Marjorie Taylor Greene Ironically Blasts Trans Hate Forum After 'Swatting'

In an astounding twist of irony, Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia has called for a controversial transgender hate forum to be taken offline after it

was linked to her being targeted in a "swatting" incident. Greene said that she was "swatted"—a term usually referring to a harsh confrontation with law enforcement due to

the filing of false reports to police—at her home in Georgia around 1 a.m. Wednesday. A suspect who claimed responsibility for the incident told local police that they intended to

"SWAT" Greene because they were upset with her opposition to "trans-gender youth's rights," according to a police report obtained by The Daily Dot. Greene, who has

repeatedly spoken out against transgender people and gender-affirming medical treatment, suggested that the incident was "political terrorism" by supporters of transgender rights.

However, the suspect also told police that they were a member of the website, a forum best known for targeting the transgender community and other minorities with

harassment and cyberstalking. While Greene acknowledged that police were still investigating "whether [the alleged Kiwi Farms user was] really the person who did this," she

said during a Newsmax interview on Wednesday that it was "absurd" that the website was allowed to exist and called for the government to force the forum offline. "Isn't it

concerning that such a website exists?" said Greene. "Like, why does that even exist? That website needs to be taken down. There should be no business or any kind of service where

you can target your enemy. That's absolutely absurd and this is the type of lawlessness that Democrats want all over the country."