Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Unwell.) laid into his colleague, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), on Sunday after her attorneys characterised her as a sufferer, not a perpetrator, of the U.S. Capitol assault.

“For Marjorie Taylor Greene to say she’s a sufferer. It’s wonderful how people like her assault everyone for being a sufferer,” Kinzinger stated on CBS’ “Face The Nation.”

“I imply, she assaulted I feel a survivor’s household from a faculty taking pictures sooner or later in D.C.,” he stated. “She stood outdoors of congresswoman’s workplace and yelled at her via a mail slot and stated she was too scared to return out and confront her.

“After which when Marjorie Taylor Greene is confronted, she’s impulsively a sufferer and a poor helpless congresswoman that’s simply attempting to do her job.”

“That’s insane,” he added.

Kinzinger was seemingly referring to 2 movies of Greene in 2019 earlier than she was elected to Congress. In a single, she is seen persistently harassing Parkland taking pictures survivor David Hogg close to the U.S. Capitol. In one other, Greene screams abuse at Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez via the mailbox to her workplace, telling her to “cease being a child and cease locking your door and are available out and face the Americans that you simply serve.”

Final week, attorneys representing Greene in a authorized battle to maintain her title on the first poll in Georgia argued in a courtroom submitting that Greene “was not a participant within the January sixth violence—she was a sufferer.”

“She was sequestered for hours, she was scared and confused, and he or she and her household feared for her life,” attorneys argued, claiming Greene had

A bunch of Greene’s constituents represented by Free Speech for Folks, a company that advocates for honest elections, is attempting to disqualify Greene from operating for reelection, arguing she violated the Fourteenth Modification by taking part within the Jan. 6, 2021, rebel.