MTG goes nuclear during Election Integrity Caucus: ‘There was blatant, outright fraud’ in 2020

by Preston Parra

Op-ed by Preston Parra | Photo: Alamy

The mainstream media has ostracized many on the right for objecting to the legitimacy of the 2020 elections, labeling them as conspiracy theorists.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., has been one of the topic critics of the election fraud that took place in 2020.

On Wednesday, Greene took to Twitter to share an interaction she had with her own state’s election authorities, specifically Gabe Sterling. Sterling was contracted by the state of Georgia, specifically, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, to oversee any election errors as the office’s chief operating officer.

Following the 2020 election, both Raffensperger and Sterling were at the center of scrutiny regarding many of the issues Georgia voters experienced when trying to cast their ballots. Then-President Donald Trump called on state leaders in Georgia to re-evaluate the election due to the highly improbable outcome but was turned down every time.

In a recent meeting of the Election Integrity Caucus, Greene was invited to be a panelist. However, Gabe Sterling received the invite as well. The two immediately sparred over the management of Georgia voting standards.

Greene quickly went nuclear on Sterling, commenting that his presence on the panel was an “insult” to the caucus’s mission of election integrity itself.

Greene added that Sterling did a “horrific” job for the state of Georgia and called the numerous cases of ballot mishandling a “catastrophe.”

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