BREAKING NEWS: Marjorie Taylor Greene swatted a SECOND time in two days

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Yesterday it was reported that Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene’s house was ‘swatted’ on Wednesday morning in the early hours, according to her.

Representative Greene lives in Rome, Georgia, and represents the 14th congressional district.

In a tweet shortly before 9 a.m., the Trump ally thanked her local police department and promised to provide more details as soon as possible.

‘Last night, I was swatted just after 1 am. I can’t express enough gratitude to my local law enforcement here in Rome, Floyd County. More details to come,’ Greene wrote on Twitter.

Greene’s office told reporters that a ‘political attack’ was carried out on her home.

Greene said that someone had falsely reported a murder at her house and called the police.

The home of Greene in Rome, Georgia was ‘swatted’ for the second straight time on Thursday, police said.

Greene again posted on Twitter.

In the prank call, the caller threatened to shoot police if they came to the door, telling them he just killed his family with a gun.

Swatting is when someone falsely calls 911 to their home in order to get police officers or other first responders to swarm that home.

A police report obtained by indicates officers responded to an apparent suicide hotline call shortly before 3 am on Thursday.

In response to the officers’ arrival, Greene herself answered the door, and they explained their purpose.

According to the police report, the caller identified himself as ‘Wayne Greene’ but ‘came in as though it was from a suicide crisis center but it was not through a phone, it was from an internet chat.’

“The person told officers that they ‘came out as transgender and claimed they shot the family’ and threatened that ‘if anyone tried to stop me from shooting myself, I will shoot them,'” The Daily Mail reported.

Rome’s police department said they are working with the US Capitol Police to investigate the issue.

It’s not clear if this incident is linked to the first.

It comes after Greene’s home was ‘swatted’ in the early hours of Wednesday morning, according to local police and the congresswoman herself.

The Rome Police Department said officers ‘responded to a 911 call reference to a subject being shot multiple times at an address within the city limits.’

The police report obtained by specifies that the person said a man had been shot and that a woman and children could still be in the home.

The person who called was apparently angry over Greene’s stance on transgender Americans.

Police said the first of two 911 calls on Wednesday night led them to discover ‘this was the home of Marjorie Taylor Greene.’

‘She assured the officers there was no issue and the call was determined to be a false call commonly known as “swatting,”‘ the statement reads.

It continues on to say officers ‘received a second call from the suspect who was using a computer generated voice stating that he/she was upset about Mrs. Greene’s political view on transgender youth rights.’

The accompanying police report states that the person told officers they were linked to a website ‘that supports cyberstalking.’

It also suggests that the person is local to Richmond, Virginia.

After the FBI searched Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate unannounced in recent weeks, Greene has led GOP criticism of federal law enforcement.

In the early hours of August 8, the FBI executed a search warrant on the Palm Beach mansion in an operation linked to classified documents sought by the National Archives.

Greene and Rep. Elise Stefanik, one of Trump’s allies, blasted the raid for weaponizing the Justice Department and demanded that Merrick Garland and Christopher Wray face consequences.

After posting about the swatting, Greene followed up with demands on vaccine mandates.

“There will be accountability and people should go to jail. Repeal ALL vaccine mandates immediately. Investigate ALL VAERS reports. Strip away liability protection. Restore ALL accounts canceled for trying to tell the truth, including mine.”

Steve Bannon endorsed Greene this week during a segment on his War Room show.

Steve Bannon, the host of the popular War Room program, made an exciting announcement Sunday night that makes plain the direction he has to set Washington DC on its ear after the November mid-term elections.

It is expected that Republicans will re-take the US House of Representatives in a historic upset of the radical Democrats’ plans to reshape the United States of America. Bannon wants to see some action after that. His action plan is called the America First agenda.

Bannon’s personal endorsement of Greene as a strong advocate for the American First agenda will command interest from many people around the country, and Democrats are highly concerned about the power of Bannon backing Greene.

The media took note right away.

“Steve Bannon Endorses Marjorie Taylor Greene for Speaker of the House at Mike Lindell’s Moment of Truth Summit in Springfield, MO,” Jim Hoft wrote for the Gateway Pundit.


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