U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene issues articles of impeachment, targets Biden officials

GOP Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, a reliable supporter of former President Trump, isn’t letting grass grow beneath her feet. Within days, she has issued articles of impeachment encompassing high-ranking Biden administration officials, including U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland; Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas; U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves; and FBI Director Christopher Wray.

Each of the links provide direct routes to the individual articles of impeachment. This is our government at work.

The United States Constitution Article II, Section 4 provides for this action.


6 Responses to U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene issues articles of impeachment, targets Biden officials

  1. Jack says:

    Marjorie Taylor Greene can’t be accused of being meek. She obviously has a spine and is not concerned about riling the dems. Everything she’s doing is lawful.

  2. one who knows says:

    FINALLY – someone is doing SOMETHING to oust these idiots. I hope she does not stop with just these – there are MANY more to go after!!

  3. GOP PC says:

    I appreciate the links to Taylor Green’s website. I’ve heard her name, but knew little about her. Whether or not the impeachments come about, she is putting the dems on notice that she is not a pushover and intends to use her office to send loud and clear messages when necessary. Arizona’s Republican congressional delegation serves us well. Will they support her?

    • Realist says:

      Marjorie Taylor Green is not considered mainstream. Don’t count on other members of congress lining up behind her. They have their own issues they are promoting, which is as it should be.

  4. Braveheart says:

    She is obviously an outlier, but Taylor Green is making otherwise disconnected Americans pay attention to the lunacy of the Biden administration. That’s crucial!

  5. D.B. Cooper says:

    House members barely sit behind their desks, when it’s time to campaign again! Those terms should be four years instead of two. Even the governor serves four years! US Senate terms are 6 years. Who came up with that scheme?

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