“The Capitol is basically like a glass castle just waiting to be shattered by the American people who are sick and tired and fed up with lies and hypocrisy. That’s all I see most of the time in Congress: lies and hypocrisy–just fear-based decisions. The stupid Republicans that just won’t push the line and won’t cross the line and won’t go far enough, because they’re scared. Because somebody might stand up and challenge them, or someone’s going to write a bad news story, or simply whatever it may be…It’s not the Democrats that are screwing you, it’s our own party. And that is what happened, just like you said, Steve, after the Tea Party wave back in 2009 and 2010, when we took over and things that were supposed to be better, the Republican Party turned around and failed us.”—Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, discussing her loathing of her job in an interview with former Trump advisor and avowed racist Steve Bannon. In the same interview, Greene claimed to have denounced the January 6 Capitol Insurrection while it was taking place, though recent reporting by Rolling Stone actually identifies Greene as one of the architects of the attack. Bannon, likewise, continues to defy a congressional subpoena to testify before the House Select Committee on the Insurrection and has said he encouraged Donald Trump to hold on to power by any means necessary.