Marjorie Taylor Greene testifies as part of a legal challenge to her candidacy

Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Georgia Republican, testifies in an Atlanta court on Friday for a hearing.

voters filed a challenge, claiming she shouldn't be allowed to run for reelection because of her role before to the attack on the US Capitol.

Greene was in front of an administrative law judge because a handful of voters in her district, represented by a nonprofit called Free Speech For People,

While on the witness stand, the congresswoman reiterated baseless claims about election fraud, and repeatedly said that her charged rhetoric ahead of Jan.

Lawyers with Free Speech For People are leaning on a provision in the U.S. Constitution that forbids any member of Congress involved in an insurrection from serving in office.

It's a section of the 14th Amendment, passed in the years after the Civil War to prevent former Confederates from returning to their seats in Congress.

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