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‘She Is A Nazi’ Is Trending On Twitter After Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green Urges GOP To Embrace ‘American Nationalism’

Democrats deflect its party’s legacy of secession, segregation and socialism by charging every Republican lawmaker with racism ad infinitum.

According to the Cambridge Dictionary, “nationalism” is defined as “a nation’s wish and attempt to be politically independent” or “a great or too great love of your own country.”

Yet, the left has hijacked the term along with the rainbow, pronouns and “patriotism” as woke culture attempts to invert reality and equates “nationalism” with Nazism.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene urged the Republican party to prioritize promoting “American nationalism” and “Christian nationalism” ahead of the next election amid the implementation of a globalist agenda under the Biden administration.

“We need to be the party of nationalism and I’m a Christian, and I say it proudly, we should be Christian nationalists,” she said in an interview with the conservative Next News Network while attending the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit in Florida.

 

Reporter @TaylerUSA and @RepMTG sat down for an exclusive interview.

They talked about God, Child Drag Shows, January 6th, and the lack of courage in the GOP. pic.twitter.com/1apZJOb2cB

— Next News Network (@NextNewsNetwork) July 24, 2022

“When Republicans learn to represent most of the people that vote for them, then we will be the party that continues to grow without having to chase down certain identities or chase down certain segments of people,” she said. “We just need to represent Americans and most Americans, no matter how they vote, really care about the same things and I want to see Republicans actually do their job.”

Greene has made similar comments while calling on her Republican colleagues to serve the American people.

“I believe in accountability and I believe in not just saying something, but following through on it. And I believe that Republicans need to prove to the American people that we are the party of American nationalism and Christian nationalism,” she said on a recent podcast. “I am a Christian. I have no problem saying I am a Christian nationalist and I think that’s an identity that we need to embrace because those are the policies that serve every single American regardless of how they vote. They can be a Democrat and a progressive, but Christian nationalist or American nationalist”

On the Catturd podcast, Marjorie Taylor Greene said the GOP is the party of Christian nationalism and Christian nationalist policies “serve everyone.”

Greene: “Republicans need to prove to the American people that we are the party of …Christian nationalism.” pic.twitter.com/KaL2FFT62A

— PatriotTakes (@patriottakes) July 19, 2022

Now, the  phrase “She is a Nazi”  is trending on Twitter as the left charges the GOP congresswoman with being a white supremacist.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is eagerly working to secure the title of head cheerleader for the GOP’s push to convert American democracy into a conservative Christian theocracy,”  MSNBC warns.

Advocacy of American nationalism has prompted baseless claims of election fraud, hindered access to abortion and even spurred mass shootings, argues MSNBC’s  

“Thankfully, far more educated people have documented the Christian roots of American bigotry and violence. And the modern ties that bind are clear, too,” Jones writes. “Today, the Christian nationalist movement is united around oppressive ideas such as rescinding federal abortion rights, overturning elections its supporters don’t like and pushing racist conspiracy theories, including the ‘great replacement theory,’ which allegedly inspired a suspect to gun down 10 Black people in a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, in May.”

Leftists on Twitter are in tandem comparing Green to Hitler.

“She is a Nazi” is trending, and everyone knows it’s about Marjorie Taylor Greene before they even see why it’s trending.

— Really American (@ReallyAmerican1) July 25, 2022

BREAKING: The phrase “she is a Nazi” trends like crazy on Twitter after Marjorie Taylor Greene “proudly” announces that she is a “Christian nationalist” and says all Republicans “should be Christian nationalists.” RT IF YOU THINK THAT SHE’S A RELIGIOUS FASCIST!

— Occupy Democrats (@OccupyDemocrats) July 25, 2022

All MAGAs and Qcumbers are Nazi’s.
MTG she is a Nazi. pic.twitter.com/0sl6Zayw7o

— TENACIOUS TEAH (@TeahCartel) July 25, 2022

Marge surrounds herself with white supremacists, even guest speaking at white supremacist events.

She led the charge to bankroll the murderous, white supremacist, Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense team.

She is a Nazi. pic.twitter.com/UmixYduVZU

— Shelly R Kirchoff (@ShellyRKirchoff) July 25, 2022

She doesn’t just sound like it — she is a Nazi. If this were the late 30s, early 40s, she be up on that platform with Adolph cheering him on. She’s a vile excuse for a human being. https://t.co/MrLXhrnU95

— Pam (@deanergal) July 25, 2022

Hitler was a  devout a socialist. The Nazi Party is the National Socialist Party.

But facts don’t matter when the socialist party of the Ku Klux Klan is seething with hatred against America and Christianity

The post ‘She Is A Nazi’ Is Trending On Twitter After Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green Urges GOP To Embrace ‘American Nationalism’ appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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