Marjorie Taylor Greene: I Don’t Believe In Evolution, That Type Of So-Called 'Science'

Conspiracy Theory MP Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) Likely didn't shock anyone with her latest anti-evolution statement on science.
"I don't believe in evolution," said the QAnon supporter this week on his Real America's Voice podcast, former Trump White House strategist Steve Bannon.
“I don't believe in this kind of so-called science. I don't believe in evolution. I believe in God, ”Greene continued, gesturing with air quotes during a discussion about the possible origin of the coronavirus. According to a 2019 poll, an estimated 40% of Americans believe that God created man as described in the Bible.
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Greene has become a GOP celebrity for peddling racist and anti-Semitic conspiracies, including a claim about Jewish space lasers starting wildfires in California. She was removed from her duties in the House of Representatives in February after liking social media posts calling for prominent Democrats to be executed.
Last month she compared house mask mandates to the Holocaust.
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