Marjorie Taylor Greene tried to honor the Confederacy but was a complete failure.

By Sakshi

 Oct 20,2022

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) attempted to commemorate the Confederacy by visiting a monument last week, 

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but she didn't take the time to look at the signs in front of her to see there was actually a memorial dedicated to Union soldiers.

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"Tonight I visited the Wilder Monument in Chickamauga, GA in honor of The Confederate members from the Wilder Brigade," Greene wrote on Truth Social,

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the Twitter-like platform which Donald Trump owns. "I will forever defend our country's history!"

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The actress also posted a clip in which she claimed that she had climbed the 136 staircases to the summit of the tower.

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It was the Wilder Brigade, though, that was part of the Union Army and was made up of regiments of Indiana as well as Illinois. 

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It was involved during the Battle of Chickamauga in northwestern Georgia in 1863. Afterward, in 1890, 

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a number of former officers of the brigade began discussing plans for the idea of a monument to the Chickamauga battlefield in honor of Union general John T. Wilder.

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