The remark was made as four GOP lawmakers—Greene and Gaetz, plus Paul Gosar and Louie Gohmert—held a press conference claiming that January 6 defendants were being treated unfairly.
Earlier this month the FDA warned against using the horse dewormer, writing, "You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y'all. Stop it."
"They hit that magnified sun, explode in flame, and down they go, bird guts all over the mirrors," Gohmert claimed during an interview with OANN.
"That's what this treatment of people that got arrested was all about – intimidation," the Republican told Dallas CPAC attendees.
GOP Rep. Madison Cawthorn suggested the outreach program, or the mechanism behind it, could eventually be used to "take your guns, take your Bibles."
The Republican congressman asked a National Forest Service representative if the moon's orbit could be adjusted to address climate change.
The Texas GOP congressman also claims he does not know what QAnon is despite voting against a House resolution condemning it in October.
At least 15 people have been charged with carrying a deadly or dangerous weapon during the Capitol riots, despite Republican claims that the insurrectionists weren't armed.
"Two out of three of [Trump's] wives are immigrants so like, come on man," host Carl Higbie said of former President Bush's 'nativist' remark.
One officer was killed during the violence while two more took their own lives in the days after January 6.
The proposed legislation did not include a mention of the January 6 attack that resulted in the deaths of Officers Brian Sicknick, Jeffrey Smith and Howard Liebengood.
Gohmert and Clyde were the first two congressional members to receive fines for bypassing the security screening checkpoint set up outside the House in the wake of the January 6 Capitol riot.
Texas GOP Representative Louie Gohmert and pro-Trump attorneys pursued a legal case they knew to be frivolous, a new complaint alleges.
"I will be appealing the fine and taking whatever action is necessary," Representative Louie Gohmert said, "especially considering this policy is unconstitutional."
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had promised to instate the fines in mid-January after several Republican representatives refused to pass through them.
Representative Louie Gohmert defended President Donald Trump against the impeachment effort, saying if his rhetoric warranted impeachment, so did Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's.
The Democrats should have long ago tweaked their recent campaigns to feature the Texas representatives creepy and moronic rhetoric.
"A lawyer must never represent a client in a way that is frivolous, dishonest, untruthful, and malicious... Gohmert and his lawyers have done just this," the group wrote.
"Basically, in effect, the ruling would be that you gotta go the streets and be as violent as antifa and BLM," Louie Gohmert said earlier in an interview.
U.S. District Judge Jeremy Daniel Kernodle said the plaintiffs lacked standing because they were suing for an injury related to Pence and not directly to them.
In a December 29 YouTube video, Arizona Republican Party Chair Kelli Ward called the lawsuit "a friendly lawsuit."
Deputy Assistant Attorney General John V. Coghlan wrote Friday that Representative Louie Gohmert's lawsuit against Vice President Mike Pence had "sued the wrong defendant."
"I do NOT trust VP Mike Pence," posted Lin Wood on conservative social media platform Parler. "He is wolf in sheep's clothing.
The measure was adopted in a 397-5 bipartisan vote—with Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert, Louisiana Rep. Clay Higgins, Iowa Rep. Steve King, and Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie voting against the resolution.
In a new attack ad, Texas GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert's challenger, Hank Gilbert, stepped in actual excrement while saying that he was tired of "Gohmert's bullsh*t."
Rep. Raúl Grijalva's diagnosis comes just days after Rep. Louie Gohmert, a Texas Republican, tested positive for coronavirus Wednesday. Gohmert has frequently been seen walking around the Capitol without a mask.
Forecast now says that by November 1, if mandates are eased further, almost 26,000 people will die from the disease.
"He's got a lot of competition in that space," Steve Schmidt said.
Gohmert, a U.S. representative from Texas who had avoided wearing a face mask, recently said he has tested positive for the coronavirus.
The congressman pondered whether he might have put the coronavirus on his face mask and breathed it in.