GOP Lawmaker on Virus Research: “I Don’t Believe in Evolution. I Believe in God” June 8, 2021

GOP Lawmaker on Virus Research: “I Don’t Believe in Evolution. I Believe in God”

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, the conspiracy theorist and publicity hound who was banned from sitting on any committees because of her repeated support of violence against her colleagues, is still spreading lies that are designed to hurt as many Americans as possible.

After saying months ago that vaccine passports were actually a “Mark of the Beast,” she’s now claiming she doesn’t believe any of the research that’s been done on COVID because she thinks evolution is a hoax. She made the comments to Steve Bannon on Real America’s Voice:

“That’s a bioweapon,” she charged. “So we need to be very clear about what was the intent of COVID-19 and these viruses that they experiment with like some sort of Dr. Frankenstein experiment.”

“I don’t buy it because I don’t believe in evolution,” the congresswoman said. “I don’t believe in that type of so-called science. I don’t believe in evolution. I believe in God.”

Greene added: “These viruses were not making people sick until they created them and made them into weaponized viruses to be able to attach to our cells and make us sick. This has caused so many people to die all over the world.”

Who knew that viruses didn’t hurt anybody until COVID came around…? This will be shocking to many people who experience time chronologically.

Besides the fact that There’s no proof these viruses were “created” as a bioweapon, to say you dismiss research on the virus or vaccines because you don’t accept science is… telling. I know no one ever accused Greene of understanding much of anything, but her admission that she doesn’t accept evolution because she thinks belief in God overrides it flies in the face of what many Christian scientists would say.

Not that she cares. She’s only speaking to her base of ignorant buffoons, and there’s a reason she’s speaking with Bannon instead of FOX News: She’s too embarrassing even for Republicans.

(via Raw Story)

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