A few years ago, Democrats in Rep. Marjorie Taylor removed Greene from her committee assignments, but now that’s all changed.
Republicans control the House, and Green has been given seats on two key committees.
He sits on the Oversight Committee and the Homeland Security Committee.
The Washington Examiner reports:
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Marjorie Taylor Green has won seats on the Homeland Security and House Oversight Committees
Republican firebrand Rep. After voting for Kevin McCarthy’s (R-CA) bid in the 118th Congress, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-GA) has been appointed to two House committees.
The House GOP Steering Committee placed Green on the Homeland Security Committee and the powerful Oversight Committee. The Homeland Security Panel works on legislation related to national security, including border and immigration, and oversees the Department of Homeland Security. The House Committee on Oversight and Accountability is responsible for one of the GOP’s investigations into classified documents found in President Joe Biden’s former office. Green previously said he wanted to join the oversight committee.
The steering committee consists of about 30 members of the House leadership and other regional representatives. However, the committee rosters must be approved by the entire House GOP conference.
In February 2021, the House voted to remove Green from his committees, with 11 Republicans joining Democrats in booting him from his panels when controversial social media posts emerged before he was in Congress, including controversial comments about allegations of a shooting in Parkland, Florida, a false flag, and the QAnon conspiracy theory. Propaganda remarks.
Liberals were upset by the news. Too bad.
GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green’s alliance with Kevin McCarthy is coming with immediate benefits.
The House Republican Steering Committee, which manages committee assignments, is recommending Green join the Homeland Security Committee. https://t.co/Y2mECY8TcC
— NPR Politics (@nprpolitics) January 17, 2023
Republican Reps. Marjorie Taylor Green and Paul Gosar have been given committee assignments for the new Congress, after being booted from their committees by Democrats and some Republicans for their incendiary remarks, sources say https://t.co/6UEJLhIhGZ
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) January 17, 2023
Congratulations to Mrs. Green.
Cross posted by American Lookout.