Marjorie Greene demands to release all January 6 prisoners because US recognized Taliban as Afghanistan government
The Taliban terrorist group, banned in all countries around the globe, staged a military coup in Afghanistan, while frightened Americans simply fled the country, leaving millions of firearms, ammunition and military equipment in the hands of terrorists.
Against the backdrop of these events, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has demanded that the current justice system and the US government, which is negotiating with the terrorists, release political prisoners accused of capitol seizure, since the coup did not happen and Biden is still in office.
"There were 5,000 terrorist prisoners released. Set free," Greene said before comparing the Afghan prisoners to people who attacked the U.S. Capitol.
"Here are my thoughts," she continued. "Here we have people being held in prison that were at the Capitol on Jan. 6. They're being treated like political prisoners of war but yet we have President Biden and Kamala Harris -- don't forget her, hold her accountable -- and this entire administration that allowed terrorists that will chop your head off, throw gay people off of buildings, that they will cover women in burkas and shove them in homes and treat them like slaves never to be seen from again."
At the end of the interview, Greene struck at Biden's immigration policy, who intends to bring in even more refugees to the United States from victim countries in which American soldiers have fought for decades.
"You can stop it and make a difference and then we don't have to see some old man on television leaving Americans over there in some horrid country like Afghanistan," she opined. "And we don't have to hear about refugees being brought into our country leading to the likeness of Ilhan Omar becoming members of Congress one day."