Greene occurred with Harris's message, and responded with tweets that accused the Democratic Party of hating"our freedom" and"the Veterans who died defending it."
"Not one Veteran gave their own life to support your freedom killing Socialist BS," the contentious freshman congresswoman from Georgia tweeted in reaction to Harris.
"They functioned to protect our freedoms and our boundaries, which you definitely care nothing about since you haven't been there after, VP Border Czar."
In another tweet, Greene added:"You all should wake up to this simple fact this is not an off tweet by @KamalaHarris. Her political consultants did this. It's a manifestation of the Democrat party, who hates our freedom. And hates the hive that died protecting it, so they purposely insult them"
Greene wasn't the only person to criticize the vice president for failing to admit in her tweet the Memorial Day holiday would be to try to remember the country's fallen soldiers.
Harris made no remark on the criticism, however she paid tribute to the nation's heroes in a tweet Sunday, writing:"Through our history our service women and men have risked everything to defend our freedoms and our country.
Greene's attack on Harris comes after the congresswoman came under fire on her comments comparing mask mandates and COVID Security measures to the persecution endured by Jews in Nazi Germany
Earlier this week, several Republican leaders condemned Greene's comments but stopped short of calling for her to face disciplinary measures.
"Marjorie is wrong, and her intentional choice to compare the horrors of the Holocaust with sporting masks is dreadful," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said in a statement after times of mourning strain to condemn Greene's comments. "The simple fact that this needs to be mentioned now is deeply troubling."
"You know, we can look back at a time and history where people were told to put on a gold star, and they were definitely treated like second-class citizens, so much so that they were put in trains and taken to gas chambers in Nazi Germany," Greene had stated in an interview. "This is precisely the type of abuse which Nancy Pelosi is speaking about."
Over the course of many days, Greene remained unrepentant and pitched down on the comparison.