(Relevant) GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is a controversial figure in the Republican party. She was already contentious for past support of the QAnon conspiracy theory and berating survivors of the Parkland shootings, then CNN found that she had endorsed posts calling for lethal violence against top Democrats, including comments that said “a bullet to the head would be quicker” than removing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and that “through removal or death, doesn’t matter, as long as she [Pelosi] goes.” Even more bizarre conspiracy theories litter Greene’s past Facebook use.
That’s all extra odd because as it turns out, Greene’s Christian history is also well-documented. Author Jeff Chu found a 2011 video from North Point Community Church in which Greene talks about her faith and her reason for getting baptized. As Chu notes, North Point, led by Pastor Andy Stanley, is one of the largest churches in the country.