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Majorie Taylor Greene Floats Idea of Impeaching Biden Over Border Chaos

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) expressed her intention to initiate a vote on impeaching President Biden this week in response to the situation at the southern border.

This threat is made in anticipation of the president’s imminent implementation of a highly anticipated executive order that would restrict movement across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Greene informed reporters on Monday evening that she intended to initiate a motion to compel a vote on her articles of impeachment that evening.

However, she ultimately decided to postpone the action in order to consult with Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.). She cautioned, however, that she may initiate the resolution later this week.

“Right here, privileged resolution of impeachment. I can force a vote this week. But you know what, I was gonna do it tonight but I decided I’m gonna go talk to our Republican elected Speaker of the House, Mike Johnson, that I actually voted for that claims he supports Trump, and ask him if he’s gonna do something about it.” Greene told reporters.

Greene responded that she would insist on a vote if Johnson declined to present the articles of impeachment for a vote.

“I’ll just drop them on the floor and then we can vote and see where everybody stands. I’m mad. I didn’t come up here to hang out with everybody and go ‘oh, hey, guys.’ I mean, my people at home are mad. Everybody across this country are furious. We don’t want a banana republic — we want an actual legitimate government. We want a real justice system. We don’t have one right now.” Greene concluded.

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