Marjorie Taylor Greene, QAnon supporter, wins House seat in Georgia

Marjorie Taylor Greene Republican nominee for Georgia's 14th Congressional District speaks during a campaign event with Sen. Kelly Loeffler

Greene's win is a startling moment of legitimacy for the risky conspiracy, though it wasn't unexpected: her Democratic opponent dropped out of the race for personal reasons in September, clearing her path to the House seat. Trump also helped her campaign, endorsing her campaign, inviting Boebert to the White House when he accepted the Republican nomination, and holding a short telerally with Boebert in October.

According to The Daily Beast, in 2018, Greene posted frequently about the right-wing conspiracies, which push the idea that there is a cabal of politicians and celebrities that abuse children and drink their blood to stay young. The FBI identified QAnon as a potential inspiration for "conspiracy theory-driven domestic extremists" past year.

Republican candidate for Georgia's 14th congressional seat Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks from the bed of a pickup truck during a campaign rally Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, in Roswell, Ga. Kelly Loeffler have embraced her.

In 2017, she said that "Q is a patriot", referring to the supposed secret whistle-blower of QAnon who is working from inside the Trump administration to reveal the deep state's network of paedophiles and power brokers.

Greene, CNN reported, supported the conspiracy that George Soros, a Holocaust survivor, collaborated with Nazis.

Outside groups began attacking her late last year over her votes to impeach Trump, though Bice and Republicans ignored the impeachment issue and focused their firepower on Pelosi and a handful of votes Horn took last year to ban oil and gas drilling offshore and in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Greene has also espoused September 11 "truther" theories and criticized the use of masks, a scientifically-supported measure that reduces transmission of the novel coronavirus. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and Rashida Tlaib, telling "strong conservative Christians to go on the offense against these socialists who want to rip our country apart".

Loomer said she is a loyal supporter of the president, and she is fighting censorship, free speech and First Amendment rights of all Americans.

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