Marjorie Taylor Greene was recently heckled on Thursday at a rally held to show solidarity with President Donald Trump via Newsweek.
It has been noted that the former president was arrested in Georgia after allegedly breaking the law in a bid to overturn the state’s 2020 presidential election result, which he strongly denies. He has accused prosecuting Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis of being overwhelmingly partisan.
Several-dozen Trump supporters showed up outside Fulton County Jail where the former president was detained and had his mugshot taken, before being released on a $200,000 bond.
In his first post on X, formerly Twitter, since being banned from the platform in the aftermath of the January 6, 2021 Capitol Hill riot, Trump said the charges against him are “ELECTION INTERFERENCE,” adding: “NEVER SURRENDER!”
Greene, a pro-Trump House Republican recently was addressing the rally when she was heckled by Laura Loomer, another Trump supporter, with whom she has a tumultuous relationship.
The Georgia Republican said: “The presidential election’s not about a popularity contest. It’s not who you like. It’s about electing the man who will bring back the right policies for our country and help America.”