October 25, 2021

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After the Holocaust comparison: Taylor Green apologizes

According to the Holocaust comparison
Taylor Green apologizes

Republican Marjorie Taylor compares Green Corona’s actions to the Holocaust several times, causing outrage. Now she apologizes. The Trump supporter continues to adhere to other controversial statements.

Republican U.S. Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green has apologized for the comparisons between security measures for the corona epidemic and the persecution of Jews by the Nazis. “One of the best lessons my father has always taught me is that if you make a mistake you have to admit it,” a supporter of former US President Donald Trump said in Washington.

Green said he was at the Holocaust Museum in the US capital that afternoon. As a young woman she also dealt with the crimes of the National Socialists: when she visited the monument to the former German concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. “There is no comparison with the Holocaust. The words I said and the comments I made that I knew were offensive, and I apologize for that,” Green said.

Corona security measures and the so-called “compulsory vaccination” politician are not in the United States. “I see compulsory masks and compulsory vaccines or vaccination certificates as a form of discrimination. I am very much against that type of discrimination.” Among other things, the Nazis were forced to wear Jewish stars when Green compared the planned vaccine logos on the name tags of employees of a supermarket.

Speaking to the US House of Representatives in May, Green said of the need for masks, “You know, for a time in history when people were told to wear the gold star, they were certainly treated like second-class citizens. They were loaded onto trains and taken to gas chambers in Nazi Germany.”

When he repeatedly compared Corona’s actions to the planned murder of six million Jews, Green provoked outrage in party ways and raised his own faction leadership against him. He also publicly advertised the so-called QAnon conspiracy theories. For example, its supporters believe that Trump sought to expose systematic child abuse by the satanic politicians of the American Democrats.

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