Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene’s husband has filed for divorce just over a month before the November elections. Perry Greene claims that the marriage is irretrievably broken in court filings that were first made public by TMZ.
Perry Greene also claims that the pair have been living apart for some time. After 27 years of marriage and raising three children, they are divorcing. They were married while still in college.
Marjorie Taylor Greene is most known for spreading far-right conspiracy theories and election denialism, such as the untrue claim that COVID was created in a laboratory with funding from Dr. Anthony Fauci.
A high-profile divorce and the congresswoman’s quest to advance Christian nationalism are at odds, particularly given that she is running for reelection in Georgia against Democrat Marcus Flowers.
The internet hasn’t been very sympathetic in its response; one tweet asked for privacy at this trying time from Marjorie Taylor Greene, who hounded Parkland shooting sufferers. She and Perry, though, are behaving amicably in the media. Both parties have issued cordial comments affirming their commitment to family values.
“For the past 29 years, Marjorie has been my dearest friend, and she is a wonderful mother!” In a statement to The Hill, Perry. We will continue to concentrate on our three amazing children, their future goals, and our relationship even while we choose different routes.
Marjorie Taylor Greene highlighted that she was a “strong believer” in marriage, saying that it is “a great thing.” She further stated in a statement that “a husband and wife building a family to care and protect is how our civilization is established.
Perry and I established our family together and brought up three wonderful children. He awarded me the greatest title anyone could possibly receive: mom.
Perry seeks that all divorce-related records be sealed because they will “contain sensitive personal and financial information, the public publication of which would adversely influence the parties’ privacy rights,” and wants their assets to be divided evenly.
The congressman has resumed her regular activities and appears unfazed by the incident, donning a rifle to hunt feral hogs from a helicopter for a campaign film.