This week, as video and social media posts from Marjorie Taylor Greene continue to surface showing her promoting violence and conspiracy theories, Georgia Democrats are doing what Republicans have failed to do: stand up to their colleague and denounce her repulsive rhetoric and actions.
In Congress, Rep. Hank Johnson joined colleagues in a letter urging that Greene not be seated on the Education and Labor Committee given her history of berating school shooting survivors and peddling false conspiracy theories about deadly mass shootings. Meanwhile, Rep. Nikema Williams introduced a resolution to formally censure Greene for social media posts and remarks made supporting the assisination of current and former elected officials.
At the local level, House and Senate Democrats are introducing a resolution calling on Greene to resign from office for promoting harmful conspiracy theories and undermining the Constitution by encouraging politically motivated violence.
Will Georgia Republicans join Democrats in condemning Marjorie Taylor Greene, or will they continue to enable her extremism and allow her to speak for our state?