misinformation.” 

But Maitlis continued to push the “conspiracy theory line.” 

“What about Jewish space lasers? Tell us about Jewish space lasers,” condescendingly asked Maitlis.

At that point, Greene decided the interview was over – but first had a parting shot for the self-described “reporter.” 

“Why don’t you go talk about Jewish space lasers and really why don’t you f**k off? How about that?”

Who is the real conspiracy theorist? 

It should be noted that Marjorie Taylor Greene has never pushed the silly “Jewish space laser” nonsense – not during the California wildfires nor last year during the devastating fire in Hawaii. 

Back in 2018, Marjorie Taylor Greene did resist the leftist narrative that it was the supposed “climate crisis” that caused the California wildfires. 

The Congresswoman did mention there were reports from residents who claimed to witness lasers or blue beams of light during the fires. 

But she never said anything about “Jewish space lasers.”

So, one could argue that the only conspiracy theory in the conversation was Maitlis’ suggestion that Marjorie Taylor Greene pushed the “Jewish space laser” line.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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