Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is once again in the spotlight as a video has emerged of her harassing Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg over his alleged “George Soros funding.” This comes just one day after she was discovered to have endorsed executing political rivals on social media.

Greene, a recent Republican arrival to the House, has sparked controversy at a breakneck pace with constant inflammatory remarks pushing conspiracy theories. An investigation by CNN published Tuesday found she had encouraged posts in 2018 and 2019 calling for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to be shot in the head, and for former President Barack Obama and former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to be hanged.

Greene, 46, has said many people were in charge of managing her social media profiles at the time.

Now she’s being lambasted online for an unearthed video in which she appears to follow and harass Parkland shooting survivor and gun control activist David Hogg, accusing him of being paid by billionaire philanthropist George Soros and trying to goad him into a political debate.

The video, The Hill reports, was posted by Fred Guttenberg, a father of a student killed in the shooting.

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, which saw the death of 17 students and faculty, has been a fixation of Greene’s since it occurred in 2018. Just a week before the Hogg clip surfaced, she was in the spotlight for previously agreeing with online commenters who called the shooting a “false flag” and a “planned shooting,” implying it was a disinformation project designed to restrict gun rights. 

“You’re attacking our second amendment,” Greene says in the footage. “He’s paid to do this. They’re funding all of this stuff.”

Hogg, 20, has defended himself with humor, asking on Twitter on Wednesday where he can find his alleged millions in Soros money. 

Other politicians and activists haven't been as understanding.

While many calls for Greene to step down or be removed from office have emerged following the discovery of her past comments, Republican leadership has yet to take steps to curb the controversy surrounding their new colleague. 

In response to the publication of Greene’s social media endorsements of executing political opponents, a spokesperson for Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy spoke out.

"These comments are deeply disturbing and Leader McCarthy plans to have a conversation with the Congresswoman about them," spokesperson Mark Bednar told Axios.

Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene's Twitter account was suspended after she repeated allegations of fraud in the US presidential election Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene's Twitter account was suspended after she repeated allegations of fraud in the presidential election. Photo: POOL / ERIN SCOTT