Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Needs To Impeach President-elect Joe Biden

Outgoing President Donald Trump was indicted for a second time on Jan. 13, but if a Georgian MP has her way, the next president will face his own impeachment.

MP Marjorie Taylor Greene said she would draft an impeachment article against President-elect Joe Biden for alleged abuse of power and introduce it the day after Biden took office.

On January 21st, I will submit impeachment articles to President-elect @JoeBiden.

75 million Americans are fed up with inaction.

It’s time to take a stand.

I am proud to be the voice of Republican voters who have been ignored. # ImpeachBiden # QuidProJoe #BidenCrimeFamily

– Marjorie Taylor Greene @ (@mtgreenee) January 14, 2021

Greene made the statement on the far-right media network Newsmax. During Trump’s impeachment on Wednesday, Greene attacked the Democrats for their second attempt against the outgoing president.

“Today’s impeachment of President Trump by the Democrats has now set the standard that they should be removed for their support for violence against the American people,” said Taylor Greene from the House.

Taylor Greene, a well-known Q-anon supporter, believes the group’s theory that Trump is leading a secret campaign against enemies in the “deep state” and a child sex trafficking ring run by satanic pedophiles and cannibals.

She was in trouble last summer when a group of videos she was making was discovered. The videos were condemned by several Republicans, including Drew Florio, spokesman for minority leader Kevin McCarthy, and Steve Scalise (R-La.).

In the videos, Taylor Greene suggested that Muslims do not belong to the government; compared Black Lives Matter activists to the neo-Nazis and members of the Ku Klux Klan, all of whom called them “idiots”; describes George Soros as a Jewish-Democratic megadonor and Nazi; and said she would be “proud” to see a Confederate memorial if it were black because it symbolizes progress since the civil war.

It is unclear whether Taylor Greene’s cause will find support in Congress. All Republicans stood by President Trump’s first impeachment, but some crossed the line to indict Trump on Wednesday, including Liz Cheney (WY), John Katko (NY), Adam Kinzinger (IL), Fred Upton (MI) and Jaime Herrera Beutler and Dan Newhouse (WA), Peter Meijer (MI) and Anthony Gonzalez (OH).

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