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.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene: "She's dangerous because she doesn't believe in the Constitution herself.
The company cited the Georgia lawmaker's repeated violations of its COVID misinformation policy.
"Just say it if you want a civil war and officially declare yourself a traitor," Gallego wrote in response to Greene's suggestion of a "National Divorce scenario."
Greene said that "brainwashed people" who move from California or New York need a "cooling off" period.
The outspoken Congresswoman attacked the holiday commemorating African American culture.
The congresswoman said that Christian values gave "rise to the greatest nation the world has ever known" in a Christmas message.
The Georgia Republican representative argued that vaccines are only necessary if there aren't "life-saving treatments."
The vaccine-skeptical congresswoman declared income from her AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson holdings in August.
Some have commented that the bill is "anti-American" and "barbaric," but it's not a law.
Speaking at a Turning Point USA conference, Greene used the term—widely perceived as a racial slur—to rebuke claims that the GOP is a "white supremacist party."
"Mitch gave away our primary negotiating weapon—the debt limit," Trump said Saturday while calling Democrats' voting rights legislation "a scam."
The Georgia representative criticized the deal the Senate Minority leader struck with Democrats over Wednesday morning's vote.
A satirical sketch depicted the Republican congresswomen holding semi-automatic rifles and referring to COVID as a "fake disease."
The remark was made as four GOP lawmakers—Greene and Gaetz, plus Paul Gosar and Louie Gohmert—held a press conference claiming that January 6 defendants were being treated unfairly.
"Performance artists are the ones who get all the attention...they know how to recite the lines they know that our voters want to hear," Crenshaw said.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene sparked backlash when she tweeted that the U.S. has "never once shut down" over cancer—prompting Kathy Griffin to weigh in.
The Georgia Republican noted the U.S. has never "shut down" due to cancer-related deaths, prompting critics to point out cancer isn't contagious.
"I'm not creating a division, I'm exposing a division that was initially built in by the enemy to infiltrate the patriot movement," said the Trump ally.
Two recent videos have shown Boebert referring to the Muslim Congress member as a terrorist bomber and a member of the "Jihad Squad."
Logan had compared infectious diseases expert Dr. Anthony Fauci to Josef Mengele, a Nazi doctor who performed medical experiments at Auschwitz.
"This is a pox on all our houses. And I would just tell you, this rhetoric, this type of commentary, has to stop," one Republican congressman said.
The spat between the Republican lawmakers comes just one day after Congresswomen Lauren Boebert and Ilhan Omar connected over the phone to discuss an apology for Boebert's anti-Muslim comments.
Waters identified Greene as the leader of a small group of pro-Trump hard-right Republicans that she called the "GOP crazy caucus."
"She needs to apologize to the Republican Party and a lot of other people. It goes way beyond that," Barbara Comstock said of the Colorado lawmaker.
She accused doctors who refuse to prescribe ivermectin to COVID patients of taking part in "politics that is killing people."
The Illinois Republican knocked the House GOP leader, writing in a sarcastic tweet: "Here is real strength."