Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) boasted Wednesday that she informed a reporter to “return to your nation” after being requested concerning the disparity in gun violence between the U.S. and the U.Okay.

“We don’t have weapons within the U.Okay., that’s true, however we don’t have mass shootings both,” a lady, whose identification was unclear, requested Greene at a press convention, based on a clip the congresswoman posted to Twitter. “Youngsters aren’t scared to go to highschool.”

Greene, flanked by different pro-gun Home Republicans, together with Reps. Lauren Boebert (Colo.) Thomas Massie (Ky.) and Andrew Clyde (Ga.), replied: “You’ve got mass stabbings, girl. You’ve got every kind of homicide and also you’ve received legal guidelines in opposition to that.”

“Nothing like the identical charges right here,” the reporter replied.

“Properly, you may return to your nation and fear about your no weapons. We like ours right here,” Greene stated.

The U.S. murder charge is four times higher than the U.Okay. In line with the Pew Research Center, practically 80% of U.S. murders in 2020 concerned a firearm.

Globally, firearms accounted for 54% of all homicides in 2017 whereas knives accounted for 22%, per a United Nations Global Study on Homicide.

The gun demise charge within the U.S. is considerably larger than another developed nation, most of which have stricter gun management legal guidelines. Prior to now few years, England, Scotland and Wales combined have seen around 30 gun deaths a year. Comparatively, the variety of murders involving firearms in the U.S. in 2020 was 19,384.

Greene and many of her House GOP colleagues have criticized a bipartisan gun invoice which on Tuesday cleared an initial hurdle to passing within the Senate, breaking a decades-long stalemate on gun management laws. The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act would broaden background checks and direct thousands and thousands of {dollars} towards serving to states enact red-flag laws, which permit authorities to briefly confiscate firearms from people deemed harmful to themselves or others.

A group of 14 Republicans, together with Minority Chief Mitch McConnell (Ky.) and Sens. John Cornyn (Texas), Lindsey Graham (S.C.) and Mitt Romney (Utah), voted to proceed with the invoice.

Greene listed the names of these senators throughout her press convention, declaring them the elected Republicans that “Republican voters don’t assist anymore.”

“We’ve gotta change our Republican Get together,” she stated.

Nevertheless, polling has repeatedly proven {that a} majority of voters, together with Republicans and gun homeowners, assist background checks and red flag laws.