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Opinion: Our paper-thin line of defense against Marjorie Taylor Greene

Twitter suspended Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a conspiracy-mongering Republican congresswoman from Georgia, for 12 hours Monday night for continuing to spread dangerous misinformation about Covid-19, a company spokesperson told CNN. In recent days, the platform had labeled two of Greene's tweets as "misleading" -- if she persists in spreading lies, she could be suspended from the platform permanently.

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Republicans preview months ahead filled with extremism

• Opinion: Trump and Greene invite a horrific history to repeat itself • Book: Trump allegedly praised Hitler as doing 'a lot of good things' • Marjorie Taylor Greene compares Biden vaccine push to Nazi-era 'brown shirts' weeks after Holocaust comments

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Anderson Cooper: Marjorie Taylor Greene is at it again

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) compared officials carrying out President Joe Biden's latest Covid-19 vaccination push to Nazi-era "brown shirts," just weeks after apologizing for her comments comparing Capitol Hill mask-wearing rules to the Holocaust.

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Attacks on trans people are attacks on science itself

Not long ago, Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene -- who opposes passing the Equality Act, which would guarantee federal civil rights protections for LGBTQ Americans -- hung a sign outside her office. Her sign read, "trust the science."

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Republicans appeased extremists. Now they're paying the price

Just when you thought internal Republican politics could not get any more dysfunctional and bizarre, last week was very revealing. Take the three-way split screen of former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan's speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California last Thursday, juxtaposed against GOP Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene's spectacle of ignorance and grievance in Georgia, all while Senate Republicans tanked the independent, bipartisan commission charged with investigating the violent insurrection of January 6.

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31 states don't require schools to teach about the Holocaust

Politicians like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and others shouldn't liken contemporary events to the Holocaust because such comparisons cheapen the horrific magnitude of the genocide of 6 million Jews, historians and advocacy groups say.

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