Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., spurred fresh outrage online after she launched a scathing attack on two Gen Z political activists who asked the Congresswoman about gun safety legislation. In the video she tweeted, Greene appeared to kick one of them, an 18-year-old girl walking right in front of her, and told another to "go back" to his country.

Greene double-downed on her actions by sharing a video of the interaction with her followers on Twitter. She claimed one of them was a paid political activist, and collectively called the duo cowards.

"These foolish cowards want the government to take away guns & the rights of parents to defend their children in schools. You have to be an idiot to think gun control will create a utopian society where criminals disarm themselves and obey the law. 'Gun-free' zones kill people," she wrote sharing a video of the activists.

Mayer shared a video of his interaction with Greene where he told her "you're helping kids get shot at school". The heated back and forth between them continued and Greene told him "go move to another country where they take away your guns," and called him a "paid activist."

The two activists -- Santiago Mayer and Marianna Pecora -- are of Mexican descent and social media is brimming with hatred towards the politico who appeared to be directing online heat toward the young activists just as the National Hispanic History Month, observed from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, begins.

Greene reposted Mayer's video, writing, "Just like I said, he's a paid political activist, who just so happens to be blessed to have immigrated to our great country. He should respect and be grateful for American freedoms, like our 2A, instead of trying to destroy them. If he doesn't like it, he can go back."

Pecora shared a video that appeared to show the Congresswoman kicking her leg more than once and then asking her to get out of her way. "Started out Hispanic Heritage Month by getting kicked by @RepMTG. I've never been prouder to be a Mexican-American," Pecora wrote on her Twitter page.

However, it can be noted that a video taken from another angle, also shared by Pecora, appears to show that Greene herself almost tripped as the teen seemed to unintentionally block her path.

Greene's interaction with the activists representing the organization "Voters Of Tomorrow" has angered Twitter users, with some even calling for strict action against her.

"Now you're kicking people like a mean little girl? Thanks for posting the evidence. Be prepared for battery charges!" read a tweet.

"It sure looks like you kicked Marianna Pecora. Pretty sure that's assault. I hope she files a lawsuit against you," tweeted another.

"You assaulted a member of the press by kicking her, several times, and you tweeted the video, which is evidence of the crime. You really believe you're above the law, don't you? BTW, what laws did you violate that made you ask for a pardon?

"You're a bully and a hateful, belligerent woman as you've shown on more than one occasion. You are an embarrassment to the office you hold and a stain on America," an irate user tweeted.

Greene was also reminded of the time she heckled Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg. In a video from March 2019 that went viral in January 2021, Greene was seen following Hogg who was walking toward the U.S. Capitol.

She called him a "coward" after Hogg ignored her baseless claims and questions related to gun rights. She claimed he was funded by billionaire George Soros who is often at the center of conspiracy theories woven by conservatives and Republicans. "He can't say one word because he can't defend his stance," she had said.

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