In 2017, Idaho State Rep. Heather Scott defended white nationalism on her Facebook page.
In 2020, she’s upped her rhetoric, saying that COVID-19 safety measures are “no different” than Nazi concentration camps.
Pennsylvania State Rep. Cris Dush boldly compared Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic to the Nazi and Soviet regimes.
Alaska’s Ben Carpenter compared COVID-19 health measures to the Holocaust — then he doubled down by claiming that “People want to say Hitler was a white supremacist. No. He was fearful of the Jewish nation.”
Colorado’s Republican House Minority Leader Patrick Neville said that COVID-19 stay-home orders are leading to a “Gestapo-like mentality.”
This Ohio State Senator compared COVID-19 health and safety precautions to the Holocaust, likening statements from Dr. Amy Acton, the Jewish Ohio Department of Health director, to the Nazi regime.
Greene is a proud QAnon supporter who is deeply committed to sharing racist videos and posing for photos with neo-Nazis — and she just won the GOP primary to represent Georgia’s 14th Congressional District.