Marjorie Taylor Greene net worth |Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) was a constant critic of Internet companies like Facebook for censoring and suppressing Republicans who suppressed pro-trump. She campaigned for an undertaking to fight what she named after being elected to Congress as “Silicon Valley Cartel.”
Greene’s anti-technology position on Capitol Hill was considerably reinforced during her first two months. Shortly after its introduction, however, she suddenly diverted large investment interests from the very firms she so loudly attacked – thereby making a sleek profit.
Greene and her husband sold shares in Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon on January 20 for between $49,000 and $210,000 in their most recent form of financial disclosure released on Feb. 19.
The amount that Greene and her husband Perry gained from the shares of each firm is uncertain, since Congressional filings offer only a wide range of valuations, but the four technological stocks may have been worth as much as $65,000. Some claims were held by the couple together, while her husband had others entirely.
Greene’s only other financial disclosure form, presented as a candidate by May 2020, distributes Apple stock in collective or spousal ownership of up to €65,000, Facebook stock for up to $30,000, Amazon stocks for $30,000 and Google shares for up to $15,000. In January, the couple took advantage of selling their property, the official form referring to capital gains above $200, although the actual amount is uncertain.