Marjorie Taylor Greene

U.S. Representative from Georgia

Put up a sign denying the existence of transgender people, directly across the hall from a congressional colleague who has a transgender child. The sign read: “There are TWO genders: MALE & FEMALE. Trust The Science!” Greene then tweeted: “Our neighbor, @RepMarieNewman, wants to pass the so-called ‘Equality’ Act to destroy women's rights and religious freedoms. Thought we'd put up ours so she can look at it every time she opens her door.”

Tweeted that a parent discussing gender identity with a child is “child abuse. Denying God’s creation, that He made us male and female, in HIS image, and causing a little one to stumble in this way is completely evil. Parenting is a great responsibility & gift, don’t do this.”

Spoke on House floor "in defense of women, girls and children" to refute need for the Equality Act, which would bar discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation and gender identity.

Responded to a congressional colleague's tweet about the importance of the Equality Act for transgender individuals such as her daughter: “Your biological son does NOT belong in my daughters’ bathrooms, locker rooms and sports teams.” 

Cosponsored the Old Glory Only Act, which would ban flying the Pride flag at U.S. embassies.

Cosponsored the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act, a bill that would bar transgender girls and women from participating in women’s sports. In an interview where she misgendered trans girls, Greene said her political opponents “don’t want conservative speech. They don’t want conservative values, because they want to convince you there is no gender. They want to erase and attack God’s creation, that there’s male and female, and he created them in his image.… Boys do not belong in girls’ and women’s sports.”

Posted on Facebook about a drag queen story time event at a library: “Trans does not mean gender change, it just means a gender refusal and gender pretending! Truth is truth, it is not a choice!!!”

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