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House to vote to remove Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from committee roles

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Majority Leader Steny Hoyer announced on Wednesday that House Democrats will move to oust GOP lawmaker of Georgia Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments over her embrace of the QAnon conspiracy theory and violent political rhetoric.

The House Rules Committee is meeting on Wednesday to address Greene’s possible removal from two committees ahead of a vote on the full House floor on Thursday.

The House Rules Committee is meeting on Wednesday to consider a vote to remove Greene from her committee assignments.

Meanwhile, House Republicans have called for Democratic lawmaker Ilhan Omar’s removal from her committee posts “in light of conduct she has exhibited.” The amendment — sponsored by Representatives Brian Babin (R., Texas), Jeff Duncan (R., S.C.), Jody Hice (R., Ga.), Andy Biggs (R., Ariz.), and Ronny Jackson (R., Texas) — claims that Omar has made anti-Semitic comments that are grounds for dismissal.”

GOP leaders are also meeting on Wednesday to debate Rep. Liz Cheney’s House leadership role after her vote to impeach former president Trump.

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