Republican Congresswoman Faces Backlash For Spreading False News

Republican Congresswoman, Marjorie Taylor Greene is under immense scrutiny and is being severely criticized for agreeing that the Parkland school shooting was all a setup and is under fire for spreading false conspiracy theories.

Earlier, a Republican Congressman was investigated for trying to enter the House of Representatives whilst carrying a concealed weapon.

The public is outraged and protesting over the matter, demanding that Greene step down from her position and apologize for hurting the sentiments of the people and those who have lost their loved ones in that tragic accident.

The Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida where seventeen students were killed was a major incident that shook the country and action was taken against holding firearms and ammunition.

The public is outraged and protesting over the matter, demanding that Greene step down from her position and apologize for hurting the sentiments of the people and those who have lost their loved ones in that tragic accident.

Fred Guttenberg whose 14-year-old daughter died in the massacre expressed anger stating that the state’s gun laws are irrelevant to your allegations. This woman should be removed from office and be prepared to meet me and answer my questions.

Screenshots from a Facebook account show a discussion about how a policeman delayed entering into the building and claimed “the mass shooting was a false flag planned shooting” to which Greene replied, “Exactly”.

Later on, the posts were reported and taken down from the social media site.

The news was first circulated by a media house called Media Matters for America whom Greene called fake and stated that it was spreading lies about her.

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