DrRepublican Congressman Marjorie Taylor Green compared the mask requirement in the US House of Representatives with the Holocaust, and thus aroused outrage. Greene – an ardent supporter of the former president Donald Trump – He had a mask requirement The true voice of the sender to America Associated with the duty to wear a Jewish star, saying, “You know, we can look back at a time in history when people were required to wear a gold star and were definitely treated like second-class citizens, to the point that they were boarded in trains and taken to gas chambers in Nazi Germany.”
Green defended her words over the weekend. She said, “I didn’t say anything wrong.” Station 12 news. “I believe that every reasonable Jew hates what was happening in Nazi Germany, and that every sane Jew hates what happens to the requirements of an arrogant mask.” Green was asked to do soTo apologize. “You can never compare health-related restrictions to yellow stars, gas chambers, and other Nazi atrocities.”
Anger between Democrats and Republicans
Greene’s words were met with ire from Democrats and Republicans. The Republican congressman and critic of Trump wrote, “This is bad craze.” Liz Cheney on Twitter. Democratic Congressman Jim McGovern described Green’s systematic killing of 6 million people was “more than disturbing.” Jewish Compared to wearing a mask. He demanded Green’s resignation.
The CDC recently released new guidelines that wearing masks is no longer necessary, even indoors, due to advances in the vaccination campaign. The speaker is a Democrat Nancy PelosiSo far, the mask condition has not been lifted in the Parliament with regard to unvaccinated members of Parliament, and Green, in her recent statements, described Pelosi as “insane”.
According to a CNN mid-month survey, all Democratic members of Congress were vaccinated against Covid-19 at the time, but less than half of Republicans are in the House of Representatives. Savannah Morning News From Georgia, Green State reported at the end of March that the representative did not want to be vaccinated. Green, 46, has openly promoted QAnon conspiracy theories in the past. Its supporters believe, for example, that Trump tried to expose the systematic abuse of children by the satanic politicians of American Democrats.