The Georgia lawmaker is under fire for comparing COVID-19 restrictions with the mass genocide of the Jewish people.
The Georgia representative said she is "truly sorry for offending people" with her comments comparing treatment of the Jewish people to wearing masks.
"I have made a mistake and it's really bothered me for a couple of weeks now, and so I definitely want to own it," Greene said.
"We deplore this unfair combination that is contrary to justice and international law," the Hamas website stated.
The Republican congresswoman has long taken issue with a mandate requiring face coverings be warn in the lower chamber of Congress.
Marjorie Taylor Greene's bill would reduce Fauci's salary to $0 and she's advocated for him to be held criminally liable for the pandemic.
Some candidates continue to embrace the conspiracy theory, while others are distancing themselves from their apparent support.
"Dr. Anthony Fauci needs to get a lawyer," Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) said on Tuesday. "Because he is liable. I believe he is liable, criminally liable for what has happened with COVID-19."
Mo Brooks, a staunch Donald Trump ally, took to Twitter on Sunday to complain about Eric Swalwell, alleging that his team broke into his house to serve a complaint to his wife.
"If that were me up there, I'd be doing the same thing," said one attendee at the Georgia Republican Convention.
Greene's comments came after the New York Demcorat tweeted about the plight of her grandmother and Puerto Ricans following Hurricane Maria in 2017.
The Georgia lawmaker spread the conspiracy theory about origins of the virus following the release of Fauci's emails.
The president says he isn't bothered by Fauci's GOP critics who have called for his firing after a trove of his emails made headlines this week.
ICAN has been described as a "key anti-vaxxer organization" by the Center for Countering Digital Hate.
Greene said she is "so proud" to co-sponsor the Old Glory Only Act, which seeks to prohibit any flag other than the U.S. flag from flying over American diplomatic and consular establishments.
Representatives Buddy Carter and Bob Good signed onto fellow Georgia Representative Greene's legislation that would reduce the salary of Dr. Anthony Fauci, America's leading infectious diseases expert, to $0.
The Republican said an email from the NIAID director "disqualifies" fines against lawmakers issued in line with rules in the House of Representatives.
The first term representative has been criticized for comparing COVID rules in the House to Nazi Germany.
"Shameful," Acosta said of Greene and Gaetz. "Are we the worst generation?"
The Georgia Republican accused the Democratic Party of hating "our freedom" and "the Veterans who died defending it."
Georgia's 14th district is heavily Republican and Greene won 75 percent of the vote in the 2020 election.
The store's Instagram account contains conspiracy theories about COVID-19, facemasks and vaccinations.
The Georgia Republican said Mexican drug cartels "love" Democrats amid the ongoing border crisis.
"Matt and I have teamed up because we refuse to allow Liz Cheney or Adam Kinzinger or any Trump-hating Republican ... we won't allow the GOP to turn into their party," Greene said.
The Republican faces calls for her to be expelled from the House after she compared a mask mandate to the Holocaust.
The Georgia congresswoman told Real America's Voice host Steve Bannon lawmakers feared her because she's "with the people."
Just five members of the House of Representatives have been expelled throughout its more than 200-year history.
A vote of two-thirds of House members would be required to remove the Georgia Republican from her seat.
"You have to have respect for Nancy Pelosi, in that she never allows attacks on her own, and she defends them even when they sleep with Chinese spies, when they attack Israel, when they stand with Hamas terrorism," Greene said.