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QAnon supporter Marjorie Taylor Greene wins Georgia Republican primary

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Ladies and gentlemen, the future of the Republican Party:
"Q is a patriot," Marjorie Taylor Greene said. She called the conspiracy theory "something worth listening to and paying attention to," adding: "He is someone that very much loves his country, and he's on the same page as us, and he is very pro-Trump."

She won the primary in her deep red Georgia district, virtually assuring her a seat in the US House of Representatives despite racist videos, anti-Muslim slurs and believing in nut-bag conspiracy theories.

Less than two months ago, Republican leadership in Washington rejected Greene, calling racist comments she's made "appalling" and "disgusting." House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and other House GOP leaders endorsed Greene's primary opponent, neurosurgeon John Cowan, who called Greene "a circus act" and "crazy."

But just like they did with the credibly accused child molester Roy Moore and Donald Trump, once they won their primaries, the GOP went all in for their nut-bag candidates. McCarthy has already said she'd be welcomed by her House colleagues and given committee assignments just like normal Congress people.

The dissolution of the Republican Party continues.
 

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That Q and Qanon thingy seems to be the liberals' media talking point for Saturday ... 3rd thread today on this board and it's only lunchtime in TN ...
 

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That Q and Qanon thingy seems to be the liberals' media talking point for Saturday ... 3rd thread today on this board and it's only lunchtime in TN ...

Who cares what we are talking about, you guys don't seem to get you're inviting the lunatics to take over the asylum. It's another sad day for the gop and what they are willing to accept. And the gop wonders why their party is shrinking.
 

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Q must be on to something because liberals are all worked up by them.
 

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Q must be on to something because liberals are all worked up by them.

That Q and Qanon thingy seems to be the liberals' media talking point for Saturday ... 3rd thread today on this board and it's only lunchtime in TN ...

People that live in the fact-free world of conspiracy are an existential threat to our democracy. They are a much greater threat to America than Al Qaeda ever was because they turning voters minds into mush. A healthy democracy is about a free exchange of ideas, not argument over facts. The reason we can not get our pandemic under control is that we have sanctioned the idea that everyone can have their own facts.

Qanon needs to be called out for fraud that they are and their enablers need their patriotism questioned.
 
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Ladies and gentlemen, the future of the Republican Party:
"Q is a patriot," Marjorie Taylor Greene said. She called the conspiracy theory "something worth listening to and paying attention to," adding: "He is someone that very much loves his country, and he's on the same page as us, and he is very pro-Trump."

She won the primary in her deep red Georgia district, virtually assuring her a seat in the US House of Representatives despite racist videos, anti-Muslim slurs and believing in nut-bag conspiracy theories.

Less than two months ago, Republican leadership in Washington rejected Greene, calling racist comments she's made "appalling" and "disgusting." House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and other House GOP leaders endorsed Greene's primary opponent, neurosurgeon John Cowan, who called Greene "a circus act" and "crazy."

But just like they did with the credibly accused child molester Roy Moore and Donald Trump, once they won their primaries, the GOP went all in for their nut-bag candidates. McCarthy has already said she'd be welcomed by her House colleagues and given committee assignments just like normal Congress people.

The dissolution of the Republican Party continues.

And trump recently tweeted his support for her. Trump and his morally bankrupt Repugnant party keeps digging their hole deeper and deeper.
 

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That Q and Qanon thingy seems to be the liberals' media talking point for Saturday ... 3rd thread today on this board and it's only lunchtime in TN ...

You'd think the Republicans would be talking about it. But maybe they're too embarrassed?
 

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QAnon. Just regular ole Republicans (yeah, crazy ones) who need a new name to feel special.
 

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If she wins the general, and it is likely she will, what will the republicans do when she spouts this crap on the floor? And don't forget she likes to do press conferences, I'm sure those will be so entertaining. I'm sure she will keep her composure when called out for her numerous claims.
 

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makes sense. that's the Republican party now. it's sad. i hope that it is replaced with something saner.
 

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Ladies and gentlemen, the future of the Republican Party:
"Q is a patriot," Marjorie Taylor Greene said. She called the conspiracy theory "something worth listening to and paying attention to," adding: "He is someone that very much loves his country, and he's on the same page as us, and he is very pro-Trump."

The GOP won that Georgia district in the last election by +22. So unless something totally unexpected occurs, this QAnon nut job will wind up in the US Congress.

She'll be more embarrassing to the GOP than Steve King and Devin Nunes combined.
 

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Ladies and gentlemen, the future of the Republican Party:
"Q is a patriot," Marjorie Taylor Greene said. She called the conspiracy theory "something worth listening to and paying attention to," adding: "He is someone that very much loves his country, and he's on the same page as us, and he is very pro-Trump."

She won the primary in her deep red Georgia district, virtually assuring her a seat in the US House of Representatives despite racist videos, anti-Muslim slurs and believing in nut-bag conspiracy theories.

Less than two months ago, Republican leadership in Washington rejected Greene, calling racist comments she's made "appalling" and "disgusting." House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and other House GOP leaders endorsed Greene's primary opponent, neurosurgeon John Cowan, who called Greene "a circus act" and "crazy."

But just like they did with the credibly accused child molester Roy Moore and Donald Trump, once they won their primaries, the GOP went all in for their nut-bag candidates. McCarthy has already said she'd be welcomed by her House colleagues and given committee assignments just like normal Congress people.

The dissolution of the Republican Party continues.

Republicans win the limbo contest of morality every time.
 

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That Q and Qanon thingy seems to be the liberals' media talking point for Saturday ... 3rd thread today on this board and it's only lunchtime in TN ...

Well you gotta admit that it's an histroic RWNJ accomplishment.:mrgreen: I wonder if she'll investigate Pizza Gate when she gets to congress. From a pure entertainment perspective, this otta be good.:mrgreen:
 

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makes sense. that's the Republican party now. it's sad. i hope that it is replaced with something saner.

I'm hoping at this point that the Republican party implodes. I have great hope that The Lincoln Project will form the basis for The Lincolnist Party, a conservative party of sound principles that has even figured out that tax cuts are not the answer to all of America's problems.
 

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Ladies and gentlemen, the future of the Republican Party:
"Q is a patriot," Marjorie Taylor Greene said. She called the conspiracy theory "something worth listening to and paying attention to," adding: "He is someone that very much loves his country, and he's on the same page as us, and he is very pro-Trump."

She won the primary in her deep red Georgia district, virtually assuring her a seat in the US House of Representatives despite racist videos, anti-Muslim slurs and believing in nut-bag conspiracy theories.

Less than two months ago, Republican leadership in Washington rejected Greene, calling racist comments she's made "appalling" and "disgusting." House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and other House GOP leaders endorsed Greene's primary opponent, neurosurgeon John Cowan, who called Greene "a circus act" and "crazy."

But just like they did with the credibly accused child molester Roy Moore and Donald Trump, once they won their primaries, the GOP went all in for their nut-bag candidates. McCarthy has already said she'd be welcomed by her House colleagues and given committee assignments just like normal Congress people.

The dissolution of the Republican Party continues.

that a Q Anon CT theorist can be elected to a republican ticket might actually reveal the 'strength' of today's GOP
 

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hell, let's face it, we have a lower-case q Anon in the white house today
 

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question is, is if Q is so sure of what he says....why does he hide his identity? If he were a true patriot and revealing truths....he would be up front and public about it...my suspicion is it is some idiot foreign agent that doesn't even live in the US.
 

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I'm hoping at this point that the Republican party implodes. I have great hope that The Lincoln Project will form the basis for The Lincolnist Party, a conservative party of sound principles that has even figured out that tax cuts are not the answer to all of America's problems.

hopefully getting walloped might give that part of the Republican party a leg up.
 

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that a Q Anon CT theorist can be elected to a republican ticket might actually reveal the 'strength' of today's GOP
If the strength to the GOP lies in conspiracy theories I really don't think that's an advantage.
 

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QAnon is all Republicans have left, it allows them to continue to live in the bubble entirely ignoring reality.
 

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Ladies and gentlemen, the future of the Republican Party:
"Q is a patriot," Marjorie Taylor Greene said. She called the conspiracy theory "something worth listening to and paying attention to," adding: "He is someone that very much loves his country, and he's on the same page as us, and he is very pro-Trump."

She won the primary in her deep red Georgia district, virtually assuring her a seat in the US House of Representatives despite racist videos, anti-Muslim slurs and believing in nut-bag conspiracy theories.

Less than two months ago, Republican leadership in Washington rejected Greene, calling racist comments she's made "appalling" and "disgusting." House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and other House GOP leaders endorsed Greene's primary opponent, neurosurgeon John Cowan, who called Greene "a circus act" and "crazy."

But just like they did with the credibly accused child molester Roy Moore and Donald Trump, once they won their primaries, the GOP went all in for their nut-bag candidates. McCarthy has already said she'd be welcomed by her House colleagues and given committee assignments just like normal Congress people.

The dissolution of the Republican Party continues.

Good job Georgia. You are starting to look insane.
 
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