As far as I can tell, everyone (pretty much literally) has taken a stance on the Qrazy Lady:
- Republican leaders put Greene on the education committee— this same week that we learned that she has declared that the Parkland shootings were a false-flag operation by gun-grabbers and bullied a Parkland survivor.
- Speaker Pelosi dragged Republicans for this, and said that Congress would need to adopt heightened security measures because the enemy is within the House of Representatives.
- The parents of kids killed in school shootings have called for Greene’s removal from Congress.
- Jewish groups have called for her removal after she spread antisemitic and racist conspiracy theories, including accusing [checks notes] “Rothschild Inc” of starting a deadly forest fire with laser beams from space.
- Jen Psaki (White House press secretary): “We don’t want to elevate conspiracy theories further in the briefing room, so I’m going to leave it at that.”
Greene, of course, has climbed onto the cross and started fund-raising on all of this. As one does.
She’s not the fringe, she’s reflecting the party itself, and she’s not alone:
- Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) is linked to the “Stop the Steal” campaign, ie, the Stupid Coup.
- Rep. Lauren Boebert (Q-CO) gave tours of the capitol complex the day before the Stupid Coup.
- Sentient hair gel Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) appeared at an event with the Proud Boys who, you know, were there to provide security.
- Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) hangs out with the Oath Keepers militia (whose members later attacked the Capitol during the Stupid Coup), and told the group,
“We’re in [a civil war]. We just haven’t started shooting at each other yet.”
What can we deduce from all of this? Well, that it’s A-OK with Republicans.