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After that report, the Lincoln Project condemned Weaver, calling him a “predator,” “liar” and “an abuser.”
For every bit of man-made excess the exhibition condemns, it shows us a dozen times over that if we look close enough and deep enough, natural “excess” is everywhere.
Some of her colleagues even voted in Greene’s defense in spite of condemning her behavior in the past.
On the one hand, establishment leaders have condemned Greene.
He released a statement condemning Greene’s past statements, some of which she admitted were false and said she regretted in a House floor speech Thursday.
Influential conservative voices from outside the conference have also started to weigh in on Greene, including the Republican Jewish Coalition which put out a statement condemning her.
Kim and Steel were elected in 2020, after the House voted to condemn QAnon.
In his statement on Greene on Wednesday, McCarthy said her remarks “do not represent the values or beliefs of the House Republican Conference” and noted that the House voted in October to condemn QAnon.
“We are concerned by detentions of students and other demonstrators and strongly condemn the anti-LGBTQI rhetoric surrounding the demonstrations,” said Price.
There is reason to be vigilant in criticizing overreach and condemning double standards.

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