During a public speaking event at this past weekend’s CPAC conference in Orlando, Florida, Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R) was interrupted by an individual claiming to be part of the Qanon movement and a supporter of the congresswoman.
In a video recorded by The Floridian’s Jim McCool, the individual can be seen casually walking up to the dais were Rep. Greene as if he did not want to draw attention to himself until he made his remarks.
“We go one, we go all,” yelled the heckler, prompting Rep. Greene to emphatically and repetitively say “No” to his statement.
“No, no, no! Get Out!” said Greene.
The heckler was quickly escorted out of the room, but just as he was about to exit through the door, he drew himself against the door and floor so that the photographer he brought with him could catch the staged heckling on video.
Both men quickly exited the hotel, but The Floridian was able to catch up to them in the parking lot, where it was made abundantly clear to us that these two men were not “Q” supporters, let alone supporters of Rep. Greene.
The Floridian: What was that all about?
Heckler: She’s a “Q” congresswoman. Marjorie Taylor Greene. I don’t want to talk about it, it’s kind of personal.
The Floridian: Are you with any organization?
Heckler: Ah, no. She’s the “Q” congresswoman.
The Floridian: But what was she saying?
Heckler: But what does she always says? Look (inaudible)
The Floridian: What was she saying there when you interrupted?
Heckler: I just wanted to let her know that I support her, that “Q” supports her. You know. Thank you, I don’t want to talk anymore.
It was obvious that these two men were trying to catch the staged moment for whatever reason, possible to release a video that would make people believe that the Qanon movement was openly supporting Greene.
Greene was recently stripped of her congressional committee assignment after House Democrats took issue with some of her past pre-Congress remarks, some of which were considered to be conspiratorial.