Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., said Monday night that she was “attacked” by an “insane woman” at a restaurant and yelled at by the woman’s son over her political stances.
The congresswoman claimed that the incident was caused by a disagreement over political views. She said that the mother-son pair did not respect each other’s opinions.
Greene tweeted, “They had no respect for the restaurant or the staff nor other diners or people like me with different political views” and that “they are self-righteous, insane and totally out of control.”
Greene claimed that she was working at a table with staffers when she first saw the mother and child until they “turned into monsters.”
She claimed that she was at her desk working with her staff and didn’t notice them until they became a demon.
In past times, threats were made to the Republican firebrand.
Federal authorities announced earlier this month that a New Yorker had pleaded guilty to making threatening calls to Greene’s Washington, D.C. office.
Joseph F. Morelli (51) admitted that the voicemails he left in March 2022 were addressed to Greene.
“I’m about to take your life …” “You will get hurt.”
Greene’s Office did not immediately respond to Monday’s alleged attack.