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Marjorie Taylor Greene ended Pride Month with this message

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Donald Trump’s Independence Day rally in Pickens, South Carolina, on Saturday.“Today is July 1st. But all last month was what the left refers to as Pride Month,” she said.The crowd boos at the mention of Pride Month.

Greene smiled smugly, before continuing.“God-fearing people here and everywhere know the rainbow belongs to God.”The crowd cheered and applauded.God fearing people everywhere know the rainbow belongs to God! is far from being the first time Greene has taken a swipe at the LGBTQ+ community. In February, she gave a speech in North Idaho saying, “They passed a bill to make it a federal law to protect gay marriage.

Marriage is between a man and a woman. And that’s between God and a man and a woman,” she continued.Greene has waged war on the trans community, using many opportunities to blast the very notion of trans people.

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