Marjorie Taylor Greene has received a lot of clap back after a misinformed comment about Guam. Now, the island territory has spoken out in the best way...
Marjorie Taylor Greene is no stranger to controversy...
But her latest move might be her worst yet...
She hit headlines earlier this year with a brutal statement against the Equality Act.
It left people outraged...
But her latest move has sent more shockwaves than ever.
She made some bizarre comments about Guam - and now the country has hit back.
Marjorie Taylor Greene is a republican politician currently serving as a U.S. representative for Georgia's 14th congressional district.
Greene was elected to Congress in November 2020 and then sworn into office in January 2021.
A business woman and politician, Green is also a conspiracy theorist.
Having previously supported theories such as QAnon.
And it's her beliefs in conspiracy theories, that have played a part in leading her to here...
Being stripped from committees.
While running for her nomination last year, Greene drew attention as a result of her online activity.
Post were found tying her to QAnon and other conspiracy theories, as well as comments vilifying Muslims and other groups.
Online posts also included remarks casting doubt on who was responsible for mass shootings and condoning violence against Democratic leaders.
One surfaced even questioning whether a plane crashed into the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001.
And now she's back at it again...
By falsely claiming Guam is a foreign country.
The comment comes from the Conservative Political Action Conference in Florida in late February that surfaced on Tuesday.
Greene said, "I'm a regular person. And I wanted to take my regular-person, normal, everyday American values, which is, we love our country. We believe our hard-earned tax dollars should just go for America, not for what? China, Russia, the Middle East, Guam, whatever, wherever."
And Michael San Nicolas, Guam's delegate in the House, has hit back.
"Congresswoman Greene is a new member, and we will be paying a visit to her and delivering delicious Chamorro Chip Cookies as part of our ongoing outreach to new members to introduce them to our wonderful island of Guam."
"We would be more than happy to send Representative Greene's office a copy of 'Destiny's Landfall: A History of Guam,'" Krystal Paco-San Agustin, the director of communications for the governor, agreed.
FYI, Guam, an island in the Pacific Ocean, has been a US territory since 1898.
Its residents are US citizens.
Although they cannot vote in the election or congress - though we bet they wouldn't be backing Greene!