After a month of serving, it’s time for Marjorie Taylor Greene to resign
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has long called for both Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Josh Hawley (R-MO) to resign after perpetuating claims of election fraud by then-President Donald Trump.
Donald Trump was impeached twice — once for calling on an international ally to find dirt on a political opponent and another for inciting insurrection on the United States of America after losing a fair and free election. No other president has conducted as much harm on the country and no other president has been this worthy of impeachment. No other president has been impeached and lost the popular vote in an election they shouldn’t have even won.
As citizens may have heard, Marjorie Taylor Greene has filed a motion in the House of Representatives to impeach newly-elected President Joe Biden.
“There are, unfortunately, a handful of members of Congress — and Mrs. Taylor Greene is just one of them — who are morally bankrupt,” Jason Crow (D-CO) told CNN in an interview. “They are depraved, and they’re frankly dangerous individuals.”
One day after terrorists in MAGA hats stormed the Capitol, Greene wrote on Twitter, “Democrats must be held accountable for the political violence inspired by their rhetoric.” The post was flagged by Twitter.
Greene was elected to serve as Representative for the 14th Congressional District of Georgia. The district is 85% white, 11% hispanic, and 9% Black. A Democratic President hasn’t received more than 25% of the vote in the district. It was drawn in its current form in 2013.
Greene ran unopposed, as her only opponent, Democrat Kevin Van Ausdal, withdrew prior to the election.
She had previously called mass shootings “false flags” perpetrated by gun advocacy groups and said that the California wildfires were caused by “Jewish space lasers,” whatever that means. Democrats should be concerned for this rhetoric, so should Republicans. The GOP has enough evidence to suggest that her candidacy has allowed Republicans to surrender Georgia in the 2020 election.
Don’t discredit any organizers that helped Democrats pull through, but Greene made winning for Democrats much easier.
Rep. Greene will believe anything she reads on the internet, except if you search “who is the current United States President?” She is dangerous, should at the very least be removed from the Education and Labor Committees she’s a part of, and either resign or be expelled from the U.S. House of Representatives.
More than 30,000 United States voters have removed their Republican affiliation since the storming of the U.S. Capitol. Nearly 10,000 of those are from Pennsylvania, 6,000 in North Carolina, 5,000 in Arizona, and 4,500 in Colorado.
Republicans obviously have a reason to condemn Marjorie Taylor Greene, so why is she still serving?