Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green, R-Gaya, not to be taken seriously, Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., Told “Your World” on Thursday.

House Democrats had the possibility to cast their votes on the House Budget Committee and House Education and Labor Committee, and on social media postings citing conspiracy theories including support for violence against mass Democrats and mass school shootings. Staged.

SEN. Bill Cassidy, R-LA: I will leave the voters and the House. I am a senator, but at any time I tell someone with a straight face that A. Jewish family set up laser beam To start a fire in California and those who spread, you must first say, ‘Wait, is this like satire?’ And then when you realize that it has been said seriously, that person should not be taken seriously. So the need for a conservative movement is greater than ever as we see what is coming out of the White House. And I think it’s time for us to be very serious, not to listen to something that is unknown.

Regret is different from deciding. You must disobey, you should condemn. You have to say, ‘This is not a part of me and not a part of our movement’, and there can be no thought, and no one else. This fueled anti-Semitism. It should not be a part of any party. This fountain of laughter! Starting a wildfire from outer space? This is not something that is going to address the problems of the country… We have got some big problems in our country, big problems, and we have worked together to achieve them. And we need a conservative voice to give serious arguments about moving forward, which is good about our country. Being distracted like that is harmful to our conservative movement [and] Harmful to our country. “

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Representing the 14th Congressional District of Georgia ahead of his election in 2020, Green was already investigating for his previous support of the QAnon conspiracies and for suggesting Muslims. Not in government. During an interview with Granthshala News in August, Green insisted that she moved on from Qiyeon, “I decided I’d choose my path.”

On Thursday, before a House vote to remove him from the committees, Green said on the House floor that he regretted his previous statements on QAnon conspiracy theories and insisted that they did not represent his current beliefs.

“These were words from the past, and these things do not represent me,” Green said. “They do not represent my district, and they do not represent my values.”

Green sought to present himself in the House as a “very regular American” who did not trust the government and the media and went on a wrong path with the QAnon conspiracies that he now regrets.