Controversial Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has made startling claims that Democrats want former President Donald Trump "dead" and that he might be "murdered" if sentenced to prison. Her comments, made during an interview with Infowars host Alex Jones on Monday, have sparked outrage and raised concerns about the current state of political discourse in the United States.

Greene, a staunch supporter of Trump and his MAGA movement, alleged that President Joe Biden and the Democrats "literally want [Trump] dead" and that they "are not going to back off of what they are doing." She cited Trump's ongoing legal woes, including his current criminal trial in New York City, where he has pleaded not guilty to 34 felony counts of falsifying business records.

"He's putting all he has into trying to win the election," Greene told Jones. "But you also got to remember, at the same time he's trying to run for president again, he's having to put everything he has into defending himself against these rigged trials and this unbelievable perversion of our justice system."

The Georgia lawmaker went on to claim that a recent bill introduced by Democratic House Rep. Bennie Thompson, which would strip convicted felons like Trump of their Secret Service protections, was further proof that the Democrats "want President Trump dead."

"They want to lock him up in jail for the rest of his life, so that he dies in jail, and they want to take away his Secret Service protection so that he is murdered somewhere in jail, possibly," Greene asserted. "This is how serious they are."

Jones, a controversial figure known for promoting conspiracy theories, stoked fears further by claiming that Democrats would "literally come after the Trump supporters" if the former president does not win the White House in November. "They've said it," Jones claimed. "They're literally going to come after the Trump supporters and the people that are seen as the opposition to the globalist plan."

The comments made by Greene and Jones have drawn sharp criticism from political opponents and analysts, who argue that such rhetoric is dangerous and irresponsible. Many have called for a return to more civil and substantive political discourse, focusing on the issues that matter most to the American people.

Democratic leaders have dismissed Greene's claims as baseless and inflammatory, emphasizing that the legal proceedings against Trump are being conducted fairly and in accordance with the rule of law. They have also stressed that the proposed bill to strip convicted felons of Secret Service protection is not targeted specifically at Trump, but rather applies to any former president or other protected individual who is convicted of a serious crime.