People Are Laughing At Marjorie Taylor Greene's Wildly Inaccurate Declaration Of Independence Tweet

Ah, yes, the Declaration of Independence. It's probably the most important document in American history.

Declaration of Independence document dated July 4, 1776, with a partial view of an American flag in the background
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Well, Marjorie Taylor Greene is once again going viral for tweeting something that wasn't, well, real.

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She posted a tweet on July 5, mentioning the age of the people who signed the Declaration, and it's... not right.

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Here's the tweet:

Twitter: @RepMTG

In case you didn't notice, six of the eight people she posted didn't actually sign the Declaration of Independence.

Fact-check note stating that James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, James Monroe, Aaron Burr, Paul Revere, and George Washington did not sign the Declaration of Independence

Well, needless to say, people are having a field day with this post.

Twitter: @Possessionista

"Someone get Lin Manuel on the phone and let him know he left some scenes out," this person joked.

Twitter: @mqriggins

"How did you forget Johnny Appleseed, Paul Bunyan, and Ronald Reagan?" Republican representative Jack Kimble clapped back.

Twitter: @RepJackKimble

I guess we can use this as a history lesson for us all!

Twitter: @RickLenzie


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