Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Says Illegal Aliens On The Verge Of Replacing Americans

On Sunday, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) criticized the open border policies of the Biden administration and other Democratic candidates, warning citizens that illegal immigrants will soon “replace you.”

Greene’s comments came on Sunday in Arizona, during a rally that featured former President Donald Trump, Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and U.S. Senate Candidate Blake Masters.

When Greene came to the podium, she focused on the concerns of Arizona citizens about the lenient border policies instituted by Democrats.

“Biden’s 5 million illegal aliens are on the verge of replacing you,” Greene stated. “Replacing your jobs and replacing your kids in school. And coming from all over the world, they’re also replacing your culture.”

“And that’s not great for America,” she added.

Greene encouraged voters to elect Lake and Masters, who have touted stricter border policies.

When Lake delivered her speech, she also pointed out the poor job being done by her Democratic counterpart. She stated that her opponent, Democrat Katie Hobbs, still had not opened her office, citing COVID-19 concerns.

During the 18-minute speech, Lake also condemned the open border policies of elected Democrats. She vowed to curtail the influx of illegal immigration and the fentanyl smuggling that comes with it.

For the first time, Lake announced that she would fight to pass legislation to prevent cities from levying taxes on groceries and rent.

“It is said hard times create strong men; well, they create strong women, too,” she said. “And this woman is ready to put an end to the hard times.”

“Who is ready to step up with me?” she asked the crowd, who responded by chanting her name.

Following the 2020 election controversy in Arizona, the rally marked a vigorous return for Trump, who announced support for the Republican candidates in the state’s midterm elections on Nov 8.

Greene, who has been a staunch supporter of Trump’s election fraud claims, later took to Twitter to defend Republican candidate J.R. Majewski from claims that he falsified his military record.

“The media should not smear our veterans and their service to our country just to steer a political narrative,” Greene wrote.