#Andrew Clyde

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GOP Rep. Refused to Shake Hands With Officer Who Defended Capitol on Jan. 6

A Republican member of Congress refused to shake the hand of a police officer who defended the Capitol on Jan. 6 while the two rode an elevator together Wednesday. Officer Michael Fanone, who was beaten unconscious and suffered a heart attack as a result of fighting during the Capitol riot, had come to Capitol Hill to speak to members of Congress who voted against awarding the Congressional Gold Medal to Capitol Police officers who responded to the attack. Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-GA) was one such member, and when Fanone stepped into an elevator with him, Clyde refused to greet Fanone. The officer said, “I knew immediately he recognized me by the way he reacted. He completely froze. He just stared at me.” And then after Fanone explained why he was there, he said, Clyde “turned away from me, pulled out his cellphone and started thumbing through the apps.” Clyde has become one of the most revisionist voices on the Capitol riot, voting against the Gold Medal and calling the attempted insurrection a “normal tourist visit.”
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The US Sun

What district does Georgia Rep. Andrew Clyde represent?

BEFORE politics, Rep. Andrew Clyde served for 28 years in the Navy. Along with being the Representative of Georgia, Clyde also owns a gun shop. What district does Georgia Rep. Andrew Clyde represent?. Clyde is a representative for Georgia's 9th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives. He...
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Gohmert, Clyde sue over House metal detector fines

Reps. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, and Andrew Clyde, R-Ga., are claiming that House security rules and punishments are being selectively enforced against Republicans, while Democrats including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have been able to ignore protocols with impunity. In a lawsuit filed Sunday, the congressmen claimed that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi...
Public SafetyWinston-Salem Journal

WLET - Ronnie Miller

So the Jan. 6 insurrectionists were not antifa after all. They were FBI plants. So says Tucker Carlson. But there was no real violence, they were all acting just like tourists, Republican Rep. Andrew Clyde says, so what did antifa — I mean, the FBI — do? It sounds like...
Congress & CourtsGainesville Times

Opinion: Does Rep. Clyde represent our values?

We all saw what happened on Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol, so why is Rep. Andrew Clyde promoting the big lie? Does he believe that this was a normal visit to the Capitol? Does he want school children to break windows when we visit the Georgia Capitol? Should the students erect a gallows and chant “Hang Brian Kemp?”