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Marjorie Taylor Green lied on the witness stand, opponents argue

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (D-GA) provided “explicit false testimonies” on stand at a hearing intended to determine whether her re-election was campaign unconstitutional, lawyers for her opponents said in Friday Trial.

Green is the target small group of voters in her district, which lies outside of Atlanta who say she broke the law of 14th amendment, protecting for insurrection on January 6, 2021 Voters are represented by Freedom of Speech. for People, non-profit organization group which promotes fair elections.

Behind more than three hours on On April 22, the extremist congresswoman largely dodged questions from lawyers who asked about her. past statements that provide little or no evidence to contradict the claims against her.

Green has repeatedly and falsely told her supporters that Donald Trump won 2020 presidential election instead of Joe Biden and encouraged them to get involved in efforts to overthrow the results, which ended in in deadly attack on Capitol.

Some of Green’s comments were in videos or messages that have since been removed from social media; she refused to recognize the legitimacy of videos shown to her in court.

“She hid behind her supposed disadvantage of memory, incredibly claiming during her testimony that she can’t answer at least 80 of The applicants’ questions because she did not “remember” or could not “remember,” Green said in a statement. opponents.

On the picture on day of her oathin ceremony on January 3, 2021 Marjorie Taylor Green tries to put on face the inscription on the mask: “TRUMP WON”. Trump had in fact, lost. (Photo: Caroline Breman via getty images)

On the picture on day of her oathin ceremony on January 3, 2021 Marjorie Taylor Green tries to put on face the inscription on the mask: “TRUMP WON”. Trump had in fact, lost. (Photo: Caroline Breman via getty images)

The lawyers argued in their registration, that’s all Greene said on rack should considered untrustworthy.

At that time of her interrogation, Greene said she had no memory of talking to Trump or the head of the White House of Staff Mark Meadows on Opportunity of declaring martial law to provide Trump second term. However, a few days later, CNN released a text message from Green. on exactly this topic.

“In our private chat with only members,” Greene reportedly texted Meadows, “several say the only ones way save our republic for Trump to call for Marshall Law. I do not know on those things. I just wanted you tell him.

“Whatever Green means when he says, ‘I don’t know on these things, she made clear That’s her ‘wanted [the Chief of Staff] to tell [the President]“this idea,” the lawyers said. in their submissions.

“Her failure remember it last suffocate of uprising – no more more believable than her other lost memories,” it said.

At another point during her testimony, Green was asked about an interview she gave in October 2020 in which she told a man in T-shirt “1776”, which, if anyone takes away your “freedoms”, you must get them back “with in price of blood.”

It is noteworthy that Green denied in her testimony of what freedom implies should get ‘with in price of blood” was call for violence,” the statement said.

Indeed, Green argued on a position she never defended for violence.

Georgia State Judge Charles Baudreau is expected to make a recommendation. on whether green is constitutional qualified to run for re-election in coming days. Republican of Georgia secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger ― who fought back against Trump’s election lies will make ultimate definition.

This article originally appeared on HuffPost and was updated.

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