Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Recalls The First Exchange She Had With Speaker Pelosi In The Capitol

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While appearing on Monday’s airing of Greg Kelly Reports, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) recalled the first time she had an interaction with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

“Have you ever met Nancy Pelosi? Have you ever had a conversation with her?” Greg Kelly asked.

Rep. Greene responded as follows:

“I’ve had a few little interchanges. The first one was she told me to put on my mask and I told her, ‘Well, you know what? You brought COVID here into the Capitol, into the chamber.’

“And she built a little COVID box up there in the corner for her positive COVID members to come in and vote for her as Speaker.

“So Nancy Pelosi doesn’t care about COVID. She cares about power.” Video Below


Check out Rep. Greene’s full interview:

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