Griffin questioned if GOP lawmakers believe "they're too good to come down to the federal place where all of this is taking place."
"It's not Pro-Putin to be against this. It's Pro-torture & evil to stay silent/censor it," Greene said.
The top Senate Republican said the "vast majority" of Republican lawmakers and voters are "totally behind" Ukraine.
Republican Representative Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina is reportedly now regularly featured on Russian state TV alongside Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
Greene has called the Russian invasion a war that Ukraine "cannot win" and has suggested the U.S. try to broker peace talks in the conflict.
The legislation, which also appears to have wide support in the Senate, would allow new taxes to be imposed on Russian and Belarusian imports.
The Georgia congresswoman said that "both" Russia and Ukraine are at fault for their war because each has violated peace agreements during the past eight years.
The GOP congresswoman posted a tweet containing a number of errors weeks after comparing Capitol Police to the cold soup "gazpacho" instead of the Gestapo.
A video, which was posted on Twitter, zooms in and highlights the Georgia Republican representative appearing to stand with other members of Congress.
Three Republican lawmakers had argued fines for not wearing masks violated the Constitution.
The military part of the bill passed by 361-69 votes. Fifty-four Republicans and 15 Democrats voted against it. Three members abstained.
Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar highlighted Greene's purchase: "Add this to the list of why members of Congress should never be allowed to trade stocks."
"You have blood in your hands. The American people will not forget," said Vindman, a former Army lieutenant colonel and expert on Ukraine.
Faithful America accused Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of "twisting our faith into an excuse for propping up racist authoritarians."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi echoed Senator Lindsey Graham's apparent reaction to heckling at the State of the Union address — "just shut up."
The Georgia congresswoman referenced a "dementia-ridden piece of crap" remark from a mother of a U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan to attack the president.
Greene and Arizona Representative Paul Gosar spoke at the weekend event, organized by someone who believes that people of color are trying to commit "white genocide."
"There's no place in the Republican Party for white supremacists or antisemitism," McConnell said.
His remarks came after the two representatives attended an event that was dubbed as "white supremacist."
Donald Trump made a number of announcements and comments at the Conservative Political Action Conference, ranging from Ukraine to climate change.
"All Americans should renounce this garbage and reject the Putin wing of the GOP now," the congresswoman tweeted.
J.R. Majewski says in a new ad that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Joe Biden and Colin Kaepernick are "bringing America to its knees" with their agenda.
The Georgia representative has been condemned for remarks she made while speaking on conspiracy theorist Alex Jones' InfoWars show.
The Florida congressman told Sebastian Gorka that he's not sure he has got Trump to "swallow the hook" with regards to suggestion.
This is not the first time the New York congresswoman's previous career has been brought up during the pair's long-running feud.
A number of conservatives such as Marjorie Taylor Greene and Madison Cawthorn have already shared their accounts after the app was launched in the Apple Store.
As authorities in the U.S. and Canada put cryptocurrencies under more scrutiny, the Republican congresswoman called for caution.
"If Republicans can't stop Big Tech Censorship, then what can Republicans even do?" said Greene. "And what are Republicans even for?"
"I see they have Trump signs all over the place and I'm proud that they do," the ex-president said of Canada's trucker protests.
Bianca Gracia also said people who do not vote for her would have to "deal with it with the Lord."