Marjorie Taylor Greene appears to step in a special controversy every week. However the final week has been notably galling for the Georgia Republican. After being roundly criticized for evaluating masks carrying to the Holocaust, she doubled down on these feedback on Tuesday.
And Greene has left Republicans in a decent spot. Early on in her profession, she was stripped of her committee assignments. At this level, there are few methods to punish her. However Adam Kinzinger, a Republican colleague, has some concepts.
The Illinois Rep. informed Politico:
“You’ll be able to’t cease any person from calling themselves a Republican. What we are able to do as a celebration is take a stand and say you don’t belong in our convention. That’s what I feel we must always do. I feel we must always kick her out of the convention, forestall her from coming to convention conferences, benefiting from convention supplies.”
Kinzinger continued, “[Kevin McCarthy] clearly has the flexibility to take away individuals from management or take away individuals from the convention. I hope he does.”
Thus far, McCarthy has considerably defended the controversial Georgia lawmaker. He mentioned on Tuesday, “Marjorie is unsuitable, and her intentional determination to check the horrors of the Holocaust with carrying masks is appalling. Let me be clear: the Home Republican Convention condemns this language.”
Greene paid again McCarthy’s condemnation by retweeting a message that referred to the Home Minority Chief as a “feckless c*nt.” She deleted the message quickly afterwards.
Marjorie Taylor Greene praises a tweet calling Kevin McCarthy a “moron” and a “feckless c**t” pic.twitter.com/BCzEQXLYn4
— Andrew Solender (@AndrewSolender) Could 25, 2021
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