Schneider Will Not Proceed with Resolution to Censure Greene, after Public Apology

Democratic Representative Brad Schneider from Illinois, tweeted on Tuesday the announcement that he will stop the resolution aimed at censuring Marjorie Taylor Greene, after she issued a public apology for her comparison of house mask mandate to the Holocaust, Fox News informed.

Greene paid a visit to the Holocaust Memorial Museum on Monday and after that she spoke to the reporters in front of Capitol. She stated that she is very sorry for her words adding that there is certainly no comparison to the Holocaust and there never will be.

The Jewish representative, posted that due to her public apology he will not proceed with his resolution. He also stated that Greene has previously used very inflammatory and very dangerous rhetoric, and he was pretty much surprised by her move to visit the museum.

Schneider emphasized that he really appreciated the fact that after her she paid a visit to the museum she in fact understood what she had said an issued an apology.

He has been very critical as well of Rep. Ilhan Omar and her statements where she equated United States and Israel to the Taliban and Hamas.

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