Ms Greene, who represents Georgia’s 14th Congressional District, posted a video of letters from her supporters stuck to the walls outside her office in Washington DC.
“I am so grateful for all the beautiful letters I receive every day from great people across America! It’s the best welcome in my office in Washington seeing some of them right at the front door, ”she wrote. “Thank you for your prayers and support! “
The weak mail is difficult to distinguish in the video. However, some of the messages can be deciphered, including a reading: “Thank you for all you do for the country”.
Since her election to the House of Representatives in January, Ms Greene has gained a well-established reputation for many reasons: her ties to the conspiracy theory group QAnon, appearing to defend those who participated in the attempted coup d’etat. January 6 and its anti-covid security measures rhetoric, among other controversies.
Earlier this month, her Twitter account was suspended for a week after sharing misinformation about vaccines, saying vaccines “failed” for her more than 436,000 followers.
Ms Greene’s fan mail display met many users, highlighting how childish it felt to them. Many said it reminded them of a kindergarten classroom and not the decor of an elected American.
One user wrote: “How unprofessional. Is it kindergarten? “
“It looks like a kindergarten art piece on a refrigerator. All that’s missing are gold stars and sparks, ”Lee Roblatt tweeted.
“It looks like a preschool,” said Jo Connor.
“Isn’t that what the entrance to a kindergarten class looks like?” Enough said, ”Marie B Jump tweeted.
“Sorta reminds you of a kindergarten, doesn’t it,” said Jane Dymond.
Other people asked if Ms Greene had any other issues that she needed to bring to her attention.
Roger Wallace responded, “COVID Crisis in Georgia Hospitals Includes Nursing Shortage,” as well as an article on the covid crisis in his home state of Georgia.
As of August 19, 89% of intensive care beds were full and an estimated 4,850 people were receiving hospital treatment for the coronavirus, according to reports.
“Ask all professionals? Kathleen Flatley wrote. “Do you have time to mess around on the first day you return from vacation, or are there too many important things to catch up on?” “