Congressional Candidate Banned from Facebook Ads Heads to Runoff in GOP Primary

Congressional Candidate Banned from Facebook Ads Heads to Runoff in GOP Primary

In Tuesday’s GOP primary in Georgia’s 14th district, Marjorie Taylor Greene, whose campaign ad featured her holding a semi-automatic rifle warning Antifa terrorists to “stay the hell out of northwest Georgia” was banned by Facebook, won the top total number of votes.

Her ad, which is still on Twitter and YouTube, features Greene telling Antifa terrorists:

“President Trump declared ANTIFA a domestic terrorist organization. I have a message for ANTIFA terrorists: stay the hell out of northwest Georgia. You won’t burn our churches, loot our businesses or destroy our homes.”

 

 

Greene now heads to a runoff with neurosurgeon John Cowan to become the official GOP candidate on August 11.

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