Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia has called for a controversial transgender hate forum to be taken offline after it was linked to her being targeted in a "swatting" incident.Greene said that she was "swatted"—a term usually referring to a harsh confrontation with law enforcement due to the filing of false reports to police—at her home in Georgia around 1 a.m.
Wednesday. A suspect who claimed responsibility for the incident told local police that they intended to "SWAT" Greene because they were upset with her opposition to "trans-gender youth's rights," according to a police report obtained by The Daily Dot.Greene, who has repeatedly spoken out against transgender people and gender-affirming medical treatment, suggested that the incident was "political terrorism" by supporters of transgender rights.
However, the suspect also told police that they were a member of the website kiwifarms.net, a forum best known for targeting the transgender community and other minorities with harassment and cyberstalking.While Greene acknowledged that police were still investigating "whether [the alleged Kiwi Farms user was] really the person who did this," she said during a Newsmax interview on Wednesday that it was "absurd" that the website was allowed to exist and called for the government to force the forum offline."Isn't it concerning that such a website exists?" said Greene. "Like, why does that even exist?
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