Petition to impeach Nancy Pelosi erupts as QAnon Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene SLAMS Dems' ' tyrannical Covid policies'

A PETITION to impeach Nancy Pelosi erupted online as QAnon Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene slammed Democrats for "tyrannical Covid policies."

Georgia Rep Greene took a shot at Pelosi and Congressional Democrats on Thursday by mocking one of the House Speaker's tweets.

Over the weekend, Pelosi tweeted, "At this painful time for our country, America's working families should know that Democrats have never paused in *our* work on their behalf.

"We are starting to change the tide against the virus and are making progress to get #covid relief done and put money in people's pockets."

Greene, however, quoted the tweet and blamed Democrats, not the pandemic, for the current economic crisis the US is facing.

"At this painful time for our country, America’s working families should know that @SpeakerPelosi & Dems have never paused in *their* work that forces you to stay home," Greene wrote.

"Worse, SF’s school children of color & poor have suffered the MOST under Pelosi’s sick tyrannical policies."

The mocking comments come as petitions to have Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer impeached have taken off online.

One petition that aims to, "Impeach Pelosi and Schumer for Acts of Treason," has already garnered more than 800,000 signatures.

A second petition that blames Pelosi and Schumer for "all crime that comes across the border" because they have refused to build former President Donald Trump's border wall has garnered nearly 10,000 signatures.

Since getting elected to the House last year, Rep Greene has been highly critical on Pelosi and other prominent Democratic leaders.

Some of her more controversial viewpoints have also led to mass backlash.

The Georgia rep has supported conspiracy theories online in the past, including that mass shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, and Parkland, Florida, were staged and that 2018 California wildfires were started by "Jewish space lasers."

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