Andrew Clyde

Georgia Republican Andrew Clyde once likened the deadly U.S. Capitol riot to a "normal tourist visit."
Despite what Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-Ga.) said, on Jan. 6, the Capitol looked nothing like it does when it's populated by normal, peaceful tourists.
Michael Fanone asked the House GOP leader to publicly denounce statements by Republican members. He wasn't satisfied with McCarthy's response.
Arizona Rep. Ruben Gallego said many GOP lawmakers now "treating Capitol Police like s**t" were frightened during the insurrection.
Officer Michael Fanone said Rep. Andrew Clyde ignored him and ran away "like a coward."
When Rep. Andrew Clyde ran into Michael Fanone, who was beaten by rioters on Jan. 6, he wouldn't shake his hand, according to two other congressmen.
Georgia Republican Andrew Clyde's gaslighting on the insurrection was transformed into a spoof tour company spot on Stephen Colbert's "The Late Show."
The Utah senator responded to House Republicans attempting to rewrite history just months after the violent attack.
Rep. Andrew Clyde of Georgia told some whoppers about the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.