Democrats removed Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Green from her committee mandate a few years ago, but that’s all changed now.
Republicans control the House, where Green has seats on two very important committees.
She will serve on the Oversight Board and the Homeland Security Board.
washington examiner Report:
Marjorie Taylor Greene scores on Homeland Security and House Oversight committees
Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Green (R-GA) sits on two House committees in the 118th Congress after Republican agitators emerged as strong supporters of Rep. got a place.
The House Republican Steering Committee placed Green on the Homeland Security Committee and the powerful Oversight Committee. The Homeland Security group is responsible for legislation related to national security, including border and immigration, and provides oversight of the Department of Homeland Security. The House Oversight and Accountability Committee will lead a Republican investigation into classified documents discovered by President Joe Biden’s former office. Greene has previously mentioned that she wants to join the oversight team.
The Steering Committee is made up of about 30 House leadership members and other district representatives. However, the committee’s list needs to be approved by the full House Republican conference.
In February 2021, the House of Representatives voted to remove Greene from her committee, and 11 Republicans joined Democrats in removing her from her group after a series of social media scandals emerged ahead of her entry into Congress. Controversial posts included anti-Semitic remarks, accusations that the Parkland, Florida, shooting was a false flag, and statements promoting the QAnon conspiracy theory.
Liberals were disturbed by the news. so terrible.
The alliance of Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Green with Kevin McCarthy brought immediate benefits.
The House Republican Steering Committee, which handles committee tasks, recommended that Green join the DHS committee. https://t.co/Y2mECY8TcC
— NPR Politics (@nprpolitics) January 17, 2023
Republican Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar were removed from the committee by Democrats and some Republicans for inflammatory comments, sources said. , has been appointed to a committee in the new Congress https://t.co/6UEJLhIhGZ
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) January 17, 2023
Congratulations Ms. Green.
cross-posted from American Lookout.