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Again on Twitter, Marjorie Taylor Greene ramps-up rhetoric

That didn’t take lengthy.

Freshly reinistated on Twitter, far-right wing Georgia consultant Marjorie Taylor Greene launched an assault on California state senator Scott Weiner that invoked inflammatory verbiage equating homosexuality to pedophilia — and referred to as the Democratic lawmaker a communist for good measure.

The backwards and forwards began when Weiner, condemning a mass capturing at a gay-friendly nightclub in Colorado, tweeted that calling homosexual individuals groomers — as many conservatives do — places a goal on the backs of consenting adults who are usually not heterosexual.

“The phrase ‘groomer’ is categorically an anti-LGBTQ hate phrase,” Wiener tweeted Sunday. “It’s tremendous homophobic/transphobic. It performs into the slander that LGBTQ persons are pedophiles. It’s no totally different than calling somebody a fagg*t. In case you name somebody groomer, you’re inciting violence in opposition to LGBTQ individuals.”

On Tuesday, Greene referenced Wiener’s tweet in help of a invoice she’s attempting to cross by means of congress.

“Go my Shield Kids’s Innocence Act to cease communist groomers like this from utilizing state authorities energy to take youngsters away from their dad and mom to permit a for-profit medical trade to cut off these confused youngsters’s genitals earlier than they’re even sufficiently old to vote,” she wrote.

Greene was stripped of her committee assignments in 2021 after video surfaced of her harassing a survivor of a Florida faculty capturing that left 17 individuals useless. She thought the bloodbath was a hoax to drum-up help for gun management laws.

The conspiracy spreading congresswoman was banned from Twitter in January 2022. Her account was reinstated Monday because the platform’s new proprietor, billionaire Elon Musk, strikes ahead with plans to make Twitter much less restrained.

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