Hacking group Anonymous warns Marjorie Taylor Greene about ‘Russian asset’

Popular Twitter account “Anonymous” warned that the story “will not be kind” to “Russian Trump” representative Marjorie Taylor Greene.

The notorious account of the hacktivist group with 7.9 million followers, which is waging a ‘cyberwar’ against Russia amid its invasion of Ukraine, has sent a disturbing message to the MP, who has been accused of being a “useful idiot” for Russian President Vladimir Putin. .

“Russian Trump Marjorie Taylor Greene will go down in history as one of the dumbest politicians of all time. History won’t be kind to you, and neither will we,” the account tweeted Thursday, along with of a hashtag for Anonymous.

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The tweet came in response to Greene chastising Bill Kristol, editor of the rampart, who accused her of recommending “betting against America”.

Greene, an incendiary Republican from Georgia, described Putin’s actions in Ukraine as “despicable” and “wicked”. The congresswoman also warned against direct US involvement and criticized President Joe Biden’s approach to foreign conflict. Particular comments from Greene, such as attributing Biden’s “failed leadership” to the war and portraying the conflict as one in which “peace accords have been routinely violated by both sides,” leads the retired lieutenant-colonel from the army. Alexander Vindman and Rep. Liz Cheney calling her a “useful idiot” for Putin and the Kremlin.

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Anonymous, which has several social media accounts associated with the hacker group, claimed responsibility for disable russian websitesbroadcasting video footage of the war in Ukraine on Russian state television and hacking into a Russian censorship agency while publish 360,000 files.

“Anonymous proved to be a very capable group that penetrated high-value targets, records and databases in the Russian Federation,” wrote Jeremiah Fowler, co-founder of cybersecurity firm Security Discovery, in a blog post summarizing a review of cyberattacks against Russia.

Michael J. Birnbaum