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MTG: The preface
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Georgia Republican who overcame Democratic silencing efforts to become one of the most effective voices on the Right, is getting ready to settle some scores with an autobiography that could pave the way to higher office — including the vice presidency.
Greene told Secrets that her new book, being released on Nov. 21 by the Trump-aligned Winning Team Publishing, will have a simple but effective title. It is her initials, “MTG,” three letters that, in the Washington media, carry a symbolic fighting message.
“I wanted people to hear my side of the story,” Greene said in an interview. “Some of it is setting the record straight.” – Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner
First I want to welcome all of you who had the guts to buy this book despite the Deep State Democrats trying to stop me writing and publishing it. Your courage is a testament to the spirit of the patriots of 1776 who would not let the British tell them what to do, what to think, or that man came from monkeys and there are multiple genders.
I want you to know that writing this book was a struggle for me. It’s not that I couldn’t come up with enough words to fill a book. My family always told me I had a gift for language, sometimes so much so that they would lock me in the pantry so they could have their own private conversations themselves.
No, my struggle — which was what I was going to call my book until my editor told me the title had already been taken — was that all the forces of the Deep State, George Soros, Hunter Biden, AOC, Alec Baldwin, Dylan Mulvaney, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and the League of Women Voters would do everything they could to stop me beforehand and mock and make fun of me afterward. Like you, I have no respect for these disgusting people and don’t care what they think and if anything if they think something I am sure to think the opposite and I’m sure you do too.
But it still takes a lot of strength to fight all these evil forces and write a great book all at the same time. At first I worried that the little children would see the Deep State Democrats besmirching my patriotism and my character and it would discourage them and make them trans.
But whenever I sat down at my writing desk to work on my book and felt discouraged, I would think about my childhood days in Milledgeville, Georgia. I would recall how the other kids in my neighborhood would make fun of me for reasons that make as little sense as the reasons grown people make fun of me now, jealousy mostly because my father had a successful business. You know how children can be, especially when their fathers are failures who never made anything of themselves.
Though these jealous children could not get anywhere near me, and even if they did they could not get past the electrified fence around our house, I could hear their negativity in the form of taunts and chants, and it would make me sad. It even make me doubt myself sometimes. Yes, that may be hard to believe, because even as a child I was confident about my opinions and my abilities. But I could still be hurt when people were negative to me, even if they were just jealous and ignorant and made up ridiculous stories about my appearance.
Whenever it got really bad, I would go to my room after school and sit in front of the shrine of heroes I made from newspaper clippings of Ronald Reagan, Jesse Helms, Margaret Thatcher, and Lester Maddox. I would think about how much they had overcome to achieve greatness. And then I would go down to the basement where we had fitness equipment that my dad got at a tag sale and I would work out with it until I gleamed with sweat and my muscles were taut and firm. In fact I would stay down there for hours while everyone watched TV upstairs and even after they went to bed. To keep from getting bored I would do my different exercises in different time intervals and mix them up, which is how I became one of the pioneers of CrossFit training.
That was also how I found the strength to ignore those cruel children, and how I find the strength now to ignore cruel adults. Whenever people try to put me down I just pop in my air buds, crank Southern Rock, and work out, either on legislation or CrossFit intervals, and pay them no mind at all, no matter how loud they’re telling me I’m wrong.
That’s how I got through writing this book. And that’s why this book is available only as an audiobook edition, which I am told is first in the publishing industry. With all the negativity out there, it can be easy to get distracted, especially if you’re reading a book which, let’s be honest, can be hard to pay attention to, especially when there’s so much going on around us. But with this audiobook, whatever’s going on around you, whether it’s traffic or leaf-blowers or noisy children or negative people, you can just pop in your ear buds and crank up the MTG and suddenly you’re in another place – a place of faith and freedom and patriotism. And you don’t have to listen to anyone else – it’ll just be you and me and America. Come join me on my MTG adventure!
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