April 13, 2024


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Trans Activist Behind Attempted Murder of Congresswoman

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TAMPA, FLORIDA - JULY 23: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) speaks the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit held at the Tampa Convention Center on July 23, 2022 in Tampa, Florida. The event features student activism, leadership training, and a chance to participate in networking events with political leaders. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Police Report Reveals Trans Activist Behind Swatting of Marjorie Taylor Greene

Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene reported that she was swatted for a second time in as many days on Wednesday night. This after having been swatted on Tuesday night, as well. “Swatted again last night,” Greene said.

Greene had been the target of a swatting attack early on Wednesday morning, as well, which was initiated by a 911 caller who claimed, using a computer-generated voice, to be upset over her proposal to criminalize transgender surgeries and hormone therapies for children.

A police report regarding the new incident read that:

“On Thursday, August 25, 2022, at 0253 hours, Rome/Floyd E-911 received a call about a male possible shooting his family members and then himself at… the home of Marjorie Greene. The males name that was given was Wayne Greene. The call came in as though it was from a suicide crisis center but it was not through a phone, it was from an internet chat. The person who made the cal through the chat advised that they ‘came out as transgender and claimed that they shot the family.’

“They also claimed, ‘If anyone tried to stop me from shooting myself, I will shoot them.’ they also advised ‘they would be waiting for us.’”

“Lt. Smith advised Officer Groover and I to go to the location and try to make contract with Ms. Greene. We arrived and approached the house. Officer Groover went to the front door to make contact. Ms. Greene came to the door and we alerted her with the reason why we were there.

“The suicide chat line that was used could not get a location due to the person(s) using a VPN.”

A statement from the Rome Police Department to the media read:

“On August 25, 2022 at about 0253 hours Rome Police officers responded to a second “swatting: call at the residence of Majorie Taylor Greene. This call was received on what appeared to be a suicide crisis line from an internet chat.

“Officers responded once again to Mrs. Greene’s home and confirmed this was a second false report.

“The Rome Police Department Criminal Investigation Division is working in conjunction with the Capitol Police on this investigation.

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