Transgender Activist Makes False 911 Call, Sending Police to Rep. Greene’s Home, Police Say

A 911 call falsely claiming shots were fired at the residence of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) sent police to the congresswoman’s home at approximately one in the morning Tuesday, the Rome Police Department in Georgia reports.

“The call was determined to be a false call commonly known as ‘swatting,’ according to the department’s Facebook page. “Swatting” is practice of making a false report to the police in order to harass someone.

Later, the person who made the false 911 call called back and, using a computer-generated voice, told the Rome Police Department that the first call was made out of anger at Rep. Greene’s stance on transgender youth rights.

Last week, Rep. Greene introduced the “Protect Children’s Innocence Act,” which would prohibit gender surgery on minors.

“The Rome Police Department Criminal Investigation Division is working in conjunction with the United States Capital Police on this investigation,” the department’s Facebook states.


The full statement posted Tuesday morning on Facebook by the Rome Police Department is presented below.


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