Marjorie Taylor Greene Swatted Twice in Consecutive Days, 'Trans Activists' Suspected

Nick Kangadis | August 25, 2022
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Leftists, activists and just plain mental defectives are getting out of control when it comes to targeting people with political and societal opinions they don’t like.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) was swatted twice — on two consecutive nights — this week with the callers in both instances allegedly being “trans activist(s),” according to The Post Millennial (TPM).

For context, according to the Cambridge Dictionary, "swatting" is defined as "the action of making a false report of a serious emergency so that a SWAT team (a group of officers trained to deal with dangerous situations) will go to a person's home, by someone who wants to frighten, upset, or cause problems for that person."

During his Wednesday evening episode of the “Timcast IRL” podcast, host Tim Pool noted the trans activist aspect to the story.

“Look, it was a trans activist,” Pool said. “The reporting was they told the police that the reason they did it was because they oppose their position on trans kids, cause Marjorie Taylor Greene recently introduced a bill that would make it a felony to give transgender surgery or medication to children.”

Related: Marjorie Taylor Greene Files Articles of Impeachment Against AG Merrick Garland

The bill in question is called the “Protect Children’s Innocence Act,” according to a tweet on Greene’s account displaying the bill.

Because it’s your tax dollars at work, you can view the summary and info of the bill here.

As for the swattings carried out against Greene, audio of the two separate 911 calls have been made public on TPM’s clips channel on Rumble.


The caller from the first night claimed to be from the “Veterans and Military Service Crisis Line,” while the second caller was from a suicide prevention hotline and stated to the dispatcher that they suspected the call “may possibly be a swatter.”

Greene told political commentator and host Jack Posobiec on “The Charlie Kirk Show” that the initial situation amounts to “political terrorism.”

“It was a scary situation last night, something I never expected and should not have happened,” Greene said. “This was basically political terrorism.”