QANON Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene has mocked Joe Biden's call for harsher gun laws on the anniversary of the Parkland massacre.
The pro-Trump Congresswoman mocked the President and said that he "clearly believes in good guys with guns."
President Biden called for tougher gun laws on the anniversary of the Parkland school shooting massacre that left 17 dead, insisting the “time to act is now.”
He said: “In seconds, the lives of dozens of families, and the life of an American community, were changed forever.
"We owe it to all those we’ve lost and to all those left behind to grieve to make a change. The time to act is now."
But the President's calls have been mocked by QAnon representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, who pointed out Biden's hypocrisy as he had "armed guards at his inauguration."
The pro-Donald Trump Congresswoman wrote on Twitter: "Joe Biden had 30,000 armed guards at his inauguration, he clearly believes in good guys with guns.
"The best way to prevent school shootings is to repeal all gun free school zones and protect our kids like he protects himself. Fix it."
The tweet has been liked nearly 13,000 times, with almost 3,500 retweets.
Biden’s plea comes three years after a former student, Nikolas Cruz, opened fire with an AR-15 rifle at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
The gunman killed 14 students and three members of staff, as well as leaving 17 others wounded.
As well as calling for background checks and an assault-weapons ban, Biden also pushed for lawmakers to hold gun manufacturers liable for the role their weapons play in violence.
Marjorie Taylor Greene also claimed Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg is trained “like a dog” in a resurfaced interview as Democratic lawmakers prepare to remove her from committees.
In the 2019 interview with then-Georgia Gun Owners executive director Patrick Parsons, Greene spoke about following Hogg around Capitol Hill.
“So he is very trained, he's like a dog, he's completely trained,” Greene said of Hogg in the video found by NBC News on Tuesday.
Greene told Parsons, who is now her chief of staff, that Hogg “only talks when he’s scripted.”
'GOOD GUYS WITH GUNS'
The Republican representative who pushes multiple conspiracy theories said that a “gaggle of girls” and female “handlers” in the 20s and 30s were following Hogg around Capitol Hill.
Greene was talking about a video in which she trailed Hogg and called him a “coward” and asked him if he understood that his classmates would have died if the guard at the Parkland school was not armed.
In the 2019 interview, Greene also claimed that Hogg was brainwashing his female followers.
“Here they are, they are so naive and they are being so brainwashed into fighting to take away something that protects them as women,” the Georgia representative said, referring to firearms.
“I was heartbroken, literally heartbroken. I'm so thankful for my Second Amendment rights.”
Last week, Greene was given seats on the House Education and Labor Committee and the House Budget Committee.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy that Republicans must remove Greene or Democrats will take up the matter during the House Rules Committee meeting on Wednesday.
Greene has said that the Parkland massacre, in which 17 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students died, was a “false flag planned shooting.”
She also previously indicated support for the QAnon conspiracy theory that claims that Trump was fighting a “deep state” network of elites in politics, entertainment, business and the media.
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