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Anonymous Warns Marjorie Taylor Greene: ‘History Will Not Be Kind To You, Nor Will We’

The international hacker group Anonymous has just put Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) on notice, and that could prove to be a big problem for the Georgia Republican.

Newsweek reports that Anonymous relayed their message to Greene on Twitter in response to comments she recently made:

The threat comes a day after Greene released a nearly 10-minute video in which she stated that Ukrainians are fighting “a war [against Russia] they cannot win.” Her video—posted on Facebook Live hours after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke to the U.S. Congress—also criticized President Joe Biden for “saber-rattling” and “dragging America into World War III” by offering financial and military support to Ukraine.

While Greene’s comments echoed those of other conservative pundits, they likely angered the hacker group, since the collective has actively pursued Russian cyber targets since Russia invaded Ukraine.

In her Facebook Live video, Greene also attacked President Joe Biden, who has vowed to help the Ukrainians defeat the Russian military:

Greene also referred to Biden as a “weak dementia-ridden fossil in the White House” and said that Biden’s sanctions wouldn’t work against Russia because they hadn’t worked in the past against Cuba, North Korea or Iran.

“Every move the Biden administration has made has hurt Americans and helped Putin,” she continued. “Hardworking Americans, living paycheck-to-paycheck, don’t care about foreign wars or foreign borders. They care about gas prices back home. They care about runaway inflation,” she continued.

Russia has already felt the wrath of Anonymous, which has been active since Russian President Vladimir Putin sent his troops into Ukraine:

Anonymous has likely hacked 92 Russian databases belonging to retailers, Russian internet providers and intergovernmental websites. Data of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), which includes Russia and other former Soviet nations, was also breached, cyber security expert Jeremiah Fowler told CNBC. The databases included hundreds of thousands of names and email addresses, passwords, encrypted data keys and other deleted files.

Now just imagine what a group of dedicated hackers can do to a simpleton like Marjorie Taylor Greene. Her emails and other communications in the days before the January 6 Capitol insurrection might suddenly be posted on the internet. Or she might find herself locked out of her bank accounts and unable to access her cell phone.

Sounds like Marge pissed off the wrong people.


By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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