The 13 House Republicans who voted for the construction were defeated by what was described as a dangerous and violent post-Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene published their phone numbers.
The story of Punchbowl AM described the situation.
GOP heroes as Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.), Lauren Boebert (Colo.), Madison Cawthorn (NC), and Matt Gaetz (Fla.), Among others, have called for the repatriation of 13 Republicans, including stripped them of their clothing. committee functions or member responsibilities. Greene posted their office numbers online, which led to bad or threatening calls. Former President Donald Trump called some – but not all – members of the “RINO” party who should be “ashamed of themselves.”
Republicans intimidate fellow Republicans for working with Democrats
The message is that anyone who joins the Democrats will risk their lives. It is amazing that President Biden and Speaker Pelosi were able to get any Republican support in the House for the construction bill, given notice of Republican opposition to bipartisanship.
Pursuing their members to retaliate is not only dangerous because of the coalition in the caucus, but also ensures that there will be no chance of gaining any support from Democrats if Republicans return to power.
Marjorie Taylor Greene is one of Trump’s favorite. He recently complained that the Young House Leader was “not doing him any good.”
If the House of Republicans wins a majority, they will intervene immediately, and the House will once again become a wildfire that has not been able to do anything that was the last time the GOP had a majority.
The difference will be that domestic political criminals like Marjorie Taylor Greene will be numerous, and Trumpet they will demand payment and power.
Mr. Easley is the editor-in-chief. He is also the White House Press Pool and a DRM correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, and specialized public administration skills.
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