While the House of Representatives voted to hold Steve Bannon in Contempt of Congress, QAnon Darling Marjorie Taylor Green confronted Representatives Liz Cheney and Jamie Raskin.
According to CNN, the conversation devolved into MTG accusing Raskin of not investigating Black Lives Matter protesters and Cheney being ‘a joke.’ Rep. Cheney shot back and reminded EmptyG about her comments on “Jewish space lasers.”
Details: “This is a joke,” Greene said on the House floor, presumably about the vote. “Why don’t you care about the American people?” she asked Raskin, a member of House Jan. 6 Select Committee.
“You represent the American people,” he responded.
“You represent Congress,” Greene replied.
At that point, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), one of two Republicans who sit on the select committee, said something unintelligible.
Greene replied to Cheney: “You’re done. You’re a joke, Liz. Your party rejected you.”
Cheney responded that Greene was a joke, and asked whether she needed to be focusing on her “anti-Semitic space lasers,” a source familiar with the conversation told Axios.
Greene replied that she’d never said that.
Greene said later in a statement to Axios: “Democrat Liz Cheney, Russia hoaxer [Rep.] Adam Schiff [D-Calif.] and disheveled Jamie Raskin were giggling together and patting each other on the back in the well of the House. I had to let them know that their J6 witch hunt committee is an absolute joke.”
The audio is pretty much nonexistent but the hand gestures show an incident occured with the Maskless MTG:
But wait! There’s more!
After the incident on the House floor, EmptyG apologized to Steve Bannon for how badly those big, meanies
Socialists and RINOS committee members treated him:
San Francisco GOP is hosting Marjorie Taylor Greene, whose vaccination status complicates plans
During a House Judiciary hearing, Chairman Nadler had to remind these Maskless MAGAts to wear a mask:
And speaking of Maskless MAGAts:
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) shared a nickname for himself and two other Donald Trump-adoring extremists on Thursday, appearing to band them together as a right-wing alternative to the group of progressive House lawmakers known as “The Squad.”
“The Pro-America Squad,” Gaetz wrote on Twitter about this photo of himself, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) watching a House Judiciary Committee hearing:Yahoo News: