QAnon Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene's Hollywood backer who donated thousands says she's 'throwing a temper tantrum'
QANON Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene's Hollywood backer who donated thousands to her campaign has told her to "grow up and move on".
LA-based producer Alander Pulliam has accused the Republican congresswoman of "throwing a temper tantrum" as he turns his back on her.
He says the conspiracy-loving 46-year-old, who drafted articles of impeachment for president Joe Biden the day he took office, needs to "let it go".
"Once Trump left office and Joe Biden came in, at that moment you should've moved on and let it go," he told the Daily Beast.
"It’s like a temper tantrum and I don’t want to be a part of someone throwing a temper tantrum.
"Let it go, move on, grow up. You’re a grown woman"
Pulliam originally donated $15,000 to Greene the day after the 2020 election, not realising it exceeded federal campaign contribution limits, after her role in the 'Stop the Steal' campaign caught his attention.
"It wasn’t so much that I thought the election was rigged,” Pulliam said.
"I followed her in that fight to make sure everything is done fair."
In a phone call with Greene, which Pulliam published on YouTube, the Georgia rep can be heard thanking him for the donation and explaining why he would be refunded $6,600.
But Pulliam said he was expecting more than just a thank-you from her.
He added: "When I donate, I don’t really expect anything in return but I do expect you to be responsive.
"I feel like if I out money into something, I should be a part of it."
In the end,the self-described entrepreneur gave $5,000 each to Greene's leadership PAC and the Stop Socialism Now committee, and smaller sums to the campaign.
According to the Georgia Recorder, the 32-year-old now regrets donating after Greene stopped responding to him
Pulliam told the paper: "She made it seem like I gave her just everything and I just fulfilled the dream that she needed to be fulfilled — and I didn’t get anything.
"I can’t even get a tweet. For $15,000 you would think I could get a text message back or something."
Pulliam has launched a bid for the presidency himself, and has established a committee to run as an independent conservative.
He said he hoped to work with Greene on something like a campaign event.
Pulliam told the Recorder: "I feel like, you know, I donated to someone and they had no intentions of really tendering or delivering what they said."
"When I tried to call her back she never picked up, and all of a sudden someone else reached out like, ‘Oh I’m reaching out on behalf of,’ you know?
"I’m like, ‘Okay, well she said she was going to answer my phone call and do a little bit of stuff with me, but that never happened.’"
It comes after a newly unearthed social media post showed Greene peddling a conspiracy theory that wild fires in California were caused by a Jewish-controlled space laser.
The latest post, one of several where Greene blatantly backs bizarre conspiracy theories, says that 2018 wildfires were connected to the Rothschild family and former California Gov Jerry Brown
Media Matters resurfaced the now-deleted Facebook post, where Georgia Rep Greene said there are "too many coincidences to ignore" regarding the cause of the deadly fires.
A series of Greene's pro-conspiracy posts have been unearthed in recent weeks, including a video of her chasing down Parkland high school shooting survivor, David Hogg, to harass him over his gun law stance.
She's also known to support the bizarre QAnon conspiracy theory, though she has tried to publicly distance herself from Q supporters since getting elected last year.
QAnon is an unfounded theory that claims Donald Trump was fighting a "deep state" of political, entertainment and other media elites who were involved in a global child abuse network.
Meanwhile, Greene sparked a new row over her political style by ousting an invited reporter from a town hall meeting and threatening her with arrest.
The controversial Republican has been accused of ‘hypocrisy’ and ‘unacceptable’ behaviour after the journalist was threatened with arrest for trying to ask a question during the town hall event in Dalton, GA.
The reporter was rebuffed by Rep. Greene, before staff demanded she and her team leave the public event Wednesday, which they were accredited to attend.
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