Marjorie Taylor Greene asked her Twitter followers if they support a "national divorce" and the results may surprise you. John Iadarola and Jayar Jackson break it down on The Damage Report.
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"Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has tweeted a poll asking if the U.S. should be split among red and blue states, sparking criticism among social media users.
The Georgia lawmaker asked her followers "should America have a national divorce?" Users are given the option to either vote yes or no, for a split into Republican and Democratic states.
As of Tuesday morning, with a further two days remaining in the unscientific survey, more than 21,000 people had voted. The majority (50.9 percent) backed the idea while 38 percent opposed it. Some 10.4 percent were undecided.
Greene, who is a loyalist of former President Donald Trump has faced condemnation for pushing conspiracy theories on Twitter, which has temporarily banned her from the platform for breaching its rules, such as pushing COVID misinformation."
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