Newsmax Seems To Cut Off Marjorie Taylor Greene When She Talked About The FBI During Jan 6th

Newsmax Seems To Cut Off Marjorie Taylor Greene When She Talked About The FBI During Jan 6th

Newsmax cut rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) off on Thursday while launching a diatribe about the FBI that many will put into the conspiracy column. Greene and Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) held a news conference where they accused the federal government of arranging the Capitol riots on January 6th, which was covered by a Newsmax TV.

My answer to the question, “What do you believe should be the most important inquiry in American history?” During a long outburst, Greene stated this. “What’s going on with the FBI and the Department of Justice these days, exactly? Moreover, the American people and taxpayers are entitled to such answers since they are the ones who foot the bill for everything. At this point, I’m not interested in working for a government that is so focused on overthrowing regime change in our own nation that it neglects its duties to the American people.”

The presenter of Newsmax cut Greene off at this moment.

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The presenter remarked, “All right, Marjorie Taylor Greene.” It was good to have Congressman Matt Gaetz there to provide some of the Republican points that were missing from President Biden and the Democrats today.”

Why is Newsmax playing both sides here or at least that’s the optics many are taking from how they have dealt with some Trump-backed voices?

Many remember how they cut off MyPillow’s Mike Lindell when he was speaking about voter fraud and Dominion Voting.

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