Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green, from the newly elected Republican Party of Georgia, announced on Twitter on Wednesday that she would submit articles against the impeachment of President-elect Biden every day after taking office.
She said her motive was to defend the 75 million Americans who “do nothing” in the government.
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She said: “It’s time to stand up.” “I am proud to be the voice of the neglected Republican voter.”
President Trump was impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives for the second time in history on Wednesday, accused of “inciting an uprising”
Ten Republicans fled Trump and joined the Democrats. Democrats said that if Congress does not allow him to be inspected by Congress on January 20 before the Democratic Party Biden’s inauguration, he must assume responsibility and warn ominously that “there is an obvious danger.”
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The congresswoman did not specify the exact allegations she would make against Biden, but she posted a famous panel discussion of the Foreign Relations Committee on Twitter in which Biden talked about how he urged Ukrainian officials to fire the country’s prosecutors in 2015 Viktor Shokin (Viktor Shokin), when he was vice president. Biden denied any wrongdoing.
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Green’s office and Biden’s transition team did not immediately respond to Fox News’s non-working hours emails.
Green’s actions seem to be symbolic. Congress will be controlled by the Democrats, and she will need a small group of members to bring the charges into the Senate.
Her announcement seemed to contradict many in her own party, who said that Trump’s second impeachment was an unnecessary split when the country needed to begin to unite.
Green has Defended Congress’s decision to lock her and other House members in a safe room during the congressional riots without wearing a mask, and backed down to Democrats, who now blame her and other maskless Republicans for their recent positive coronavirus tests.
She said that she tested negative for COVID-19 at the White House on January 4 and that Americans who don’t think healthy should be forced to wear a mask.
Marissa Schultz of Fox News and the Associated Press contributed to this report