Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) strongly criticized a corrupt corporate media propagandist who attempted to provoke her with a deceptive line of questioning. Emily Maitlis, a former BBC journalist from Britain, tried to deceive Greene by asking about President Donald Trump’s significant victory on Super Tuesday.

The conversation took place at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort on Tuesday night, where Maitlis inquired about Greene’s message for failed Republican primary challenger Nikki Haley. She also questioned Greene about the potential running mate choices for the 45th president. Furthermore, Maitlis even asked if Greene herself could be considered for the position of Trump’s vice president.

However, Greene gracefully responded that she would support Trump regardless of his choice for running mate. Despite Greene’s composed reply, the “journalist” persistently attempted to provoke her by accusing both Greene and Trump of spreading conspiracy theories.

Maitlis asked:

“Can you tell me why so many people that support Donald Trump love conspiracy theories, including yourself?

“He seems to attract lots of conspiracy theories.”

Greene shot back:

“Well let me tell you.

“You’re a conspiracy theorist and the left and the media spread more conspiracy theories.

“We like the truth, we like supporting our Constitution, our freedoms, and America First.”

Maitlis then took things a step further by asking: “What about Jewish space lasers?

“Tell us about Jewish Space lasers.”

Greene was quick to respond, stating:

“No, why don’t you go talk about Jewish space lasers?” Greene replied.

“And really, why don’t you just f**k off – how about that.”