Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's gun giveaway features prominently in Second Amendment rally

Photo provided by Marjorie Taylor Greene campaign / Northwest Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene poses for a photo with with Kentuckian Don Ahlman and the .50 caliber rifle he won as part of a fundraiser for her campaign.

ROME, Ga. - Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene's recent gun giveaway slammed President Joe Biden's administration for its withdrawal from Afghanistan, celebrated the Second Amendment and also raised money for her re-election campaign. And if that wasn't enough, the video of her blowing up a baby-blue electric Prius labeled "socialism" with the powerful .50-caliber rifle brought more buzz and media attention from both her fans and detractors.

Even several weeks after the contest ended and the .50-caliber rifle was awarded, Greene's gun giveaway remained a prominent feature of the Congresswoman's "Shall not be Infringed" Second Amendment and American freedoms rally held in Rome last weekend.

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Footage from the car shooting was part of the video played to pump up the crowd before she spoke.