Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene threw her support behind a judge-approved inspection of absentee ballots cast in the 2020 election in Georgia’s Fulton County.
The Republican congresswoman told One America News Network that the review “definitely needs to happen,” despite opposition local officials.
“It looks like there was serious fraud in Fulton County, Georgia, which is where the city of Atlanta is located. So I’m very much anxious to see that happen,” Greene said.
Greene was elected to the House in 2020 and has quickly distinguished herself as one of former President Donald Trump’s most vocal supporters in Congress. She does not represent the residents of Fulton County. Instead, she hails from Georgia’s 14th Congressional District, located in the northwest part of the state.
Superior Court Judge Brian Amero ordered Fulton County to allow a review of copies of 147,000 absentee ballots as part of a lawsuit in which voters sued for access to look for evidence of