Marjorie Taylor Greene calls for FBI to investigate former ally and ‘Stop the Steal’ founder for propositioning ‘underage boys’

Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is calling on the FBI to investigate diehard Trump supporter and “Stop the Steal” organizer Ali Alexander after it was revealed that he was sexually propositioning underage boys who were affiliated with Nick Fuentes’ white nationalist organization.

“This is disgusting textbook predation of underage boys. And Nick Fuentes was in on it. #NickKnew,” Greene tweeted, referring to accusations Alexander propositioned boys for nude photos. Greene then quoted The Daily Beast’s report on the story, which stated that Fuentes and Alexander offered to get the boy a job in politics if he recanted his accusation.

“@FBI should investigate,” she added.

In response to her tweet, Twitter users posted past photos showing Greene associating with Alexander and Fuentes, some of which showed her alongside Fuentes when she gave a speech at a conference hosted by his organization.

After The Beast’s story broke, Alexander issued a statement apologizing “for any inappropriate messages sent over the years.”

“Forgive me. While having repented before God and confess at Church, I want my supporters and those involved to hear my apology today,” his statement read. “When I’ve flirted or others have flirted with me, I’ve flexed my credentials or dropped corny pick up lines. Other times, I’ve been careless and should’ve qualified those coming up to me’s identities during flirtatious banter at the start.”

“Nothing unlawful has occurred. Seeing false claims alongside real messages is a deceptive technique. Some have retracted and other individuals say were deceptively edited which is why I waited,” he continued. “All of this is designed by a Literal Predator to take advantage of admitted sins and hurt my allies. One recent individual attacked me (before recanting parts) to hide their own sexual identity struggles. I won’t attack back because these fights benefit no one’s redemption. Others have been fake accusers or literal honeypots eager to frame me.”

According to The Beast’s report, right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, “whose own career as a far-right pundit imploded in 2017 after remarks he had made downplaying the seriousness of pedophilia surfaced, claims he has more damaging videos to release about Alexander and [Nick] Fuentes.”

Sky Palma

Before launching DeadState back in 2012, Sky Palma has been blogging about politics, social issues and religion for over a decade. He lives in Los Angeles and also enjoys Brazilian jiu jitsu, chess, music and art.