Marjorie Taylor Greene defends Alex Jones at CPAC

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Marjorie Taylor Greene defends Alex Jones at CPAC

Kate Scanlon

August 05, 07:39 PM August 05, 07:45 PM

DALLAS — Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) defended Alex Jones at the Conservative Political Motion Convention on Friday, the exact same day he was ordered to fork out $45.2 million in punitive damages to the dad and mom of a victim of the 2012 mass taking pictures at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Greene, who has been suspended from Twitter, claimed social media firms are seeking to silence individuals on the Appropriate, citing Jones as proof of Major Tech’s ideological crackdown.


“Somebody like Alex Jones, who did say some matters but nevertheless he is currently being politically persecuted appropriate now and remaining compelled to shell out out thousands and thousands and tens of millions of bucks, and no one agrees with what he reported, but what we’re weary of is the political persecution,” she mentioned throughout an onstage job interview.

Greene questioned when she and other folks who have been “canceled” on social media will be compensated tens of millions of pounds.

The damages, which ended up declared right after Greene’s comments, might be decreased by the judge and stick to the jury awarding the parents of 6-12 months-aged Jesse Lewis, who died through the shooting, $4.1 million in compensatory damages from Jones. The mothers and fathers stated they confronted death threats and other harassment tied to Jones’s statements that the capturing was a hoax, reviews he afterwards retracted.

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The InfoWars host, who faces other comparable defamation lawsuits from Sandy Hook households, has tried using to conceal evidence of his personal and business prosperity, lawyers for the Sandy Hook families suing Jones claimed.

Greene was locked out of her Twitter account quite a few moments just after the social media huge observed she was spreading misinformation about COVID-19 and the 2020 election. After her fifth strike, she was permanently suspended, a selection she appealed in April.

CPAC Texas commenced Thursday and is established to conclusion Sunday. The conference has featured speeches from Ohio Senate prospect J.D. Vance, Sen. Ted Cruz (TX), and other high-profile figures in the GOP.

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