WASHINGTON — Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., apologized Monday for comparing mask-wearing requirements at the Capitol to the Holocaust after visiting the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.
“I have made a mistake and it's really bothered me for a couple of weeks now, and so I definitely want to own it.
This afternoon, I visited the Holocaust Museum.
The Holocaust is, there's nothing comparable to it...it happened, and, you know, over six million Jewish people were murdered,” Greene said speaking to reporters outside the Capitol Monday evening.
Last Friday, the House attending physician, Brian Monahan, issued new guidance for the House of Representatives stating that “fully vaccinated individuals may discontinue mask wear and 6-foot social distance separations” including on the House floor and in committee rooms.
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