Georgia lawmaker rips ‘pathetic Congress’ for voting to condemn QAnon and ignoring Antifa and BLM

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Incoming Congresswoman Marjorie Greene (R-Georgia) slammed the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives for voting in favor of a toothless resolution to condemn the fringe QAnon conspiracy theory while refusing to denounce the violence perpetrated by Antifa and Black Lives Matter agitators.

“When will this pathetic Congress pass a resolution condemning Communist Antifa and Marxist BLM?” Greene tweeted.  “They burn cities, violently attack innocent people, shoot police, and cause millions of dollars in damage to businesses and federal property every single day! Congress is failing!”

Greene said the House resolution to condemn a fringe conspiracy theory is an empty gesture aimed at anonymous Internet trolls who support President Trump.

Meanwhile, she says the Democrat-controlled House downplays, ignores, and even praises the left-wing riots, looting, and group beatdowns committed by Antifa and Black Lives Matter activists.

“There’s no reason for a resolution to condemn non-existent violence from folks talking about the VERY REAL Deep State and the attempted coup on President Trump,” Greene told Fox News.

The bipartisan House resolution to condemn QAnon passed by an overwhelming vote of 371-18.

Marjorie Greene said the real danger to Americans comes not from a fringe conspiracy theory, but from violent Antifa and Black Lives Matter activists and the Democrats who support these groups.

Greene said Republicans should demand a similar resolution to condemn Antifa and Black Lives Matter, who are burning down Democrat-controlled cities.

“Republicans should lead strongly by standing up for innocent Americans against this smear and rightfully designate Black Lives Matter and Antifa both as domestic terror organizations,” Greene said.

She added: “The fact that Democrats refuse to condemn the real domestic terrorists BLM and Antifa is what Americans should remember when they go to vote on November 3.”

QAnon is a fringe conspiracy theory that reportedly originated on 4Chan, the anonymous, image-based online bulletin board.

The QAnon theory claims that a left-wing faction of Satan-worshipping pedophiles are running a child sex-trafficking operation that’s working to undermine President Trump. QAnon claims that Trump is being targeted because he’s trying to dismantle this left-wing cabal of pedophiles.

Marjorie Greene said it’s insane that Democrats think opposing child rapists and sex-trafficking is a bad thing that needs Congressional condemnation.

“It’s laughable that Democrats actually think Americans being against pedophiles and human trafficking is actually a bad thing!” Greene remarked. “That’s pretty messed up.”

Numerous Twitter users reacted to the House’s condemnation of QAnon by noting the hypocrisy of denouncing a frothy conspiracy theory while ignoring the actual violence committed by left-wing agitators.

OANN’s Jack Posobiec said sarcastically: “Democrats condemn ‘Q Anon’ but say we don’t need to worry about these guys [Antifa and BLM] because they are just an ‘idea.’

The QAnon conspiracy theory originated in 2017 but gained steam after the arrest of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, a Democratic mega-donor who was friends with numerous high-profile Democrats.

In 2019, a former contractor for Epstein’s infamous New Mexico compound said Bill and Hillary Clinton visited the sexy-orgy ranch almost every year after leaving the White House.

The Left’s celebration of the “child porn” film “Cuties” also raised eyebrows about the alleged existence of a shadowy cabal of left-wing pedophiles running a global sex-trafficking ring.

Then, there’s this: Democrats are rabidly pushing to release prisoners from jail — even child molesters — citing COVID concerns.

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