The San Francisco Republican party welcomes the crackpot QAnon Georgia congressional rep for their Saturday, November 6 dinner, but her unknown vaccination status may be forcing them to hold the event outside city limits.
Georgia congressperson Marjorie Taylor Green does not sit on any House committees, has zero legislative influence, and her role in government is just to pull stunts and create shocking headlines. That makes her the perfect guest speaker for the nominally relevant San Francisco Republican Party, who it appears have booked Taylor Greene to speak at their Saturday, November 6 dinner.
This is the same representative Marjorie Taylor Green who claimed that the 2018 Camp Fire was caused by Jewish space lasers.
The above screenshot does not lend a great deal of detail, other than the date and time of the event. But it also shows the ticket prices; $175 a pop for a regular attendee, $300 for VIP seating, “Head Table Seating” for $400 a seat, and a table of 10 for $1,400.
Ominously, it notes “Location will be provided after RSVP.” So they have to see your money before they tell you the event’s location.
It is keeping the location in northern San Mateo County under wraps for ticket holders until two days prior of the event. Because Taylor Greene doesn’t disclose her #COVID19 vaccination status, it can’t be held in San Francisco County do to its indoor vaccine mandate— Matthew S. Bajko (@politicalnotes) October 20, 2021
The Bay Area Reporter’s Matthew Bajko obtained what appears to be a separate flyer for the same event, and makes an excellent point — since Taylor Greene will not disclose her vaccination status, she could not be admitted to an indoor event in San Francisco. The flyer Bajko obtained notes a”Northern San Mateo location to be disclosed 48 hours prior to event,” so they may be skirting the requirement by having the event outside S.F. city limits.
It could also be at a private residence, like the Ron DiSantis fundraiser hosted by Recall Chesa Boudin backer David Sacks. After all, given the choice of speaker, it likely likely that ignoring COVID-19 precautions will not only be a topic du jour, but also actively practiced by health guideline-ignoring attendees.
And hey, it would probably be a Republican badge of honor to be able to say “I got COVID-19 from Marjorie Taylor Greene! herself!”
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PERRY, GA - SEPTEMBER 25: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) greets supporters at a rally featuring former US President Donald Trump on September 25, 2021 in Perry, Georgia. Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker, Georgia Secretary of State candidate Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA), and Georgia Lieutenant Gubernatorial candidate State Sen. Burt Jones (R-GA) also appeared as guests at the rally. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images)