Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene: ‘Today and everyday is 1776’

by Summer Lane

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As Democrats and political opponents of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., attempt to remove her from the upcoming November ballot, she wrote on Twitter Saturday to remind Americans that the spirit of freedom is alive and well.

“Today and everyday is 1776,” she stated.

On Friday, Rep. Greene faced off with petitioners attempting to remove her name from the November ballot because of her alleged “involvement” with the media-labeled “insurrection” at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., has been present during the court proceedings and posted on Twitter that on Friday afternoon, the petitioner tried to get Rep. Greene to accept that “any reference to 1776 is a call to violence. [Rep. Greene] points out that 1776 is on the state seal hanging in the courtroom. Judge laughs.”

Rep. Greene’s Twitter comments on Saturday referred to this incident, expanding further: “Today and everyday is 1776. Never give up your freedoms. Never let the left steal them away. Be a watchman on the wall and stay on guard every single second of every single day because the left will stop at nothing until they destroy our faith, our families, and our freedoms.”

Additionally, the House Freedom Caucus released an official statement in response to the legal effort seeking to disqualify Greene for reelection to Congress, calling it a “desperate” move and a “farcical plot.”

They added, “Furthermore, the determination to force Rep. Greene to testify before the press and be broadcast live exposes this attempt for the partisan circus it is.”

However, Rep. Gaetz indicated in an exclusive video shared with RSBN that Rep. Greene will likely walk away from this lawsuit victorious. “I expect her to win, just as she always does,” he stated.

The court has not decided whether or not Rep. Greene will remain on the ballot for reelection.

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