Georgia and other Southern states will see more extreme gerrymandering unless democratic reforms are adopted.
Greene’s spouting misinformation without consequence signals the GOP might be trending toward embracing her views.
The House will vote on Thursday whether to remove Greene from committee assignments, Pelosi added in her statement.
Greene has a history of racist, anti-Muslim and antisemitic comments, and has called for violence against Democrats.
The move was prompted by a CNN report showing Greene voicing support for the execution of top Democratic officials.
Greene has backed several conspiracy theories, including claims that deadly school shootings were “false flag” events.
Ocasio-Cortez made the comments while discussing QAnon Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Expulsion of a member of the House would require two-thirds of that legislative body to vote in favor of doing so.
“I will be watching,” Trump said in departing remarks on Wednesday, adding that he’d be back to politics “in some form.”
The baseless charges aren’t likely to go anywhere in the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives.