Louie Gohmert

"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" put a taunting political spin on the reality franchise.
Gohmert, an extremist right-winger, stirs up Republican infighting with his challenge to incumbent Ken Paxton, who has been endorsed by Donald Trump.
Many Republicans have defended the Arizona lawmaker after he posted a video depicting him brutally attacking Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The lawmaker attracted mockery after he asked if the Forest Service could change the moon's orbit to combat climate change.
Then he made a point about SAT scores and the Department of Education that's contradicted by test data.
The GOP lawmakers were the first to be fined for refusing to cooperate with the new security policy, put in place after last month's deadly Capitol insurrection.
The vice president encouraged challenges to the election results despite the lack of any evidence of voter fraud.
The Texas lawmaker compares his philosophy to Martin Luther King's, even as he rails to overthrow the democratic election.
The Texas lawmaker hinted that he now thinks the only recourse to Trump's presidential loss is violence.
Rep. Louie Gohmert teamed up with Arizona's would-be Republican electors in an attempt to give Pence sole power over counting electoral votes in Congress.
“My father ignored medical expertise and now he has COVID,” wrote the daughter of the anti-mask Texas Republican, who tested positive last week.
Anti-abortion congressman Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) is suddenly very pro-choice about his decision to take hydroxychloroquine.
Rep. Louie Gohmert, who believes women should be forced to carry unwanted pregnancies to term, is suddenly all about (his) freedom of choice.
It's a "sign of respect to the health, safety and well-being of others," the House speaker said.
The Texas Republican lawmaker was tested Wednesday before he was scheduled to travel with President Donald Trump.
The former special counsel's concise reply to an accusation that he'd perpetuated injustice has become a meme.
The list of offensive statements they've tolerated is much, much longer.
The GOP congressman suggested to "Fox & Friends" that building a border wall would be an act of "compassion" toward Mexico.
Stuart Varney condemns "false allegations" involving an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory. The host didn't confront the congressman at the time, though.