In a heated exchange with youth activists, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Georgia) was seen clashing with several young protestors while walking in D.C., and even kicked one of the people standing in front of her.

In a rather stunning choice, Greene tweeted the video, calling the activists “foolish cowards,” in the caption seeming to think her kicking someone looks good on her behalf.

In the video, Greene is seen walking with several members of her team while in a verbal argument with several young people over gun control. At one point, a young woman who was on Greene’s left side was walking in front of her briefly, and then she appears to trip after it looks like Greene sticks her own leg out.

Greene snaps, “excuse me” twice at the activist before she moves out of the way.

The person she hit, Marianna Pecora, even responded to the video in disbelief, saying “Did she literally just tweet out the video of her kicking me?”

According to Greene, following someone you don’t agree with around on the streets of D.C. is cowardly behavior.

But, this logic would make her a coward as well, as she has done this exact thing before she was elected to Congress. The video, dated in March 2019, shows Greene following the school shooting survivor-turned-activist David Hogg through the streets of D.C. and parroting common anti gun control talking points.

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