Cawthorn cited decreasing testosterone levels as evidence that young men in society are becoming less masculine.
"There's a new day rising in America. There's a new patriotic fervor rising in America," the Republican North Carolina congressman said.
"I believe it is disgusting to say that there is extremism and that we need to root out extremists inside our military, inside our veterans," Cawthorn said.
Cawthorn has previously said that BLM protestors have a "radical hatred of this country."
Under North Carolina law, bringing a knife onto an "educational property" is a Class 1 misdemeanor and carries a maximum penalty of 120 days in jail and a fine.
The Charlotte Observer warned that the North Carolina congressman's "rhetoric is dangerous, not only to his party but his country."
"I'd like to see Leader McCarthy very clearly condemn it and explain how dangerous that is," Cheney said, regarding Cawthorn's comments.
"There's nothing that I would dread doing more than having to pick up arms against a fellow American," Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) said while speaking of allegedly "rigged" elections.
"Cawthorn, though closer to a child's age than I am, really does not have any perspective on this," said Schrier.
"If Kamala can pay the bail for violent Antifa rioters, then I can pay the bail for any Republican staffer arrested for not wearing a mask," Cawthorn tweeted.
The Republican congressman said the President Joe Biden suffered "some form of degradation of his mind."
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 freshman representative cited the Viet Cong as an example of what armed citizens could achieve in combat.
The Republican senator was stopped on a street close to the Capitol by Washington-based student Noah Mitchell, apparently for an impromptu selfie.
"Vaccine passports are meant to control what you can do, where you can go and how much the government can know about your activities," Republican Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert wrote.
Lieu, a Democratic congressman from California, criticized the GOP freshman for his comments in a debate about expanding background checks.
The freshman Republican congressman is facing accusations of sexual harassment and misconduct, which he denies.
"These questions were repeatedly asked and answered during the course of the campaign," a spokesman for Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) said while denying multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault against the congressman.
"Yes, I think I would say that the election was not fraudulent," the freshman Republican congressman admitted, despite objecting to Biden's victory.
A spokesman for Rep. Andy Biggs denied the allegations and said Biggs "did not organize or participate in any way" in the January 6 protests.
Although Ivanka Trump converted to the Jewish faith in 2009, her father's most ardent supporters are increasingly vocal about their anti-Semitic beliefs, the Haaretz op-ed states.
His claim has been repeated by numerous Republicans on social media but was disavowed as untrue by the FBI.
Cawthorn told Newsweek the future of the Republican Party is "more conservative" than Crenshaw, but "less bombastic" than Gaetz.
"You see this Warnock fella is coming down here and disguising himself as some moderate pastor from the South," the North Carolina Republican complained on Fox News.
The North Carolina Republican, who is slated to become the youngest member of Congress after he is sworn in early next year, addressed his social media message in a new interview.
"Cry more, lib," Cawthorn wrote in a tweet after the state's 11th Congressional District was called on Tuesday night by the Associated Press at 9:20 p.m. ET.
Madison Cawthorn, 24, stunned political observers when he trounced Trump-backed Lynda Bennett in the GOP primary in the Congressional race to replace Mark Meadows, now Trump's chief of staff.