Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Explosive Response to Journalist: ‘F*** Off’ Over Silly Question

Marjorie Taylor Greene from Florida explained to the reporter on Super Tuesday what she thought should be the standard method of dealing with media members. She asked Greene whether there were conspiracy theories on the right.

The legislator’s response was classic.

Their exchange reflects the animosity between conservative politicians and the media. It also shows how many journalists are political.

Emily Maitlis is a former BBC senior journalist and now hosts the News Agents podcast. She spoke to Greene at Donald Trump’s Super Tuesday Party in Mar-a-Lago (Florida), when the former President was close to winning the Republican nomination.

Maitlis replied: “Could you tell me why so many people, including yourself, who support Donald Trump love conspiracy theories?”

Greene responded: “Let’s tell you, you are a conspiracist. The left and the media spread more conspiracy theories. ”

Maitlis gave a famous example from the congresswoman’s theories about forest fires. What about Jewish lasers? He asked, “Tell us about Jewish Lasers in Space.”

“No,” Greene said. “Why don’t you go talk about Jewish space lasers and really, why don’t you f**k off? How about that?”

Maitlis thanked Greene before he left.

The left is complaining about Greene’s harsh response but should be more upset with Maitlis’ line of questioning. This exchange occurred during a significant milestone in the 2024 presidential race. Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley backed out of the race.

Maitlis could have asked Greene questions about the election campaign or about what was happening in Congress. Instead, she asked about Jewish Space Lasers — an issue that most people had forgotten about.

Western journalists are not uncommon in this type of behavior. They are primarily committed to pushing a progressive agenda and attacking those who stand in their way.

This issue will only get worse now that Trump is, for all intents and purposes, the Republican presidential nominee. The return of the Orange Man What Is Bad™ is sure to elicit the same level of hysteria as Trump’s first campaign back in 2016, which means members of the once-vaunted Fourth Estate will be doing their level best to attack the former president and anyone aligned with him.

Yes, it’s true the media will be upset but isn’t that part of the appeal for you?