A group of 22 House Republicans voted Wednesday night with Democrats to table a resolution that would censure Democratic Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib over her “anti-Semitic beliefs.”
The resolution was introduced by Republican Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. The House did not end up voting on the legislation after 22 Republicans voted with Democrats on a motion to table the vote. 13 Republicans did note vote. The vote was 222-186. After the vote, Rep. Van Orden changed his vote to no.
“I just introduced my resolution to censure Rashida Tlaib as privileged to force a House vote in two legislative days,” Greene wrote in a tweet after introducing the resolution.
“Tlaib led a pro-Hamas insurrection into the Capitol complex, has repeatedly displayed her anti-Semitic beliefs, and shown her hatred for Israel. She must be held accountable and censured.”
Here are the names:
Rep. Johnson (SD)
Rep. Miller (OH)
Rep. Scott (GA)
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