"I can't vote for Trump, I think that he is noxious," J.D. Vance once stated. His views may cost him a Senate seat as PACs hammer him for his past statements.
The Republican congresswoman called the tech company "corporate communists" on Saturday.
Both Jones and Greene have voiced support for far-right conspiracy theories, including the idea that school shootings are hoaxes.
The Georgia Republican said she and the New York progressive congresswoman "agree for very different reasons."
The Georgia congresswoman added that she believes "most people" would also agree with the comparison between Mengele and Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Greene told Alex Jones that she felt anyone who refused to use ivermectin on hospitalized patients at a family's request has "blood on their hands."
After the clip emerged, a spokesman for the Georgia congresswoman told Newsweek the lawmaker "is vehemently opposed to violence of any kind."
Critics have accused Greene of promoting a gun culture that leads to mass shootings. She has called such criticisms "bullsh**."
Trump suggested this weekend that if he gets reelected, he would pardon rioters who violently stormed the U.S. Capitol last year.
The CNN anchor played a clip of a Georgia voter criticizing the congresswoman during a radio program.
Holly McCormack said she wasn't allowed to ask Greene a question at her event in Catoosa County, Georgia.
Greene said the "discrimination" is being "wrongfully forced upon unvaccinated Americans by the tyrants of the Democrat Party."
"The FBI has a long history of this, dating back to even the Civil Rights era," Gaetz said.
Stevens said that she was "concerned about the mental health" of Greene after the congresswoman suggested using "Second Amendment rights" against Democrats.
Greene's suggestion came during a radio interview Tuesday.
The Georgia congresswoman has seen more people follow her on right-wing platforms after she urged people to leave Twitter.
The GOP lawmaker made the comment on Telegram after Twitter permanently suspended her personal account over COVID misinformation.
Greene returned to Twitter on her official @RepMTG account to tweet a video about the U.S. Capitol riot anniversary.
Greene, a critic of the COVID-19 vaccines, said she is fine with people getting the shot as long as they're not forced to.
"I think Senator Cruz is smart enough to know since he's an attorney that no one's been charged with terrorism," said the Georgia Republican congresswoman.
Some Republicans condemned Donald Trump and his movement, while others attacked Biden and Democrats for focusing attention on last year's Capitol riot.
"No one has been charged with treason, but it very well may have been a Fed-surrection," Gaetz said.
Marjorie Taylor Greene was asked what gift she would give Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for Christmas during an interview.
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Republican Greene said Twitter launched an attack on the U.S when it banned a member of Congress
Greene has been cited 30 times for refusing to wear a face mask and has accumulated more than $80,000 in fines.
The congresswoman's personal Twitter account was permanently suspended for repeated violations of the company's COVID-19 misinformation policy.
Trump made a thinly veiled threat, saying the company "shouldn't be allowed to do business in this country."
Representative Dan Crenshaw's comments led to a back-and-forth between the two Republican lawmakers.
A Meta spokesperson told Newsweek that Greene's post was removed from Facebook but that the congresswoman's account was not deleted from the platform.