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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said her father passed away when she revealed ‘extremely difficult’ times in Congress

MARJORIE Taylor Greene posted her father passed away from melanoma, complete with a topic detailing how difficult her first months in Congress were.

“My father passed away last night after a tough battle in the past three months with Melanoma,” Green wrote on Twitter. “Most people don’t know how difficult my first three months in Congress were.”


Marjorie Taylor Greene announces her father has passed awayCredit: Twitter / Marjorie Taylor Greene
She was glad he did not hurt anymore


She was glad he didn’t hurt anymoreCredit: Facebook / Marjorie Taylor Greene

In the long run Twitter Subject, Greene took the time to imply that her father’s passing was just another pain while she feuded with attacks on her character.

“While I endure the flaming arrows that shoot at me every day while I am fighting the leftist war for our liberties in Congress, my soul is torn when watching my father suffer and slowly die of cancer. “

“We didn’t win every battle, but my wonderful father won the war, and he taught me how to fight the biggest enemy,” she continued. “My dad is the forgotten American man that President Trump worked so hard with.”

“My dad grew up very young, but with faith in God and the Great American Dream,” she wrote in the next tweet. “He did everything from cycling to deliver newspapers, working in factories, building, and all the other jobs, while trying to go to school.”

Greene said her first months in Congress were difficult


Greene said her first months in Congress were difficultCredit: Splash News
She added that now she was free when he was there


She added that now she was free when he was thereCredit: Facebook / Marjorie Taylor Greene

Greene wrote that her father enlisted in the army at the age of 20 to serve in the Vietnam Navy.

“He lost friends there like many did. He met a girl after his service, when he returned to college, married my mother and had a baby girl named Marjorie. “

The Georgia representative said her father could not finish her studies but instead founded a construction company that “put a roof over our heads, fed us, dressed us and his father. for our family every need. “

She continued on her topic, saying that she spent a lot of time fishing and driving with her dad when she was growing up, adding that “the best thing my dad’s hand ever did was they taught I pray. “

“My dad’s big strong hands put my little hands together when I was little and introduced me to God,” she continued. My father’s hand, and the wonderful man my dad, lifted him up and brought it to heaven. “

“We are happy today that his pain is gone and that he is free!”

She reiterated that last sentiment, saying that she is also free to know her father is in heaven.

“Thank you all for supporting me. I’ll be back soon. And this time, I’ll give my all because now my heart isn’t broken when my dad is free.”

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