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Greene Criticizes Media Coverage of Jan. 6th in Heated Speech

via 60 Minutes
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene criticized the mainstream media for their reporting on recent events, pointing out what she sees as a double standard in their coverage of violent episodes.

She also condemned the treatment of those arrested in connection with the January 6th Capitol breach and expressed strong support for former President Trump.

“Let me give you guys a little history lesson, okay?” Greene said. “When President Trump was inaugurated, Antifa and leftist rioters nearly burned down Washington DC. Did you call it an insurrection? No.”

“Did you in the media call it an insurrection? No, you did not!”

“When Joe Biden was inaugurated and this entire Capitol complex was surrounded with 30,000 National Guard troops, none of you stood there and called that an insurrection,” Greene said.

Meanwhile, a federal court ruled that Trump is not immune from prosecution for actions taken while in office, setting the stage for potential legal battles.

“For the purpose of this criminal trial, former President Trump has become citizen Trump, with all of the defenses of any other criminal defendant. But any executive immunity that may have protected him while he served as President no longer protects him against this prosecution,” the three-judge panel stated.

“Matthew Graves, the U.S. attorney at the Department of Justice, is arresting people every single day, throwing them in jail, held them for 22 hours in solitary confinement, unconvicted, shame on you,” Greene said.

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