“Police escorted a reporter from a town hall event in Dalton, Georgia after she attempted to ask Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) a question on Wednesday night. Meredith Aldis, a reporter for Tennessee NBC affiliate WRCB, was removed from the event immediately after questioning the congresswoman, according to the outlet. A video of the event posted to Greene’s official Facebook page shows her being asked to comment on a recent controversy, with the congresswoman refusing to answer. ‘I’m talking to my constituents… this isn’t a press conference.'”
“During Wednesday’s town hall, Greene portrayed herself as a victim of unfair media coverage. She complained that her “really nice” posts about Bible verses were not making headlines instead. ‘The media controls the microphone,’ Greene said during the event. ‘They’re going to dig up anything they can to make me sound like a monster and a horrible person and they’re gonna report about that nonstop. But they’re never gonna post about the thousand and thousands of really nice Facebook or Twitter posts that I’ve made.’ ‘Bible verses, praising someone, doing something good or anything nice,’ she continued. ‘They’ll never tell you about any of those, they’re just gonna always make sure that someone like me looks like a monster. And that’s wrong'” – Newsweek.