The Illinois Republican knocked the House GOP leader, writing in a sarcastic tweet: "Here is real strength."
The Georgia Republican posted an Islamophobic tweet, claiming the Muslim congresswoman and fellow progressives are "terrorist sympathizers."
"This type of sadistic behavior can NOT be tolerated," Greene tweeted. "They must be held accountable for their reprehensible actions."
"Many of us that are very unhappy about the failure to hold Republicans accountable, while conservatives like me ... and many others just constantly take the abuse by the Democrats," Greene said.
The bill says Rittenhouse protected "the community of Kenosha, Wisconsin, during a Black Lives Matter (BLM) riot on August 25, 2020."
"It stuns me and surprises me that some of the voters still send these people back," said the Utah Republican lawmaker.
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has been a vocal critic of vaccine and other COVID-19 mandates.
"She's declaring an LGBT coalition," Greene said. "Well, you know, the Republican Party doesn't play identity politics."
Mark Richards said the pro-Trump attorney would "probably sue me," noting they went head to head earlier in the trial.
Cawthorn, along with GOP Representatives Matt Gaetz and Paul Gosar, have offered Rittenhouse internships following his not guilty verdict.
In 2020, Pressley tweeted that Rittenhouse is a "white supremacist," a tweet that's since come under criticism.
In early February, the Democratic-led House voted to strip Greene of all her committee seats due to her past support of extremist conspiracy theories.
The Georgia congresswoman says she has paid more than $60,500 in penalties for defying the House rule—and has revealed that she is not vaccinated.
Greene said "cancel culture" caused her to be stripped of her House committee seats due to her past social media endorsements of extremist conspiracy theories.
The Georgia representative told Newsmax "they have picked on the wrong guy," as she backed Bannon, who has rejected a January 6 committee subpoena.
The Georgia Republican representative also called GOP lawmakers who supported the bipartisan bill "traitorous."
The controversial GOP congresswoman tweeted that she received threatening calls—but from "the deranged left, not Republicans."
The Fox News anchor said protesters simply "got rowdy" at the Capitol and should be supported by GOP lawmakers.
The Georgia lawmaker has criticized the jail conditions of those arrested for the U.S. Capitol riot.
"I'm concerned about my staff," Republican Michigan Representative Fred Upton said of the voicemail. "They're taking these calls. They're threats to them."
Gaetz cautioned against congressional Republicans developing "impeachment fever" if they regain control of Congress in 2022.
The Georgia representative said the inmates looked like they had "lost hope" when she visited them recently.
Greene also faced criticism from fellow Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger for her remarks describing the bill's passage as a "communist takeover."
"Eisenhower's interstate system should be torn up or else the commies will be able to conveniently drive!" the Ilinois Republican congressman quipped.
The House passed the bipartisan infrastructure package following wrangling between moderates and progressives.
Greene said the U.S. government is "abusing", torturing and committing "human rights abuses" against the jailed rioters in D.C.
The Republican congresswoman has been an outspoken defender of the pro-Trump rioters who attacked the U.S. Capitol.
Investigators said prisoners, including those who allegedly took part in the riot at the Capitol, didn't need to be moved from a D.C. jail complex.
The Georgia Republican congresswoman shared a letter by Capitol riot suspect Nathan DeGrave, who compared his treatment in jail to Guantanamo Bay.
The bipartisan infrastructure framework, also known as BIF, passed the Senate in August with 19 Republican votes.