Marjorie Taylor Greene says the bill will “prevent Hate America flags from flying over American embassies.” The GOP has a strange way of celebrating the first day of Pride month
Why can't our norm-breakers be a little more inspiring and a little less exhausting?
Late-night hosts were unimpressed with the Georgia congresswoman’s apology for comparing pandemic restrictions to the Holocaust.
The Independent noted one particular revelation from Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's (R-GA) latest attack on Dr. Anthony Fauci — she refuses to admit whether or not she's been vaccinated against the COVID-19 vaccine.
On Monday, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene “apologized” for comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust, a sentence that cannot be written without the proper scare quotes. This is to say: While Greene technically uttered the words “I’d like to apologize” and “I’m very sorry” during the press conference, it would be foolish
The conservative firebrand says it is important for her to acknowledge her "offensive remarks".
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene apologized Monday for likening mask and vaccination mandates to anti-Jewish laws enforced by Nazi Germany during the Holocaust.
The representative added to her long list of controversial statements.
The Republican congresswoman has long taken issue with a mandate requiring face coverings be warn in the lower chamber of Congress.
We cannot turn a blind eye to this growing threat. For if we do, one thing's for certain: Online hate and its political power will only continue to grow, threatening American democracy.
Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) defended the intelligence of controversial Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) during a Saturday afternoon appearance on CNN.