Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Speaks Out Against ‘Political Persecution’ of Alex Jones
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is speaking out in opposition to a recent court decision to make Infowars host Alex Jones pay for using his free speech in ways that are not approved by the regime.
Jones is on the hook for tens of millions of dollars for sharing conspiracy theories about the Sandy Hook shooting. He was trotted out before a show trial where the leftist operative judge declared his guilt to the jury. Greene believes this is wrong and sets a bad precedent for free speech.
“You wanna know something? Somebody like Alex Jones – who did say some things…” Greene said during a panel at CPAC Texas.
“But yet he is being politically persecuted right now and being forced to pay out millions and millions of dollars.. And no one agrees with what he said, but what we’re tired of is the political persecution,” she continued.
“I’d like to know when the Democrats and the liars in the media and the people that canceled all of you and me on big tech – when are they going to pay all of us millions of dollars?” Greene added.
Her comments can be seen here:
Greene: I’d like to know when the Democrats and the liars in the media.. when are they going to pay us millions of dollars? pic.twitter.com/5wU8bs6r6B
— Acyn (@Acyn) August 5, 2022
In another tweet, Greene gave props to Jones for calling out the Clintons and their deep ties to deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein:
I’m going to text my friend Alex Jones how much I, along with countless millions of people, are proud of him for that answer.
Yes we all want to know what the relationship was with the Clintons, Jeffrey Epstein, and whoever else, and pedophilia.
The Epstein Select Committee.. https://t.co/m40s3d16HH
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) August 5, 2022
Big League Politics has reported on the oppression endured by Jones as many of his “conspiracy theories” become the undeniable reality:
“After the recent controversy involving former White House Strategist for President Trump, Steve Bannon, the dreaded January 6th Committee is back and reaping for more. Bannon, who was indicted for Contempt of Congress after he failed to show up to a hearing after being subpoenaed by the committee Big League Politics has previously reported on reactions to Bannon’s indictment and an overall Democrat takeover over the government.