Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia who has consistently made headlines with her anti-democratic rhetoric, QAnon conspiracy theories and misbehavior was just dragged after a tweet where she tried to slam her colleagues in Washington DC.
Greene, who was stripped of her House committee positions after evidence of her conspiracy theory-touting and harassment of Parkland shooting survivors came to light, tweetdd nobody in "the swamp" was ever held accountable for their actions.
You can see her tweet here:
But with the House passing a bill to establish a commission to investigate the Capitol insurrection on January 6, observers noted this lack of accountability could change in the blink of an eye.
Greene, like most Republicans in the House, voted against an investigation into the Capitol riot.
Greene, who confronted Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez so aggressively on the House floor a week ago AOC went on record saying Greene "clearly needs help," has several times been accused of giving tours of the Capitol to rioters in the weeks leading up to the insurrection.
At the time, the Capitol was closed to tour groups.
Marjorie Taylor Greene continues to back former President Donald Trump's "Big Lie" he won the election and there was widespread voter fraud, despite having no evidence to support either of these claims.
Greene's actions while in Congress have also been cited for racism, homophobia and transphobia.
The GOP is embroiled in an internal fight.
After voting to strip Wyoming Representative Liz Cheney of her leadership positions, Cheney and over 100 other officials sent a letter threatening to split from the Republican party.
GOP Lt. Governor of Georgia Geoff Duncan recently announced he will not seek re-election in order to try and re-organize the party away from the likes of Greene and Trump.
Florida GOP Representative Matt Gaetz is under investigation for trafficking of minors.
The swamp may very well be drained sooner than Greene would like.