Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Targeted in Billboards Paid for by Republican Group

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is among a dozen GOP lawmakers targeted in billboards paid for by an anti-Trump Republican group.

The billboards from the Republican Accountability Project (RAP), a group formed by critics of former president Donald Trump earlier this month, call for the resignation of congressional Republicans, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Sens. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, after the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6.

All of the lawmakers targeted voted against certifying Joe Biden's election victory just hours after a pro-Trump mob stormed and ransacked the Capitol.

New billboard in Rome, Georgia: pic.twitter.com/OWBKcKZbPb

— Charles Bethea (@charlesbethea) January 30, 2021

The billboard campaign cost $1 million and is targeting lawmakers who were "most irresponsible" in the aftermath of the 2020 election, according to the RAP.

"You lied about the election. The Capitol was attacked. Rep. Greene: Resign," the billboards about Greene, who represents Georgia's 14th congressional district, say.

Greene has also come under fire this week over past social media posts that revealed she engaged with conspiracy theories and backed executing Democratic lawmakers, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

This weekend, she apparently responded to the billboards calling for her resignation on social media.

"Perpetual warmongering, pro-abortion Democrats like Bill Kristol are not welcome in the GOP," she wrote on Twitter. "These America Last globalists are clinging to relevance because the People have rejected them."

Kristol, one of the Trump critics leading the RAP, shared the tweet along with a picture of the billboard.

Proud to be part of the Republican Accountability Project.
Proud that @mtgreenee is alarmed that @AccountableGOP is calling out her lies and lunacy.
And proud not to be welcome in Rep. Greene's GOP. A party that welcomes and supports her isn't one I'd want to be part of. https://t.co/DyBuhHfzlb pic.twitter.com/vtrTQIhf14

— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) January 30, 2021

"Proud to be part of the Republican Accountability Project," Kristol added. "Proud that @mtgreenee is alarmed that @AccountableGOP is calling out her lies and lunacy. And proud not to be welcome in Rep. Greene's GOP. A party that welcomes and supports her isn't one I'd want to be part of."

Earlier this month, Kristol said the group would raise and spend $50 million to help re-elect GOP lawmakers who hold Trump accountable for inciting an attack on the Capitol, and against those who continue to lie about widespread election fraud.

The lawmakers featured in the billboard campaign were those "who are the most enthusiastic about lying to their constituencies about the election being stolen," Sarah Longwell, executive director of the RAP, told Politico.

"The goal is to not allow these officials to memory-hole the fact that they pushed this lie, which incited the attack on the Capitol."

The billboards will be placed in each House member's district, she said, while multiple cities in Texas and Missouri will have billboards targeting Cruz and Hawley.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) with her "Trump Won" face mask pulled down during speaks to a colleague on the new year's opening session on January 3, in Washington, D.C. Erin Scott-Pool/Getty Images