Marjorie Taylor Greene says she was 'swatted' for second night in a row

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) announced Thursday morning she was "swatted" at her home in Rome, Georgia, for a second night in a row.

The firebrand congresswoman said she had been "swatted again" at around 2:53 a.m. Thursday

This was confirmed by law enforcement hours later.

"Swatting" is a form of targeted harassment.

It happens when someone reports an emergency situation in order to have police sent to a person's residence.

It has also led to dangerous situations in which people have been killed.

Rome Police say it will investigate and that it is working alongside Capitol Police.

The person who made the false report used a virtual private network to shield the original location.

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