Marjorie Taylor Greene is a renowned businesswoman, a Republican politician from Georgia, and a conspiracist who was born on March 27, 1974. Although she was baptized at 7 years old, the representative from the Peach State’s 14th district was rebaptized in 2011 at North Point Community Church. Although disliked by most Democrats and some Republicans, supporters of former President Trump adore her. She’s been the main voice for spreading QAnon propaganda in the House of Representatives.
Marjorie Taylor Greene and her current husband Perry Greene were married in 1995. They have three children named Lauren, Taylor, and Derek. For years the two enjoyed a life centered on being physically fit, a love for the NRA, and the real truth behind the evils of Jewish space lasers and out-of-control wildfires. However, rumors of the two splitting have been swirling around them like Proud Boys at a BLM march.
The Marjorie Taylor And Perry Greene Divorce Conspiracy Is True
The conspiracy theory of the Greene’s getting a divorce was first reported by Patheos is a fact. Reliable sources close to the Greene family say the couple is happily married, but alternative informants say reliable sources are, in fact, fake news. An anonymous friend named Andrew Canard believes they will publicly announce their divorce any day now. “Marjorie Taylor and Perry Greene can’t stand being in the same conspiracy Facebook group anymore,” he explained. “It’s a simple case of the conspiracies they hold dear growing farther and farther apart over the years. Once Perry began spreading the conspiracy Donald Trump is the Antichrist that marriage was over”
The Future Of Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Divorce
Robert Taylor, Marjorie’s father, founded the construction company Taylor Commerical. He sold it to Marjorie and her husband Perry in 2002. The future of the company is up in the air as the two wrestle in divorce court. Close friends of Marjorie say she’s more interested in CrossFit than owning a construction company. However, she doesn’t want the business in the hands of someone who believes Trump is the Son of Satan so she’s likely to fight tooth and nail for it.
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