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Rep. Greene defends going maskless, pushes back against Dem accusations of spreading COVID-19

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene defended her decision to not wear a mask when locked in a secure room with other House members during the Capitol riots and the Georgia Republican pushed back against Democrats who are now blaming her and other maskless GOP members for their recent coronavirus positive tests.

Greene said she tested negative for COVID-19 on Jan. 4 at the White House and doesn't believe that healthy Americans should be forced to muzzle themselves with a mask. "It is absolutely ridiculous and insane to blame us," Greene told Fox News. "[We] did not have COVID or any symptoms." The newly elected House member stated that "Healthy people do not spread COVID" and pointed out that "COVID positive people spread COVID." Asymptomatic and.

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