CPAC attendees line up to take photos with Marjorie Taylor Greene, Internet jokes 'they're in the Q'

Several users trolled the video and a few also pointed out how many were seen not wearing masks despite the country struggling with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

CPAC attendees line up to take photos with Marjorie Taylor Greene, Internet jokes 'they're in the Q'
Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) with her 'Trump Won' face mask pulled down speaks to a colleague on January 3, 2021, in Washington, DC (Getty Images)
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Attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) were seen lining up to meet Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene and taking pictures with her leading many on the Internet to engage in a troll storm.

A video of people lining up was posted by a reporter for Bloomberg news with the caption, "CPAC attendees lining up to take pictures with Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene." Several users trolled the video and a few also pointed out how many were seen not wearing masks despite the country struggling with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 

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One user wrote, "I really dont know whether I should laugh or cry. This is a CULT not a Party! These people would lick Trump's ass if he tells them to. Mark me! These are not normal people! This is just so PATHETIC and SAD!" Another user said, "Why on god's green earth would you say they're lining up instead of saying they're in the Q," referring to QAnon. 

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Referring to the guidelines of restricting the spread of the virus, one user wrote, "Are they writing down everyone's name/number to help with contact tracing after the super spreader event?" To this one responded, "It's Florida ...so no...."

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Another sarcastically said, "yo, this is NOW?! i'm still not allowed to have a friend over for dinner at my house. wtf." Another user said, "I used to understand things (and people) but, alas, I don’t anymore. Maybe Repubs have to go thru this suicide to rebuild for the future. But, again, I dunno."


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A user wrote, "Plus all that hand-shaking, sans masks and social distancing. It’s like a collective middle finger to anyone taking precautions. It’s depressing." Another jokingly shared, "It's like the waiters at the Harmonia Gardens lining up to welcome Mrs Dolly Levi back in the production where the passerelle leads directly to Hell." To this, another responded, "Haha! I just watched that one the other day."

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Many were also seen trolling Greene. One user tweeted, "Someone would have to pay me a lot of money to have my picture taken with 'StrawHead'. Just saying."

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Another tweeted, "At some point in the future we will hear: "I was just posing with her as a stunt. I knew absolutely nothing about her criminal behavior or her plans to overthrow the government. I did not even want to be there, but I had to attend because of my job at that time."


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Greene has for a long time been reportedly criticized for views that are close to the extreme right-wing group QAnon. Many believe that the Republican Party has pandered to this cult-like group's beliefs, according to reports.

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These remarks were made by a third-person and individual organizations, MEAWW cannot confirm them independently nor does it support these claims. The respective references are linked in the article

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