Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene in an interview claimed that people are lying about Putin invading Europe as she didn’t know that Ukraine is in Europe.

“We’re paying for a war, a proxy war with Russia, when I’ve never seen Putin actually show in any detail his plans to invade Europe. No one has shown me that. So I don’t believe the lies that I’m being told about this,” Greene said on Steve Bannon’s podcast.

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Greene is being trolled on social media for not knowing that Ukraine in in Europe:

“Dumb, Lunatic Marjorie Taylor Greene Humiliates Herself By Not Knowing That Ukraine Is In Europe,” a user wrote on Twitter.

“Can someone start a campaign that vote shames all of Marjorie Taylor Greene’s voters. Just go there & show her face with her dumb quotes & IQ test people there. This is insane,” another user said.

Appearing on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast, the Georgia Representative declared she was “furious” with members of Congress, including some Republic, who she accused of not paying enough attention to the situation at the US-Mexico border.

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Greene also targeted Republicans who continued to emphasize helping Ukraine defend itself against an invasion from neighboring Russia. “Because all we hear in Washington, Steve, is ‘War in Ukraine, the war in Ukraine,'” she said.

“We’ve got our own Republicans like Lindsey Graham and many others out there drumming the, you know, beating the drum for war every single day in Ukraine,” Greene added.

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She said instead of doing that Republicans should be beating war drums much closer to home.

Greene also accused Representative Bennie Thompson of “persecuting” Republicans as chairman of the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 riots at the United States Capitol.