Mask signals support for President Trump’s efforts to overturn fraudulent US election results.


A pro-Trump congresswoman wore a face mask reading “Trump won” as she attended the 117th congressional swearing-in ceremony Sunday.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., turned heads as she arrived at the House Chamber outfitted in a bright red dress and black mask, with all caps letters declaring, “Trump won.”

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Greene at first refused to wear a mask, along with a fellow Republican congressman, causing commotion on the House floor.

2 new Republicans — including @mtgreenee — are being told by House floor staff that they have to put their masks on. as of now, they seem to be telling the floor staff that they will not put it on.

Taylor Greene is leaving the floor with the other R, who were trying to ID— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) January 3, 2021

Rep. Greene attacked Speaker Pelosi for changing the mask rules, then followed up with a snap of her wearing the Trump mask.

.@SpeakerPelosi changed the COVID rules because she is desperate to cling to the gavel.

No one can attack me about masks, when Pelosi is sending Democrats to the floor with positive COVID tests to vote for her for Speaker.#COVID19 #117thCongress— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) January 3, 2021

Well I actually do have a mask.— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) January 3, 2021

The “Trump Won” mask signals support for President Trump’s efforts to overturn the results of the US election, which evidence shows was fraudulently stolen from the president via immense voter fraud in multiple key battleground states.

The mask earned Greene the contempt of the mainstream press, with fake news institutions such as NPR labeling her a “QAnon believer.”

On Monday, a day after being sworn in, Rep. Greene voted against legislation proposed by Speaker Pelosi to eliminate “gendered language” from House rules.

There are TWO genders: Male and Female. @SpeakerPelosi wants to change the House rules to remove any mention of:

fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, husbands, wives and in-laws, aunt or uncle, stepparents and siblings-in-law

I OPPOSE!— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) January 4, 2021