On Thursday, the House passed a resolution removing Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) from her committee assignments. 

The House passed H. Res. 72, which strips Greene of her committee assignments in the lower chamber of Congress. The resolution passed with 230 votes in favor and 199 votes against. 

11 Republicans, according to a report, voted in favor of the resolution. The 11 Republicans include:

House Democrats moved to strip her of her committee assignments after House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) condemned her past controversial and conspiratorial remarks.

House Democrats removed Greene from her committee assignments after House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) criticized Greene for her past controversial remarks.

“Her past comments now have much greater meaning. Marjorie recognized this in our conversation. I hold her to her word, as well as her actions going forward,” McCarthy said.

Greene expressed her belief that the Parkland school shooting was a “false flag” operation.

Greene has since apologized for her past comments and said that they do not accurately represent who she is. 

She continued by saying that Democrats have pushed “conspiracy theories,” such as the conspiracy that Donald Trump worked with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential election.

Greene continued by saying she has apologized for her past actions, but yet many who voted against her also supported the 2020 summer protests that harmed Americans. 

For example, then-Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) praised the Minnesota Freedom Fund, which raised money to provide bonds for violent criminals in Minneapolis. Taylor Geen said:

If this Congress is to tolerate members that condoned riots, that have hurt American people, attacked police officers, occupied federal property, burned businesses and cities, but yet wants to condemn me and crucify me in the public square for words that I said and I regret a few years ago, then I think we’re in a real big problem, a very big problem.

Republicans are concerned over the precedent this creates. For a House Rep is being removed of her duties for past comments that she made well before entering Congress. 

Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) said that he has two problems with the resolution.

Massie wrote:

Today’s resolution against my colleague


is ludicrous for at least two reasons: 1. It fails to mention any specific infraction she has allegedly committed. 2. It quotes a rule that applies to members, not to citizens. This is a sham. The Democrats will regret it.

Rep. Bob Good (R-VA), a newly appointed congressman, said in a statement after the vote:

Removing Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committees is an unprecedented power grab by Democrats.

This is just another attempt to expand their radical left agenda — until they have silenced all counter viewpoints. Speaker Pelosi has taken no action on the countless divisive, violent and anti-semitic remarks hurled by her own party.

Right now, Democrats control the House, the Senate, and the White House – if they wanted to deliver positive results for the American people, they could.

Democrats don’t want to govern, they want to rule and clamp down on any dissent to their radical agenda.

Rep. Drew Ferguson (R-GA) said in a statement after the vote:

Congress has not – and should not – remove the responsibility of holding Members accountable from the people of their Congressional districts. This is a slippery slope to a new standard by which Members will be judged: not by their constituents, not by the Ethics Committee, but by the political games and power dynamics of the majority party.


Today’s actions serve to fan the flames of division with this unprecedented and hypocritical abuse of power.

He added, “Now is the time to focus on creating jobs, rebuilding our communities, and kick-starting our economy.”