Marjorie Taylor Greene Minces No Words in Letter to Capitol Police After ‘Ceasefire’ Mob Invades Capitol

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It has been an absolutely wild day on Capitol Hill, to say the least, with a Democrat member of the United States Congress (Hamas Caucus leader Rashida Tlaib) inciting mobs while threatening President Joe Biden, and anti-Israel radicals invading the Cannon House Office Building, disrupting official proceedings and committing vandalism in the process.


Oh, and did I mention that there were other Democrat members of Congress who also joined in on inciting the agitators? Yeah, that happened, too.

In response to all the chaos, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Ga.) minced no words whatsoever in a letter she wrote to the Capitol Police, demanding they preserve all evidence related to what she described as the "insurrection" at the Capitol Wednesday and calling for the insurrectionists to have the book thrown at them:

"I am formally requesting that the United States Capitol Police preserve all video surveillance footage, photographic evidence, police reports, and arrest records from all House Office Buildings on October 18, 2023.  The group that organized the insurrection, Jewish Voice for Peace, is a pro-Islamic anti-Semitic group that seeks the destruction of the state of Israel, according to the Anti-Defamation League.

By launching an insurrection in the Capitol complex, these actors caused elevators to be shut down, staircases and hallways to be blocked, exits to be made inaccessible, and official legislative business to be obstructed, putting Members of Congress, their staffs, and Capitol visitors at risk.

The Committee on House Administration must investigate this incident and review all footage and evidence provided by Capitol Police, and the insurrectionists involved must be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law."


As the invasion was unfolding at the Capitol, Greene did a live video chat from inside the building to show what was going on from her perspective:

As we previously reported, the evidence against the so-called "protesters" from the Jews for Hamas group (whom Tlaib and Rep. Cori Bush whipped into a frenzy earlier) is pretty extensive and includes documented incidents of vandalism, violence, and, as noted earlier, disruption of official proceedings on the Senate side. 

As Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) observed earlier, Joe Biden's Dept. of Justice "should treat this mob of Hamas supporters the same way they treated grandmothers who wandered into the Capitol on January 6."


That won't happen, of course, because with Democrats things are always (D)ifferent, but I wholeheartedly endorse the idea all the same. Your rules, Democrats. Your rules.

Related: Intraparty Heat Intensifies Against AOC's Squad As Chickens Come Home to Roost Over ‘Ceasefire’ Demands


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