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Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is going after RINOs and Never-Trumpers in her own party.
Greene slammed President Joe Biden and Democrats for trying to implement their far-left agenda in America.
Greene then turned her focus to Republicans, mainly Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Greene argued in several tweets that Republicans are “merging with Democrats” and doing next-to-nothing to stop Biden and Democrats.
Here’s what Greene had to say:
I ran for Congress because when Republicans controlled the House and Senate during the first two years of Trump’s presidency, they failed to deliver key issues that were of utmost importance to Republican voters. Broken campaign promises like: Repealing Obamacare. Obamacare took my family’s premium from $800 to over $2400 Funding and building a border wall. Rs funded all kinds of things for foreign countries but wouldn’t build a wall for Americans.
Defunding Sanctuary cities. Rs funded cities that harbor illegal aliens. Defunding Planned Parenthood. During the first two years under Trump, Rs couldn’t even defund that disgusting abortion mill. No, they funded it. That’s the one I really can’t get over.
You see, Republicans have a razor-thin minority in the House, only short a few votes. This puts maximum pressure on Pelosi to perform because she can’t lose any votes, she needs her full conference to pass bills. And perform she does. I respect her for that. Easy to perform when Republicans in the House apply no real pressure even though Democrat bills are so heinously un-American. The Communist Democrat agenda could be beaten if my colleagues would legislate and take action the way many give interviews on TV.
The political pendulum has swung back & forth between Rs & Ds for decades & we’re $30 trillion in debt, on the brink of communism, at risk of economic collapse, being drug into full dependence on a global economy, & the experienced Rs want to lecture me on how it’s done?
It’s beyond me that my Conference still chooses to stay with the “messaging” and fundraising tactic to take back the House and hasn’t comprehended what everyone else on the planet knows to be true.
We won’t have a Constitution or country left to take back in ‘22 and definitely not in ‘24 if Republicans in Congress don’t get their asses in gear. If Republicans are worth their weight in salt then they better wake up and realize that they are leaving their own with no confidence and feeling like they have to take matters into their own hands.
Here is what must be done. Impeach Joe Biden. The GOP Conference must come together with Articles of Impeachment. Spend as much money as it takes to apply pressure on moderate Dems that know they will lose their seats if they vote NO on impeachment.
Earlier this week, Greene easily won the Republican primary in Georgia.
Greene defeated several Republicans vying to unseat her, particularly Jennifer Strahan, the founder of a suburban Atlanta health care advisory firm who pitched herself to voters as a “no-nonsense conservative.”
Earlier this month, a judge ruled that Greene can run for re-election, rejecting a lawsuit from a liberal group that had challenged her eligibility.
Georgia state law states that State Administrative Law Judge Charles Beaudrot had to submit his findings to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
Raffensperger accepted the judge’s findings and said Greene is qualified to run for re-election.
James Bopp Jr., Greene’s attorney, dismissed the lawsuit against his client as “50 pages of newspaper articles, hearsay, and political hyperbole.”
Bopp also warned during the court hearing last week that a ruling against Green could eventually lead to challenges against Donald Trump’s fitness for office.
Greene previously spoke out against the lawsuit.
“This is the same evil playbook the dishonest Communist Democrats use against President Trump and his family. Now they are using it on me, because they know I’m effective and will not bow to the DC machine,” Greene said.
“As I’ve said many times before, I’m vehemently opposed to all forms of political violence,” she said. “I’ve never encouraged political violence and never will.”