Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
(R-GA), who supports conspiracy
theories, probably surprised no one with her latest anti-evolution stance on science
“I don’t believe in evolution,” the QAnon
adherent said on this week’s “Real America’s Voice” podcast with former Trump White House
strategist Steve Bannon
“I don’t believe in that type of so-called science. I don’t believe in evolution. I believe in God,” Greene continued during a discussion about the possible origin of the coronavirus
. According to a 2019 poll, an estimated 40% of Americans believe God created humans as described in the Bible.
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Greene has become a GOP
celebrity for peddling racist
and antisemitic conspiracy theories, including one about Jewish space
lasers causing wildfires
. She was demoted from her House committee assignments in February after liking social media
posts calling for the execution of prominent Democrats
She compared House mask mandates to the Holocaust
just a few months ago.
Thanks to Raw Story for the heads up.