When pressed about whether that included Muslim remarks aimed at Omar, he said: “I think everyone speaks for themselves, but I don’t speak for the party. And if I wanted to let you know that I did, I think that would be a bit presumptuous. That is my opinion. So it’s like, hey, you’re responsible for what you say. But in terms of the brand as a whole, I think it’s more of a project than an individual.”
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/boebert-mace-islamophobia/2021/12/02/092f8eae-52b8-11ec-8769-2f4ecdf7a2ad_story.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_politics House Republicans expressed concern about the party’s infighting, but not the rhetoric about Islam that caused it.