Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene’s husband? Meet Perry Greene

Jane Corscadden January 5, 2021
Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene’s husband? Meet Perry Greene
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Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene’s husband? The Republican freshman refused to wear a mask during her swearing-in ceremony on Sunday, leading to arguments in the House Of Representatives. The media attention garnered by this incident, and by her recent election win, has prompted the public’s curiosity about Rep. Taylor Greene and her life with husband Perry Greene.

Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene’s husband?

Marjorie Taylor Greene is married to Perry Greene.

The couple actually celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on 11 August – the day of the Republican primary run-off.

The pair live in Georgia and have three children.

Perry Greene graduated from the University Of Georgia’s Terry College Of Business in 1996 with a degree in accounting. He then began his career as an accountant at Ernst & Young.

Following this, Greene began working at Taylor Construction, a building contractor business in Alpharetta, Georgia. He was hired as their general manager in 1997.

By 1999, he was the company’s president, and remains in that position to this day.

Perry Greene’s social media presence is limited. However, he does regularly share posts supporting his wife’s career.

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Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene?

Marjorie Taylor Greene is the US representative for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District.

She has been viewed as a controversial character due to opinions she has voiced and to her support for the far-right conspiracy theory, QAnon.

QAnon is a baseless theory that gained prominence in the US in August 2020. Its followers believe a cabal of Satan-worshipping Democrats, Hollywood celebrities and billionaires run the world and that President Trump is waging a secret battle against this cabal and “deep state” collaborators.

However, Marjorie Taylor Greene has attempted to distance herself from any associations with supporting QAnon.

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Jane is a freelance journalist from Belfast, Northern Ireland specialising in news, culture and politics. She studied Politics at Queen’s University Belfast before completing a Journalism MA at the University of Ulster. Always trawling social media and keeping up to date with the latest trends and crazes, her main interest lies in digital culture and internet trends.