Group of House Republicans Revolt Against Pelosi’s Mask Mandate By Invading Senate Floor in Protest

A group of House Republicans revolted against the mask mandate re-instituted by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) today by invading the Senate Floor, where masks are still optional, in protest.

U.S. House Rep Chip Roy (R-TX) tweeted out earlier “Heading to Senate floor with about 50 colleagues to demand we end the mask charade.”

Roy made a speech yesterday that went viral, and caused left-wing outlet The Recount to tweet that he threw a “tantrum” on the House floor.

“Here in the people’s house, I can’t exercise my constitutional duty unless I wear a mask, which is it, vaccines or masks?” U.S. Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) asked in the impassioned speech.

“This institution is a sham and we should adjourn and shut this place down,” Roy added.

U.S. House Rep Barry Lowdermilk (R-GA) said of the protest today that crossing back into the “Socialist controlled” House from the Senate, where masking is voluntary, was like crossing the DMZ (Deplorable Mask Zone).

U.S. House Rep Kat Cammack (R-FL) shared a bulletin that was given to her yesterday and signed by the U.S. Capitol Chief of Police.

In the bulletin, it states that the Office of Attending Physician (OAP) advised that Congress follow the CDC guidance to require mask wearing in interior space.

Cammack stated, “In today’s edition of Pelosi’s abuse of power, Capitol Police have been directed to arrest staff and visitors to comply with her mask mandate for vaccinated individuals.”

“For Members, they advise not arresting but ‘reporting Members to SAA for their failure to comply,’ Cammack lamented.

U.S. House Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) quote tweeted Cammack and declared, “This is hysterical unprecedented abuse of power!!! VACATE THE CHAIR NOW!!! #WeWillNotComply

Video shared by Greene showed the group of House Republicans heading to the Senate floor.