Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene wears 'Trump won' mask on House floor

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) donned a mask with the words "Trump won" as she walked onto the House floor on Sunday. 

"Just sworn in," Taylor Greene said in a tweet. "It’s an honor to represent the people of Northwest Georgia! Time to get to work." 

The newly-elected congresswoman attached a video to her tweet showing herself embracing fellow first-term Republican member Madison Cawthorn saying "oh my gosh we're so excited." 


Taylor Greene, who has voiced support for the QAnon conspiracy theory, is among President TrumpDonald TrumpBiden to move ahead with billion UAE weapons sale approved by Trump Fox News hires high-profile defense team in Dominion defamation lawsuit Associate indicted in Gaetz scandal cooperating with DOJ: report MORE's most vocal supporters inside the incoming Republican class.

She posted a photo of herself online earlier Monday with a caption claiming Trump won the presidential election he lost to President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenIRS to roll out payments for ,000 child tax credit in July Capitol Police told not to use most aggressive tactics in riot response, report finds Biden to accompany first lady to appointment for 'common medical procedure' MORE.

Trump's campaign has filed numerous lawsuits challenging the results in various states, but they have been repeatedly rejected for a lack of evidence of standing.


Republicans in the House and Senate are challenging the Electoral College results Wednesday, but the effort does not have the votes to move forward and has badly divided the GOP.

Taylor Greene has also criticized masked mandates and on Sunday reportedly got into a confrontation with House staff after she refused to put a face covering on when she entered the House chamber of the Capitol Building. 

House Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiPelosi says she would have put up a fight against Capitol mob: 'I'm a street fighter' Biden to address Congress on April 28 NY House Democrats demand repeal of SALT cap MORE (D-Calif.) sent a letter to members Monday reminding them to adhere to social distancing guidelines and wear masks at all times. 

"When staff urge you to leave the floor, it is not a suggestion. It is a direction, in the interest of keeping the Congress healthy and intact," Pelosi said. "As Members of Congress, we are considered essential workers. We must take our responsibility seriously." 

Taylor Greene accused Pelosi of attempting to change the rules for partisan reasons. 

"[Pelosi] changed the COVID rules because she is desperate to cling to the gavel," Taylor Greene said. "No one can attack me about masks, when Pelosi is sending Democrats to the floor with positive COVID tests to vote for her for Speaker."

Republicans attacked Rep. Gwen MooreGwen Sophia MooreLawmakers urge IRS to boost outreach about tax credits for low-income Americans McMorris Rodgers floats vacating Speaker's chair over Democrat's in-person vote after COVID diagnosis House approves rules package for new Congress MORE (D-Wis.) and Pelosi after Moore was allowed on the House floor after testing positive for the coronavirus on Dec. 28. A doctor had cleared Moore to vote in person at the Capitol, she said.