Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene told Bannon's War Room about the vote to hold the host in criminal contempt over the January 6 insurrection probe.
"They make me sick," Greene complained just before Steve Bannon was held in criminal contempt for defying a January 6 committee subpoena.
A number of Trump supporters on social media have also expressed confusion and disagreement with Trump's advice.
The Georgia Republican found 4 percent of her constituents thought their votes wouldn't count.
Bannon "vehemently" opposed the idea, while Greene called the apparent interest in it a "wakeup call to Democrats."
Greene's Twitter account was temporarily suspended in August after she wrote that COVID vaccines and masks are failing and do not offer protection.
"Democrats are actually communist," Greene said. "Every single elected Republican should say no to every single thing they want."
Greene urged voters to push Republicans to oppose Democrats' spending plans, calling them the "destruction of America."
The Georgia lawmaker tweeted a poll asking her followers if America should have a "national divorce."
First Wood called the GOP congresswoman a "communist," and then she suggested he was a monster.
"Over 80% of Congress is vaccinated and I'm NOT sick," the GOP congresswoman tweeted.
Greene praised Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of shooting three people, for having "stepped forward" when "Democrats seeded chaos and stoked violence."
Greene's bill would reduce Dr. Anthony Fauci's salary to $0, but is unlikely to become a reality.
A make-or-break vote was due to take place on Thursday on the $1 trillion bill and but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said it would be pushed back to Friday.
The GOP congresswoman said it was "pathetic" that some Republican colleagues would support parts of President Joe Biden's agenda.
During the interview, Greene blasted her Republican colleagues for working with Democrats, who she called "communists" and "baby murderers."
Senate Democrats this week are attempting to pass the bill to fund the government through to December 3 and suspend the debt ceiling until the end of 2022.
Dingell said that one thing to be learned from their exchange was, "Don't mess with Michigan women."
"Try being a Christian and supporting life!" Greene yelled at Dingell and other Democrats on the steps of the U.S. Capitol.
Maloney said that Greene was "was gleeful at what was transpiring" during the January 6 insurrection.
The Georgia representative used the hammer and sickle in a House presentation with "Scooby Doo" memes to slam the Green New Deal.
Omar has accused Greene of using political ads to target Omar for political violence.
"Her rhetoric has endangered the lives of so many people," the Democratic congresswoman tweeted, attacking her Republican colleague.
Greene has been a staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump's efforts in building a wall along the Southern border and has urged Biden to continue it.
Republicans said Thursday that if the allegations about the calls are true, Milley's "pledge to China is nothing less than outright treason."
Greene is the latest Republican to call for the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to face a military trial over reports about conversations with a Chinese general.
The ad, which popped up in Marjorie Taylor Greene's congressional district, includes a quote purporting to be from the Bible.
The Republican congresswoman said voters are fed up with the GOP "doing nothing to stop Dictator Joe Biden."
Greene said people have the choice to opt out of medical experiments under the Nuremberg Code, which addressed Nazi war crimes.
The Federal Election Commission has given the campaign of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) until October 12 to provide clarification about $3.5 million in campaign contributions it received during the first half of 2021.