Firebrand Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene exchanged screams and harsh phrases with Democrats gathering on the Capitol steps for a press convention proper after the Home handed a invoice to guard abortion rights on Friday.
Greene, leaving the Home chamber for votes, walked previous the Democrats and began yelling at them about their place on abortion.
“Killing a child up till beginning shouldn’t be a proper. That’s not healthcare,” Greene mentioned.
California Democratic Rep. Pete Aguilar, vice chairman of the Home Democratic Caucus, mentioned to Greene: “You’re performative.”
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“No, you’re performative,” Greene responded. “You must all be ashamed.”
Michigan Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingell, who noticed the change, then yelled at Greene to have civility.
“Killing a child up till beginning is a scarcity of civility,” Greene responded. “It’s known as homicide.”
Greene mentioned there’s a “lack of legal guidelines,” mentioning a flood of migrants on the southern border.
Dingell responded that there are “a number of legal guidelines we observe.”
“You must observe the fundamental factor you’re taught in church: Respect your neighbor,” Dingell mentioned.
“Taught in church? Are you kidding me? Attempt being a Christian and supporting life,” Greene shot again.
“You attempt being a Christian, and check out treating your colleagues decently,” Dingell mentioned.
Dingell appeared to lose her stability barely on the steps earlier than catching herself.
“Watch your step, you are gonna fall down,” Greene mentioned. “Management your self.”
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Friday’s screaming match provides to a string of confrontations between Greene and Democrats in and across the halls of Congress.
In January, Greene mentioned Democratic Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri “berated” her for not carrying a masks in a tunnel whereas Greene was livestreaming on Fb. Bush had claimed that it was Greene who “berated” her and her employees after which later moved her workplace to be able to get additional away from Greene.
In Could, Greene confronted Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, asking her as they exited the Home chamber: “Why do you help terrorists and antifa?”