People Think Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Is ‘Calling For Civil War’ With New Twitter Poll

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Critics accused Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) of calling for civil war with her latest provocative tweet.

The conspiracy-peddling lawmaker polled her 448,300 Twitter followers Monday on whether they thought America should “have a national divorce.” She offered them three answers: “Yes, by R & D states”; “No, stay together;” and “Undecided.”

As of Tuesday morning, more than half of 13,892 respondents said the United States should divorce. Around 38% were against the idea and 10% were undecided.

Some commenters said Greene, a Donald Trump loyalist who has a history of pushing racist conspiracies, was inciting violence with her post. Others pointed out why splitting America won’t work.

This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.

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