QAnon supporter wins Georgia state primary – receives backlash from Democrats


Businesswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene won the primary for Georgia in a landslide victory on Tuesday night.

Greene has been attacked in the past by democrats for her support of the ‘QAnon conspiracy’ group with the blue left claiming she should not be in government.

However, after her victory, Greene said on Twitter:

‘The GOP establishment, the media, & the radical left, spent months & millions of dollars attacking me.

Tonight the people of Georgia stood up & said that we will not be intimidated or believe those lies

I’m excited to be the next Congresswoman of GA 14

God bless America’

The QAnon movement, which is a government insider who releases important information to the world’s patriots in their fight against the deep state, has been supported by Greene.

She called everyone involved with Q ‘heroes’ and that the Q figure is a “patriot” who had “given clues” that “have really proven to be true.”

Greene has also been a heavy critic of the wealthy investor and Democratic donor George Soros, with some dubbing her words ‘anti-Semitic.’

She has also hit out at Sharia Law and Islam.

Others have called her views ‘radical’ and have tried to out other Republicans for being associated with her.

Despite the controversy, Greene struck a resounding victory over her opponent on Tuesday, beating John Cowan by some 15 points.

He only won 21% of vote whilst Greene won 57%.

Greene is now slated to replace the outgoing Republican Rep. Tom Graves, with her victory in the upcoming contest in November all but assured after scoring big in the runoff race.

The Presidential elections are set for November 2020.