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[Trailer] Police Sent to Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Home 2 Nights in a Row, Here's What Happened | Facts Matter

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Last week, over the course of two consecutive nights, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene's private home in Floyd County, Georgia, was swatted not once, but twice. The act of “swatting” refers to when an armed police unit is falsely sent to someone’s house. Usually how it plays out is that someone picks up the phone, dials in a fake distress call to the police, tells them about some fake crime happening at a certain address, which then prompts the police to send in a tactical SWAT team to that person’s house. Greene was sleeping at her home in Floyd County, when all of a sudden she was woken up by the sound of a doorbell, as well as knocking on her door. When she looked out of her bedroom window, she could see flashlights and the silhouettes of people outside. After seeing this, she quickly jumped out of bed, got dressed, and walked to the front door. And by instinct, she reached for her gun—although fortunately, something told her to put it down—a decision that might’ve actually saved her life.
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