By THOUSIF INC
On Friday, controversial Republican U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia defended her comments.
Ahead of the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
While testifying under oath as part of a challenge to her reelection by voters and a supporting legal group.
Who are seeking to knock her off the ballot for her role prior to the riot.
Greene's appearance in an Atlanta court Friday made her the first GOP member of Congress to testify publicly about January 6.
Even as a Democratic-led committee back in Washington, D.C., has spent months investigating the attack.
Greene was in front of an administrative law judge because a handful of voters in her district.
Represented by a nonprofit called Free Speech For People.
Say Greene should be disqualified because they allege she encouraged and supported the rioters who stormed the Capitol.
While on the witness stand, the congresswoman reiterated baseless claims about election fraud.
Repeatedly said that her charged rhetoric ahead of January 6 challenged the electoral count, not a call for violence.