CNN Anchor Blasts Marjorie Taylor Greene – ‘Do not You Dare Communicate for Me’

republican US Representative Marjorie Taylor GreeneLast week’s comments comparing Spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi’s mask mandate to the Holocaust are not going away as much as House Republican minority leader Kevin McCarthy continues to want to ignore them.

CNN anchor John Berman blew up Greene Monday morning and, in a moment of personal privilege, called his religion to help him with this.

“Bad madness,” Berman began. “This is how Republican Liz Cheney described new statements by Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. “Bad madness.” And to be honest, Cheney was polite because Greene, whose understanding of comparative religion includes belief in Jewish space lasers, equated the mask requirements in the house with the Holocaust. “

Berman then went to the videotape.

“You know we can look back at a time in history when people were told to wear a gold star,” Congresswoman Greeene said in the video from late last week, “and they were definitely treated like second-class citizens . So much so that they were put on trains and taken to gas chambers in Nazi Germany, and it is precisely this kind of abuse that Nancy Pelosi speaks of. “

Berman called Greene’s remarks “historic” and “loathsome” and lamented that “it appears to be permissible even under Kevin McCarthy, the leader of the minority of the House, who failed to comment and refused to punish Greene for earlier anti-Semitic statements, who made her. Wearing a mask compared to the murder of 6 million people? It’s so far beyond the realm of propriety that it may only be made worse by comments from Marjorie Taylor Greene, “Berman said, going back to the video.

“I stand by all of my statements, I didn’t say anything wrong,” says Greene, defending her “hideous” remarks. “And I think every sane Jewish person didn’t like what happened in Nazi Germany, and every sane Jewish person doesn’t like what happens with arrogant masked mandates.”

Berman doesn’t pull any punches at this point.

“Any reasonable Jewish person? I am Jewish. I’m not religious at all and thank goodness my family made it to this country decades before the Holocaust, but that’s my legacy and I promise you, Congresswoman Taylor Greene thinks I’m Jewish. As a “reasonable Jewish person”, let me just say to Marjorie Taylor Greene, don’t dare to speak for me. Not if you want to compare health measures or anything to the Holocaust. “

“In a tweet last night, she said, ‘I’m sorry if my words make people feel uncomfortable.’ No, they don’t make me uncomfortable. They make me sick. “


“As a reasonable Jewish person, let me just say to Marjorie Taylor Greene: Don’t you dare speak for me. Not if you want to compare health measures to the Holocaust. “@ JohnBerman says the GOP rep’s remarks comparing house mask mandates to the Holocaust” make me sick. ”

– New Day (@NewDay) May 24, 2021

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