U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga) absolutely eviscerated Georgia election official Gabe Sterling over the 2020 presidential election results in the state, bluntly telling him that she considers the so-called conservative to be “a major problem.”
The tense moment on Tuesday was made even more combative since Sterling was sitting right next to Greene. She joined a House Election Integrity Caucus roundtable to take issue with the election results and claim that former President Trump was the real winner in Georgia.
“On behalf of President Trump and all of his voters in Georgia, here’s a [gift emoji]. This is what I had to say to Gabe Sterling today,” Greene tweeted later in the day.
“Gabe, I do not consider you an expert on this issue. As a matter of fact, I consider you a major problem,” Greene informed the Republican official who still serves as the chief operating officer for Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R).
On behalf of President Trump and all of his voters in Georgia, here’s a 🎁.
This is what I had to say to Gabe Sterling today. pic.twitter.com/jfReCPVghJ
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) February 28, 2023
The congresswoman recounted, “My ex-husband showed up to vote in person in the 2020 general election and was told he already voted and they said yes, Mr. Greene, you have voted absentee ballot. He said, No, I haven’t. I never requested one.”
“Now, that complaint got largely ignored. As we reported in the news, we reported to the secretary of state’s office. reported it constantly and no one gave a sh*t about what happened to him,” Greene charged.
“But guess what? It wasn’t just him. There were many, many people that reported the same issue, not just in Point County, but all over the state. And I want to tell you something else, for you to say there were no dead voters in Georgia…” she continued.
“There were four,” Sterling claimed.
“There was thousands of dead voters in Georgia,” Greene clapped back, referring to the voter rolls in the state.
The firebrand conservative went on to get to the crux of the matter… that Trump allegedly won the election in Georgia.
“And then and then the other thing is you have constantly shilled up for this election. And I’m going to tell you there was blatant outright fraud in the 2020 election. Complete and total fraud. You know that. You absolutely do. And now I’m going to follow up with one more thing. Trump won Georgia!” she exclaimed.
Happy Presidents’ Day to the G.O.A.T., President Donald J. Trump! 🇺🇸
We elected him in 2016. We re-elected him in 2020. And we will elect him for a THIRD time in 2024!!
You will always have my support, Mr. President! pic.twitter.com/531Hzb5Efe
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) February 20, 2023
“I know you don’t like for me to say that, but I am convinced that he did. Born and raised in Georgia, lived there all my life, campaigned all over the state in the 2020 election and coming here for the Election Integrity Caucus. And for you to be on the panel, it’s actually insulting to election integrity because I think you did a horrific job for the state of Georgia,” she said, hammering Sterling. “And I can’t believe that our tax dollars have to pay you to run our election system.”
Sterling waited until later to hit back at Greene on Twitter over the exchange, “I had a discussion with the Election Integrity Caucus. A big part of that is talking truthfully about the challenges in elections and identifying REAL issues.”
“Some still deal in disproven conspiracies. It’s a challenge we all face, but having a @CocaCola makes everything better,” he kidded, posting a photo of him drinking out of a can while Greene hammered him into silence at the meeting.
I had a discussion with the Election Integrity Caucus. A big part of that is talking truthfully about the challenges in elections and identifying REAL issues. Some still deal in disproven conspiracies. It’s a challenge we all face, but having a @CocaCola makes everything better. pic.twitter.com/fzNOVZZOxh
— Gabriel Sterling (@GabrielSterling) March 1, 2023
A user tweeted that Sterling should have drank “something stronger,” to which he replied, “After…maybe after…”
Sterling infamously denounced what he called election conspiracy theories that asserted there was voter fraud in the state during the 2020 presidential election and the Georgia US Senate run-offs. He gave a press conference begging Trump and other GOP officials to stop spreading conspiracy theories and denounced threats reportedly being directed at election workers.
“It’s all gone too far,” Sterling publicly declared on the steps of Georgia’s Capitol for the cameras.
“You need to step up and say this … stop inspiring people to commit potential acts of violence,” Sterling said addressing Trump, according to CNN. “Someone’s going to get hurt, someone’s going to get shot, someone’s going to get killed, and it’s not right.”
“Be the bigger man here and stop – step in,” Sterling stated. “Tell your supporters, don’t be violent, don’t intimidate. All that’s wrong, it’s un-American.”
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