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Marjorie Greene oversteps protocol to push Biden’s impeachment vote

Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has announced her intention to file impeachment articles against President Joe Biden through a privileged resolution.

This move oversteps the traditional control exerted by House Republican leadership on what issues make it to the House floor, obligating House Republicans to vote on the measure.

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Greene frustrated over Republican’s reluctance to impeach Biden

Greene expressed her frustration with her party’s hesitance in initiating impeachment proceedings to Breitbart News, saying, “I don’t know what it’s going to take to get them to realize what fools Republicans look like in Congress for not moving forward on impeachment.”

Greene referred to President Biden as a “criminal” who had committed “high crimes and misdemeanors” during his tenure as vice president.

Marjorie levels corruption allegation on the Biden family

According to Greene, the Oversight Committee’s investigations have revealed Biden’s alleged corruption, including getting Victor Shokin, a prosecutor investigating Burisima, fired with a $5 million bribe from a Ukrainian oligarch.

Greene claims evidence of international money transfers into a fictitious LLC benefiting the Biden family.

“We have bank records after bank records after bank records showing that money was transferred, wire transferred in, from all kinds of countries all over the world, from all kinds of foreign nationals and businesses and state governments into the fake LLC, paying the Biden family members,” Greene said.

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Greene disappointed by GOP’s inaction on impeachment

Despite this, Greene feels a sense of inertia within her party.

“Everyone knows this. But for some reason, Republicans in Congress can’t even start the impeachment process.”

“They can’t even begin it at this point,” she lamented.

Taylor faces resistance from GOP Judiciary Committee members

Greene’s privileged resolution was the most viewed bill on Congress.gov all Wednesday.

However, she notes that her Republican peers on the House Judiciary Committee remain unsupportive of her impeachment efforts.

Greene named Ken Buck and Tom McClintock, Judiciary Committee members, among those who resist impeachment proceedings.

Marjorie Greene disagrees with GOP on impeachment stance

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Greene addressed her party’s conference, expressing her disagreement with their position on impeachment. “Today, I addressed the entire [Republican] conference and told them that I could not disagree with them anymore on their stance on an impeachment because leadership is completely against [it].”

“They just aren’t there yet. And I told every single one of them I could not disagree with them more.”

Greene affirms loyalty to party leadership despite differences

Despite these differences, Greene maintains respect for the party’s leadership.

She supports Kevin McCarthy and intends to discuss with him and the rest of the leadership team before filing her privileged resolution.

“I support our leadership. I also support Kevin McCarthy. I have all along, and I still support him. But I will have conversations with Kevin McCarthy and the rest of leadership before I file my privilege resolution.”

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Marjorie Greene pushes for resolution vote

Greene’s resolution could be ready for voting by Friday.

However, if the legislation’s language isn’t prepared by then, she plans to push for a vote upon Congress’s return to Washington, DC, in two weeks.