STEVE BANNON (HOST): You have to – remember the thing in High Noon, somebody has to go to meet the train. It's the whole purp – the whole thing of the movie, Got a lot of talk. People are going to talk about this, we're going to talk about – these guys are bad – no. But it's some human agency. At some point somebody has to go meet the train with the bad guys, right? That's human agency. The whole purpose of that movie is to show you agency, not talk, but action. Marjorie Taylor Greene.
MARJORIE TAYLOR GREENE: Well you're right, Steve, and that's what's missing. And it really – it kind of sickens me, really. You know, all of it's so easy – the Capitol, it's basically like a glass castle just waiting to be shattered by the American people that are sick and tired and fed up of the lies and the hypocrisy. And that's all I see most of the time in Congress is lies and hypocrisy or just fear-based decisions.
The stupid Republicans that just won't push the line and won't cross the line and won't go far enough because they're scared. Because somebody might stand up and challenge them or someone's going to write a new – a bad news story or simply whatever it may be, they may lose their lobbyist donations.
BANNON: Hold on, but I want to stop you right there because I know Media Matters is going to be all over this.
Marjorie Taylor Greene some of the first, hey, there's stuff that went on there that's got to be held accountable by the law. She's been adamant about that. That's the power of what she's saying. She's not excusing all that behavior. Not excusing it at all. But there's a way and process that you do that.