Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Chief Of Staff Announces His Resignation

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s chief of employees, Patrick Parsons, has introduced his resignation after lower than 9 months working for the Georgia Republican.

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Parsons indicated in an announcement that he anticipated the job to be momentary.

Greene “asked me to come with her to Washington and help organize her office,” Parsons mentioned. “After eight and a half months fighting the Socialist Democrats and RINOS [Republicans in Name Only] in DC, it’s time to move on.”

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Greene thanked Parsons for his assist “as I’ve transitioned to Congress” in an announcement posted Friday on Twitter. 

She added: “He’s advised me he will be moving back into the political arena to help elect America First conservatives who can fight alongside me.”

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Parsons praised Greene in his assertion as an “America First superstar who has become one of the leading policy-influencers in our party today.” He referred to as working for her the “highlight of my professional career.”

Parsons was a gun-rights lobbyist in Georgia earlier than he was employed by Greene, and he ran the nonprofit advocacy group Georgia Gun Owners.

Georgia state Sen. Jen Jordan (D) informed NPR station WABE in Atlanta early this yr that Parsons was efficient as a result of he “was really willing to go after people, skirt the truth, say things that weren’t true.” He additionally used social media to “bully” folks,” Jordan mentioned.

Earlier within the day Friday, it was Greene who made information when she Greene yelled at Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) on the steps of the U.S. Capitol whereas a gaggle of Democrats was holding a information convention.


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