Marjorie Taylor Greene Threatens Biden With Impeachment Vote

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – On Monday, June 3, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) claimed that she was looking to force a vote on impeaching President Joe Biden over the border crisis. This is a threat that came shortly before Biden was set to sign an executive order focusing on illegal immigration.

Greene told reporters that she was originally planning on forcing a vote that very night. However, she stated that she was holding off as she wanted to first have a conversation with Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.). 

She said at the time that she could force a vote on a privileged resolution “this week,” but wanted to speak to Johnson before moving forward. She added that this is someone who she had voted for, and who claimed to be in support of former president Donald Trump. She said she wanted to talk to him to see if he intended to do something about the situation. 

When asked about what would occur if Johnson refused to put the impeachment articles on the floor, Greene was quick to point out that she would be forcing a vote. She stated that she would just drop them on the floor and then everyone would vote so that they could see where each Representative stood. She added that she was angry and that she had not come to Washington just to “hang out” with others. She insisted that what the people wanted was a “legitimate government” and that right now, this is not something the country has.

There have been no reports suggesting that Greene has moved forward with her plans. It is unclear whether she still intends to do so.

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