Since Donald Trump, Marjorie Taylor Greene may be the most revolutionary member of our government.
To be honest, this woman “gets it.”
She’s battling for everything she’s got to bring positive reform to Washington, D.C., and that doesn’t just mean fighting the Democrats. She’s still going after GOP RINOs.
Marjorie points out precisely why the GOP keeps losing fight after fight in this epic interview with Dinesh D’Souza — and it’s not what you would think.
You’re probably saying to yourself, “Well, it’s probably because they’re poor and afraid of the left…” or anything along those lines.
Marjorie has a different theory based on what she’s seen in Congress in the short time she’s been there.
Marjorie states that when it comes to their responsibilities in our government, the GOP is comfortable with doing the bare minimum.
They’d rather earn their paychecks than risk their lives for the sake of the American people.
The Republican Party is made up of fat cats who are too lazy to get off their arses and fight.
But Marjorie is fighting back hard, and she’s already putting in motion incredible reforms that will begin to transfer power back to the people.
Watch the following video:
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) March 9, 2021
I’ll tell you, she’s a warrior!
Her decision to hold these roll call votes may seem insignificant to others, but it has a significant effect.
And the Republicans, like the Democrats, are enraged. LAZINESS, AGAIN. They don’t want to get out of bed and walk to the House floor to vote.
What’s to stop you? It indicates that the Democrats are fighting and that we are involved.
Republicans, on the other hand, refuse to do so.
Guess who’s the most enraged about it?
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With Dinesh, Marjorie discussed roll calls and GOP laziness, as well as how her roll call vote helped kill Rep. Cori Bush’s amendment allowing convicted felons to vote.
“America does not love all of its people,” Rep. Cori Bush, a democratic Democrat from Missouri, claimed on the House floor, arguing that more than 5 million Americans are actually imprisoned and therefore unable to vote.
On Tuesday, Bush and New York Democrat Rep. Mondaire Jones introduced an amendment to HR 1, sweeping voting rights legislation. In its present form, the bill will preserve the right for those with criminal convictions, but not for those who are currently imprisoned — one of every six of whom is Black.
“This can’t go on like this,” Bush said. “It is not justice to disenfranchise our own citizens.”
The amendment was defeated. The amendment received little Republican support, and most Democrats opposed it as well, so it was defeated by a vote of 97 to 328.
It’s been said before, but more people like Marjorie Taylor Greene are urgently needed in Washington, D.C.
The more politicians who are willing to put in the time and effort to challenge the status quo, the better.