Marjorie Taylor Greene Complains to the Pentagon a Guam Army Unit ‘Ambushed’ Her Congressional Workplace

US Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), in a letter to two senior Pentagon officials, including the Secretary of Defense and the Guam National Guard, accused of “raiding” their congressional office and videotaping their staff “without solicitation or consent.”

Greene’s remarks are part of a letter full of complaints, including that President Joe Biden allegedly participated in a “mass occupation of Washington, DC” and that a Pentagon spokesman criticized Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who last week was women vilified those in the military.

Also last week, Greene claimed Guam was a foreign country and urged the US to stop sending money.

For more than 120 years, since 1899, Guam has been part of the United States of America.

Delegate Michael San Nicolas, Guam’s representative to the US House of Representatives, visited Congressman Greene’s office on Monday with a few dozen members of the Guam National Guard to bring their biscuits, presumably to educate the Georgia Republican about the people of Guam are just as American as she is.

Although she wasn’t in the office, it was her legislative director, thanking San Nicolas and the guard for the cookies.

Guam Rep. Michael FQ San Nicolas and members of the Guam National Guard visited Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s office after mistakenly designating US territory as a foreign country.

– The Hill (@thehill) March 15, 2021

But it didn’t go down well with Greene, who accused the Democrats of “disrespecting our military” and “using them as political theater and drama on Capitol Hill.”

It is time for our great men and women in the National Guard to go home and be with their families.

The Democrats must stop using it as political theater and drama on Capitol Hill.

Shame on Democrats who don’t respect our military.

– Marjorie Taylor Greene (@mtgreenee) March 16, 2021

Del. San Nicolas said he gave the guardsmen a tour and “spread goodwill”.

Guam Del. Michael San Nicolas on visiting Marjorie Taylor Greene’s office with members of the National Guard: “There was absolutely no malice and no politicization.”

– The Hill (@thehill) March 16, 2021

National Guard members are still in DC because of Greene’s QAnon and other far-right supporters who stormed the Capitol on January 6th and threatened violence again on March 4th.

In her letter to Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, she demands that all National Guard units be sent home.

Marjorie Taylor Greene accuses Guam Del. Michael San Nicolas, in a letter to the Pentagon, said “leading more than two dozen National Guard troops to raid my office unannounced” and said it was part of a “worrying trend.”

– Andrew Solender (@AndrewSolender) March 16, 2021

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