Greene: ‘You Can’t Discriminate Against People Simply Because They Won’t Wear A Mask’
Despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week saying that vaccinated individuals do not need to wear masks in most indoor and outdoor situations, Speaker Nancy Pelosi is not lifting her mask mandate in the House.
So much for following the science.
Because William J. Walker holds the position of Sergeant at Arms, his job is to enforce House rules–no matter how arbitrary or anti-science Pelosi makes them.
Multiple Republican lawmakers defied the House rules this week after new guidance from the CDC.
Massie wasn’t the only member trashing his warnings.
On Wednesday, Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene had a similar message about her warning: She put it through a paper shredder.
Greene wrote on Twitter, “You can’t discriminate against people simply because they won’t wear a mask and today I refused to wear a mask on the House floor and I received a warning from Speaker Pelosi that leads to fines if I continue to refuse to wear a mask.”
“Well, here’s what I think of your warning, Speaker Pelosi,” Greene said, as she proceeded to shred the document.