QAnon Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene rips Biden over National Guard in garage & asks 'would you do that to Hunter?'

MARJORIE Taylor Greene has blasted President Joe Biden after pictures emerged of National Guard troops sleeping in a parking lot.

The QAnon representative slammed Biden for treating the soldiers "worse than dogs" and asked if he would treat his son, Hunter, in the same way.

Fury erupted after pictures went viral on social media showing thousands of troops sleeping on the floor of a garage or up against a pillar after protecting the Capitol for Biden's inauguration.

Conditions for the troops protecting the nation were grim, with one bathroom shared between 5,000 troops, one plug socket, and no internet access.

Both Republicans and Democrats were outraged at the sight of troops sleeping on a cold floor, and demanded answers. 

Greene, a pro-Trump representative who was elected to Congress despite supporting wild QAnon theories that the government is run by a "deep state" of Satanist pedophiles, slammed Biden and Nancy Pelosi.

The Georgia congresswoman wrote: "@JoeBiden how dare you force our great men and women in the National Guard to sleep on the concrete in a cold parking garage last night!

"You and @SpeakerPelosi brought them here for your state military take over and treat them worse than dogs.

"Would you do that to Hunter?"

The Republican congresswoman added: "Our great men and women in uniform should not be treated this way."

Responding to a post from Congressman Bill Keating, Greene fumed: "Are you so grateful to our NG that you had them thrown out and forced them to sleep on concrete in a cold parking garage bc you saw 1 not wearing a mask?

"@SpeakerPelosi & all you Dems don’t care about masks. You all brought in #COVID19 positive Members in to vote!"

Following the outcry, troops were moved out of the garage last night and ordered to return to the Capitol. 

Senator Tammy Duckworth said police had apologized to the soldiers and that they were all "out of the garage". 

It comes amid calls for Greene to quit after fueling conspiracy theories that the Parkland school shooting never happened.

Relatives of the victims who died in the Valentine’s Day shooting in 2018 have called for Greene's resignation after spreading theories that the massacre was staged. 

The horrific shooting resulted in the deaths of 17 pupils and teacher at Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida after a lone gunman opened fire. 

The congresswoman’s shocking remarks came to light this week when Media Matters for America unearthed a number of 2018 Facebook posts by the representative. 

Greene also made bizarre claims that Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi "orchestrated" other school shootings in a Facebook post. 

In 2018, Greene posted: "I am told that Nancy Pelosi tells Hillary Clinton several times a month that 'we need another school shooting' in order to persuade the public to want strict gun control."

She was suspended from Twitter for 12 hours last week after calling Trump supporters to "mobilize" in the wake of the US Capitol riots.  

As soon as the ban was lifted, she returned to the platform to slam the company and other tech giants for playing "God."

Meanwhile, Greene filed articles of impeachment against Biden yesterday.

She said Biden was "unfit" for office and "will do whatever it takes to bail out" his son Hunter. 

Former President Trump made Hunter Biden’s business dealings in China and Ukraine a line of attack against Biden during the 2020 election campaign – but Hunter Biden has denied any wrongdoing.

QAnon is an unfounded conspiracy theory that claims Trump was fighting a "deep state" network of political, entertainment, business and media elites.

Dark sub-theories have spun off from these claims, some involving Satanic and pedophiles plots.

Following Trump's fall from power, a respected religion expert warned devastated QAnon followers could start a new religion.

The expert said it is one possibility after Biden's inauguration confounded their predictions that Trump would remain president to fight the "deep state".

Since the election in November, QAnon followers had been promoting Biden’s inauguration as a day of reckoning, when prominent Democrats and other elite would be arrested and executed on the orders of President Trump.

Yet as Biden took his oath and no one was arrested.

Writing in the Daily Beast, professor Candida Moss said a new religion could rise from the ashes of QAnon.

The Professor of Theology at the University of Birmingham said: "Now that Biden is actually president and QAnon predictions about Trump’s continuing hold on power have failed to come to fruition, it would seem logical that they would pack up shop and admit that they were wrong. 

"But if history has taught us anything it is that failed prophecies and frustrated predictions don’t always mark the beginning of the end for radical social movements."

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