Greene: McCarthy ‘doesn’t have full support to be the speaker’
re come back. Marjorie Taylor GreenMarjorie Taylor GreenGOP Efforts to Play Down the Risk of Increased Capitol Riots The memo: What now for anti-Trump Republicans? Representative Marjorie Taylor Green says she will meet Trump ‘soon’ in Florida more (R-Ga.) On Thursday she told her fellow MP. Matt GatesMatthew (Matt) GatesGreene: McCarthy ‘doesn’t have full support to be the speaker’ Marjorie Taylor Green introduces bill to award Congressional Gold Medal to Rittenhouse Press: Rittenhouse ruling demands change in gun laws more (R-Fla.) During a podcast discussion on House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthyKevin McCarthyGreene: McCarthy ‘doesn’t have full support to be the speaker’ Christie: McCarthy, not Trump, will be the next speaker Hill Morning Report – Submitted by ExxonMobil – Arbery Case, Biden Bill Spends Every Justice Opinion Test more (Republic of California) “I do not have the full support of being the speaker.”
We know Kevin McCarthy has a problem with our conference. He doesn’t have the full support to be the speaker,” Green She said In an episode of the “Firebrand with Matt Gaetz” podcast.
“He doesn’t have the votes out there, because there are a lot of us who are very unhappy with the failure to hold Republicans to account, while conservatives like me, Paul GosarPaul Anthony GosarGreene: McCarthy ‘doesn’t have full support to be the speaker’ Omar calls out Popper over ‘anti-Muslim’ remarks, denies Capitol incident Jan 6 Regulators use cell phones to communicate with the White House: Report more, and many others are consistently taken offended by Democrats. “It’s not going to happen to the American people,” she said.
Greene also criticized McCarthy for being stripped of her duties on the committee earlier this year.
In February, her two committee assignments were stripped by House Democrats and nearly a dozen Republicans for apparently supporting violence against Democratic lawmakers as well as her previous acceptance of QAnon and other conspiracy theories.
“Number one, everyone saw that I was stripped of committee membership as a whole new member of Congress, robbing my district of the ability to have representation serving on the committees. No action was taken,” Green said. Nothing to defend me, and nothing to stop him. Then today we saw Paul Gosar blame and then we saw him lose a commission, and that’s another failure.”
Gosar, who shared a photoshopped anime video of him killing the deputy. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezGreene: McCarthy ‘doesn’t have full support to be the speaker’ Omar calls out Popper over ‘anti-Muslim’ remarks, denies Capitol incident Five reasons why Biden and the Republican Party should be thankful this season more (DN.Y.), he also lost his duties to the committee after the video.
McCarthy Pledge That both members would return to committee duties if Republicans achieved a majority again in the House of Representatives in 2022.
“They’re going to have commissions,” McCarthy said earlier this month. “They may have other committee tasks. They may have better committee tasks.”
Hill reached out to McCarthy’s office for comment.