Concerned about actions against House member
I am not sure the Democrats made the right move in stripping Marjorie Taylor Greene of her committee assignments yesterday. As much as it is easy to find video evidence to discredit a number of the claims she made on the House floor yesterday in her apology that was not really an apology, it still opens the door to future abuse of this precedent. Unfortunately, in this case, it is hard to separate holding a sitting member of Congress accountable after they’ve called for the assassination of a former President and a House leader from the free speech guaranteed by the Constitution. There is something missing here and, in my opinion, we are in dangerous territory until there is either legislation or bipartisan procedural rules for the House that can handle a case like this without giving power to the majority party that they should not have and should not need.