Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slams the GOP for not punishing Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene for her comments and clearly expressed support for a group of conspiracy theorists known as QAnon. Pelosi said "I remain profoundly concerned about House Republicans' leadership acceptance of extreme conspiracy theorists" and went on about it in her recent video as shown below.

Besides that, the House will vote today to decide if they will remove Rep. Greene from her committee assignments. This will make the GOP members vote for or against her and it will be on record what they choose to do with their fellow Congresswoman, as per a report on CNBC.

The vote on Greene, who has refused to publicly back down from unrelenting criticism over a laundry list of extreme remarks and conspiracy claims she made prior to taking office, marks an inflection point within the Republican Party as it struggles to define itself in the wake of Donald Trump’s presidency.

Greene isn't the only one facing a dilemma. The House Republicans also voted in a secret ballot on what to do with Republican Rep. Liz Cheney who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump over the incident at the Capitol.

Cheney survived the vote by a margin of 145-61, NBC News reported. During the meeting, Greene, R-Ga., disavowed some of her most incendiary positions, NBC reported, including her support for the outlandish pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy and her reported suggestion that some school shootings had been staged. Greene’s speech at the meeting was met with applause, sources told NBC.

At this point, the vote on Greene is not yet decided, so keep an eye out for the results.