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FACT CHECK: Did Marjorie Taylor Greene Share Post Claiming Satellites Intercept Prayers?

post shared on social media A screenshot of Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's tweet reportedly shows that satellites are being used to intercept prayers to Jesus.

Verdict: False

That claim is inaccurate. Post has been edited.

Fact check:

Mr Green recently told MP Emily Maitlis, a former BBC News reporter, “fuck you” after she questioned her about conspiracy theories. the hill report. Maitlis also questioned the relationship between conspiracy theorists and supporters of former President Donald Trump and Greene's messages to Nikki Haley.

In a post shared on X, formerly known as Twitter, Greene allegedly made a social media post claiming that atheists are using satellites to prevent Christians from praying. The post shared a screenshot of the alleged post.

The text of the alleged post reads as follows: “Christians oppose the negative effects of satellites, artificial satellites and space junk orbiting the Earth. Satellites hinder our ability to communicate effectively with God. Prayers often conflict with satellites. It can be deflected or destroyed by impact.”

Green's caption reportedly read, “Atheists are using satellites to disrupt prayers to Jesus and level them up!”

That claim is inaccurate. Greene's makes no such claims. X account.There is no mention of this claim of hers. office.Deleted Tweet Tracker has no such claims Polity Tweet

of post It was posted on social media without Green's name and includes the same caption and misspelling. This image dates back to his December 2023 and is unrelated to Green's claims. (Related: Fact-checking Biden's recent claims about wage increases and inflation)

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