Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene, age, career, party, state, husband, children and controversy.

Marjorie Taylor Greene is an American politician, businesswoman, and far-right promoter of conspiracy theories serving as the U.S. representative for Georgia’s 14th congressional district.
Marjorie was born on 27 May 1974 (age 46 years), in Milledgeville, Georgia, United States.
Before running for Congress, she supported the execution of prominent Democratic politicians. She also supported Trump’s efforts to overturn United States President, Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 Presidential elections.
Greene was elected to Congress in November 2020 and sworn into office on January 3, 2021. She is a member of the Republican Party and a supporter of Donald Trump.

Greene has supported disproven far-right conspiracy theories such as Pizzagate, QAnon, false flag shootings, and 9/11 conspiracy theories. Additionally, before running for Congress, she supported the execution of prominent Democratic politicians.


After falsely asserting Trump was elected in a landslide, and that the election had been stolen from him, Greene filed articles of impeachment against Biden the day after his inauguration, alleging abuse of power which in turn provoked The House of Representatives vote to remove Greene from all committee roles in response to a series of incendiary and violent statements that Greene had previously made. Eleven Republicans joined the unanimous Democrats in the vote on February 4, 2021.

Marjorie has a strong Christian faith and believes we must continue to protect our great freedoms and work to keep America a great country for our generations to come.


Marjorie is the daughter of Robert Taylor. She graduated from South Forsyth High school in Cumming, Georgia in 1992, and then graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor Of Business Administration in 1996.

“I understand how terrible it is because when I was 16 years old in 11th grade, my school was a gun-free school zone and one of my schoolmates brought guns to school and took our entire school hostage.” This comment was made by Green concerning gun violence.

Marjorie’s family

Marjorie is married to her husband Perry Greene since 1995. Marjorie and her husband, Perry, have been married for 23 years and have three children, Lauren, Taylor, and Derek. Marjorie believes the best part of her life is being a mother and spending time with her family.


Greene’s father, Robert Taylor, founder of Taylor Commercial, a construction company based in Alpharetta, Georgia sold the company to Greene and her husband, Perry, in 2002. The couple is vice president and president, respectively, of the company. Greene was listed as the C.F.O. of the company from 2007 to 2011.

Taylor Commercial, a commercial construction, and renovation company have since managed a quarter of a billion dollars of construction projects.

Marjorie successfully started, grew, and sold a thriving CrossFit gym here in Georgia which has become one of the top CrossFit gyms in the country. Marjorie has a unique perspective on how to succeed from the ground up, through truly hard work and financial responsibility.


Marjorie a staunch Trump supporter, won the Republican primary runoff for a northwest Georgia House seat on Tuesday. On Wednesday, President Donald Trump threw his full support behind Greene, calling her a “future Republican Star” and “strong on everything” in a congratulatory tweet.

Greene and former President Donald Trump

Greene made clear during her victory speech that she’ll be a divisive voice in Washington, attacking fellow Republicans, the “fake news” media, and Democratic leaders. Marjorie in one of her biggest applause lines of the night, Greene called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “anti-American” and a “bitch.”. “I just want to say to Nancy Pelosi, she’s a hypocrite, she’s an anti-American and we’re going to kick that bitch out of Congress,” Greene said.

Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), the chair of the conservative Republican Study Committee, said Greene’s strategy of filing adjournment motions “doesn’t make sense to me” and “accomplishes nothing except for giving her attention.”.

Greene during her campaign

“When she wants to come and convince me this accomplishes anything at all, I’ll reconsider my ‘no’ vote,” Banks added while noting it’s “her prerogative” as a member to file those motions. Other House Republicans named by Greene dismissed her comments out of hand: “I don’t really care,” Rep. Peter Meijer (R-Mich.) said with a chuckle, while Rep. Billy Long (R-Mo.) stated, “That’s Marjorie.”

“This Congress is ramming through unbelievable things at a rapid pace. This must be stopped. We have to give pause and consideration to what we are doing,” Greene said from the House floor Wednesday. “This is a waste of money and a complete waste of time. Reopening America is a much better way to go. Mr. Speaker, I ask for a motion to adjourn.”

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