A group of Congressional Republicans is carrying on the “Trump tradition” with their new "America First Caucus."

Donald Trump may be gone from Washington, but the hateful, conspiracy theory-fueled ideologies that he championed are still very much present on Capitol Hill thanks to Republican Georgia Rep. Marjorie Tayor Greene.

Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene was stripped of her committee assignments on Thursday, following a contentious battle between Republicans and Democrats in Congress.


Framing the current debate over conspiracy theorist Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene as a partisan battle ignores the role she has played in attempts to destabilize the U.S. government.

GOP congressional members failed to stick a landing in their false comparisons between Greene and Omar in the ongoing fallout to remove Greene from her committee assignments.

Cori Bush moved her office farther away from QAnon conspiracy theorist Marjorie Taylor Greene in a growing movement to have the Georgia Rep. expelled from Congress for "advocacy for extremism and sedition."

The notorious photo of Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler smiling with a former Ku Klux Klan leader has brought attention to her ongoing affiliation with and welcomed support from white supremacists.


QAnon's beliefs are rooted in many of the same things that brought us the Salem Witch Trials, including religious extremism and false accusations.

Marjorie Taylor Greene makes a series of racist comments in uncovered videos.