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Marjorie Taylor Greene Criticizes Fellow Republicans in Interview with Tucker Carlson



Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from Georgia expressed her frustrations with fellow Republicans in a candid discussion with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Thursday.

During her appearance on Carlson’s Twitter show, Greene covered a range of topics, including her past media issues and her views on her colleagues in the House.

Greene’s critique focused on the new House Speaker Mike Johnson. She expressed her extreme disappointment with Johnson’s early actions, particularly his decision to bring a continuing resolution to the floor that fully funded President Joe Biden’s administration’s budget, originally created and passed by Nancy Pelosi. Greene was outspoken in her disdain for Pelosi’s tenure as speaker and the budget she put forward, describing it as “disgusting” and “filled with utter, horrible things.”

“This is a CEO position of one of the most powerful companies, so to speak, in the world — or the most powerful one,” Greene said. “And I was extremely disappointed when the first thing our new Speaker Mike Johnson does as a conservative, is he brings a continuing resolution to the floor … that just completely funds Joe Biden and his administration’s budget that Nancy Pelosi created and passed during my first term, which I hated, absolutely hated.”

Greene also criticized Johnson’s staunch support for funding conflicts in Ukraine and Israel. She echoed Carlson’s concerns about the government’s ability to continue when major issues like immigration and debt are not being addressed. Greene lamented the lack of action from Republicans to halt Democratic policies, accusing them of merely campaigning on these issues without taking substantive action.

“You have one party that’s destroying the country at high speed and another party that’s helping them do it. And then the majority of the population to one degree or another is not on board with this. … Like that can’t continue forever, can it?” Carlson asked.

“Here’s why I hate Republicans right now. They don’t do a damn thing to stop it, Tucker. They campaign on it every single cycle. They talk about it. They go on the news and say all these wonderful sounding things to their voters and their donors,” Greene replied.

Greene also discussed her previous attempts to impeach President Joe Biden, FBI Director Christopher Wray, Attorney General Merrick Garland and U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves. She highlighted her recent motion to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on November 9, citing his failure to maintain control of the southern border and alleging conduct incompatible with U.S. laws.

“Who’s doing this?” Carlson pressed.

“Mike Turner, chairman of Intel … Patrick McHenry, another Chairman — I’m not sure which committee he is. Virginia Fox, chairman of ed and workforce. Four Republicans on the Judiciary Committee which is where impeachment takes place,” Greene stated. “Ken Buck, of course, though we don’t expect anything different from him. Darrell Issa, former chairman of the Oversight Committee from California said that I lacked maturity for trying to impeach Mayorkas, imagine that.”

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