Republican Primary Winner on Nancy Pelosi: 'We’re Going To Kick That B**** Out of Congress'


Marjorie Taylor Greene took a shot at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday after winning a runoff election to take the GOP nomination for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District.

Greene, a businesswoman from northwest Georgia who has been been criticized over various controversial remarks, defeated fellow Republican John Cowan to win the nomination.

Upon declaring victory, she wasted no time in going after Pelosi.

“I just want to say to Nancy Pelosi, she’s a hypocrite, she’s an anti-American, and we’re going to kick that b—- out of Congress,” Greene said in her victory speech.

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Greene shared to Twitter the portion of her victory speech in which she went after Pelosi.

“Nancy Pelosi impeached @realDonaldTrump,” she wrote.

“She put our country through hell with the Russian collusion conspiracy,” Greene continued, adding she sees Pelosi as “a hypocrite” and “anti American.”

Greene also went after members of the GOP after winning the nomination.

She slammed the “GOP establishment, the media, & the radical left,” who she said combined to spend “months & millions of dollars attacking me.

“Tonight the people of Georgia stood up & said that we will not be intimidated or believe those lies.

“I’m excited to be the next Congresswoman of GA 14,” she wrote.

“God bless America.”

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Greene has come under fire for past social media videos which were criticized for allegedly being racist, anti-Semitic and Islamophobic, Fox News reported.

She has also expressed support for the QAnon online conspiracy theory.

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The controversies surrounding her led some big-name Republicans, including House Minority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana, to disavow Greene.

Green replied Tuesday on Twitter to Seth Grossman, the former GOP nominee for New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District, who defended Greene’s videos and said they were not racist.

Green also posted a tweet defending her past remarks:

Moreover, the Republican responded to Business Insider reporter Eliza Relman, who had tweeted that Greene threatened in campaign ads “to shoot protesters with her AR-15.”

“Bless your heart, Eliza. Stop with the Fake News and lying,” she wrote. “Georgians have the right to defend our properties and businesses against ANTIFA terrorists. And my victory party was for my supporters, not for lying Fake News ‘reporters.’”

Despite the controversy surrounding Greene’s victory, she did receive a congratulatory message from President Donald Trump.

“Congratulations to future Republican Star Marjorie Taylor Greene on a big Congressional primary win in Georgia against a very tough and smart opponent. Marjorie is strong on everything and never gives up – a real WINNER!” Trump wrote on Twitter.

In response to the president, Green wrote, “I love America, it’s the greatest country in the world! You inspired me to run and fight to Save America and Stop Socialism!!”

“No one will fight harder than me!!” she added.

The New York Times reported Greene won the runoff with 57.2 percent of the vote compared to Cowan’s 42.8 percent.

In a shot at Greene, The Times wrote that the Georgia GOP nominee believes “in a ‘deep state’ of child-molesting Satanist traitors.”

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Johnathan Jones has worked as a reporter, an editor, and producer in radio, television and digital media.
Johnathan "Kipp" Jones has worked as an editor and producer in radio and television. He is a proud husband and father.