Phillip: Why Taylor Greene keeps making anti-Semitic comments

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    CNN’s Abby Phillip says that Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) keeps making comments like the ones that compared the Biden administration’s vaccination push to Nazi-era Brown Shirts because Greene believes that they help her with the Republican base loyal to former President Donald Trump.

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