Pilloried in Washington, firebrand Marjorie Taylor Greene is loved back home

By Nathan Layne and James Oliphant CEDARTOWN, Ga (Reuters) – From the pulpit this past Sunday, Pastor Brian Crisp prayed for President Joe Biden and delivered a passionate sermon on loving one’s neighbor. But away from church, the Baptist preacher was steeling for battle. This rural stretch of northwest Georgia is Marjorie Taylor Greene country. The freshman congresswoman won this district in a landslide in November. Voters here aren’t happy that the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives on Feb. 4 stripped Greene of her committee assignments – diluting her influence – for, among other…

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