(ANSA) - WASHINGTON, JUN 15 - The controversial public deputy Marjorie Taylor Greene, a follower of QAnon's theories and spirits, apologized for comparing the obligation to mask the House imposed by the speaker Nancy Pelosi to the treatment suffered by Jews in Nazi Germany, when they were forced to carry the Star of David. The gesture came after a visit to the Holocaust museum in the capital.
"There is no comparison with the Holocaust, I recognize that the words I have said are offensive and I want to apologize", he declared in front of Capitol Hill. His statements had aroused a wave of indignation and the very leaders of the Republican party had condemned them.
A close ally of Donald Trump, Green has expressed racist, anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim views on social media in the past, and has supported posts encouraging violence against the dem, one suggesting that Pelosi be shot in the head and another in favor of the hanging of BarackObama. (HANDLE).