Marjorie Taylor Greene apologizes for comparing the House’s mask mandate to the Holocaust
“I’m really sorry for offending people with remarks about the Holocaust,” the Georgia Republican told reporters outside the Capitol, saying she visited Washington’s US Holocaust Memorial Museum earlier that day. “There is no comparison and there will never be.”
Greene’s comments were a rare expression of regret from the conservative agitator, a newbie whose career spanned violent and abusive conspiracy theories and angry confrontations with progressive peers.
Her apology came more than three weeks after appearing on a conservative podcast and comparing COVID-19 security …