Marjorie Taylor Greene: Satan hates women because he can’t have babies
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) told a group of women Sunday that Satan hated them because they could have babies.
While appearing at Turning Point USA's Young Women's Leadership Conference, Greene told her version of the biblical creation myth.
"Ladies, you have a great enemy," Greene said. "And it hates you because of who you are. Because you're a woman."
"You see, if you pay close attention to scripture, all the way back in Genesis, it talks about the creation of everything we see, know, feel, hear, everything that exists," she continued. "And it talks about the creation of man and woman. And in Genesis, the Bible tells us that God created us, man and woman, in his image he created us."
According to Greene, God created woman because man was "lonely."
"And when God noticed that man was lonely, he took a rib from the man, Adam, and created woman. Now, woman was different than man. Woman was not the same. Human, yes, but different in amazing ways. Woman Eve, she's beautiful, absolutely stunning," she explained.
But Greene claimed Satan was "jealous" of woman.
"Satan, known to be a fallen angel, he was known to be beautiful as well," she opined. "That was the thing about him. And that's what gave him all the pride within himself, is he wanted to be the most beautiful one."
"That's why Satan hates you," Greene added. "There's another reason why Satan hates women, is because women can do something Satan cannot do, and he wants to be able to do... Satan cannot create life, but women can."
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