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Marjorie Taylor Greene, Who Decried “Vaccine Nazis,” Found Investing Into Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca



Marjorie Taylor Greene - a real hero, who acts, unlike fake heroes, who merely talk, and now mentions national divorce

A Representative cannot defend a nation if he is not held accountable to its laws.

Marjorie Taylor Greene and her investments

Here we go, again. Another politician, like so many others, that publicly slams vaccine mandates-mask wearing, found out to be just what she is, another Judas selling out her own constituents for 30 pieces of silver (Luke 22:48).

Marjorie Taylor Greene, the said representative from Georgia, the one that mysteriously appeared on the scene to defend the God-given rights of the people, or so she would have you believe, was put up as a warrior that takes to the battlefield in confronting the illegal mandates that the said Federal and State governments are attempting to enforce.

How is she to defend the people when she is not held accountable to the laws? (Article II, Section 3)

Sorry to let you down, once again. Yet, this is just not the case when it comes to the likes of Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Marjorie, like her corrupt colleagues (Ephesians 4:14), somehow enjoys playing up to the people by claiming to be one thing when in all actuality she is just the opposite of that claim (2 Corinthians 11:14-15).


She, like “The best that you have been given,” magnifies the crimes that she swore to condemn (Deuteronomy 25:1), and then does a fundraiser to accumulate wealth unto herself while justice is left undone (Amos 5:7).

Further details (with Internet resources from the original)

In taking it a step further…

In 2020, at least 13 senators and 35 US representatives held shares of Johnson & Johnson, the medical behemoth that produced the single-shot COVID-19 vaccine that more than 15 million Americans have received.

At least 11 senators and 34 representatives also held shares in 2020 of another COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer, Pfizer…

Lawmakers held these investments in COVID-19-minded companies as Congress was at the center of pandemic relief efforts. In 2020 and 2021, members of Congress voted on six relief bills together worth nearly $6 trillion. Congress also authorized more than $10 billion to help drug companies develop and distribute vaccines and forced health insurers to cover the cost of getting the shot.

Policymakers especially viewed the coronavirus vaccines developed by Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna — which each spent substantial amounts of money lobbying the federal government in 2020 — as critical to helping countries around the planet overcome the grip of the pandemic…

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican from Georgia who has decried “vaccine Nazis” and boasted about not getting vaccinated against COVID-19, reported owning stock in COVID-19 vaccine makers during 2020, including Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca, according to a financial disclosure she submitted in August.

(See also here.)

What are we to make of this? (Or: Marjorie Taylor Greene, you’ve got some ‘splainin’ to do! Apologies to Desi Arnaz, Sr.)

To add more insult to more injury, Marjorie Taylor Greene slams mandates as she feebly attempts to defend the father of the vaccine, Donald Trump, and his propaganda push when it comes to his Covid jab stance, regardless of his attacks upon his own supporters.

Marjorie told them that would listen to her that Donald Trump is “100% AGAINST the mandates, but he still encourages everyone to get the vaccine and booster.” And why wouldn’t she, all the while knowing that she is invested into what Donald is selling?


Read it here in Health Impact News.

This is confusion by design and it is upon the people who refuse to serve the Lord (Daniel 9:7).

In Conclusion: It might be a good idea for the people in this country to take care when it comes to those they take for face value, as well as those that they support (1 Corinthians 15:33).

Editor’s Note

In the context of Mr. Dean’s remarks, the following items relate directly to this discussion:

  1. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) proposed a new House Rule forbidding members and their spouses to own or trade individual stocks while in office.
  2. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) definitely rejected that proposed House Rule.

Ownership and trading of individual stocks have been a bone of contention since Bush Senior and his “blind trust.” The potential conflict of interest exists for Presidents, Vice-Presidents, and Executive agency heads, as well as Senators and Representatives. Pelosi, in rejecting the Rule, said the rules should let Members “take part” in the “free market.” Lay aside for a moment just how free the market would remain if half the legislative proposals by the House Democratic Conference became law. This discussion raises two uncomfortable questions, beyond conflicts of interest:

  1. How does a Member of House or Senate get so fabulously rich while serving?
  2. Shall we limit Members to deriving all income from their salaries and parking their personal worth in gold and silver? And maybe in residential real estate, said real estate consisting of their own single-family residences?
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Bradlee Dean is an ordained Christian preacher, Radio show host for the #1 show on Genesis Communication Network from 2-3 p.m. central standard (The Sons of Liberty), a National Tea Party favorite. He also speaks on high school and college campuses nationwide. Bradlee is also an author, a husband to one, daddy to four boys. You have probably seen Bradlee through such outlets as The New York Times, Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, The Weekly Standard etc.

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