Marjorie Taylor Greene Pushes for Biden Impeachment Vote

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( – Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has threatened that she would return to what was dubbed her “combative persona” by Newsweek, if there was no vote to impeach President Joe Biden. During an appearance on Real America’s Voice, a cable channel, on August 29, Greene argued that Biden’s impeachment should be what they vote on in September. She warned that if they did not, she would turn into the Marjorie Taylor Greene that they have “always known” because she wouldn’t be able to handle it.

This week, Congress is returning to Washington following their recess. One of the first plans on the Republican agenda right now is to vote for President Biden to be impeached. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has been increasingly supportive of the possibility of an impeachment inquiry into the President. Newsweek reported that last week, he argued that this was the “natural step forward” following the GOP’s investigation of Biden and his family.

Greene has argued that she believes McCarthy is going to call for an impeachment vote in September, especially because he has expressed support for an inquiry. She then alleged that had the vote happened during the day of her interview, McCarthy “would be one of the first ones to vote yes.” She added that this shows that the problem was not the House Speaker but rather those GOP lawmakers whose districts were won by President Biden and who are not supportive of impeachment.

Greene had first been elected to the House in 2020 and since then she has become well known for believing and promoting several conspiracy theories and extremist views.

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