Fresno, California 2021-01-14 10:13:28 –
Congressman Marjorie Taylor Green says he wants to impeach Joe Biden in the presidential election.
Republican lawmakers said the issue would proceed the day after the inauguration and the first day of Biden’s inauguration.
She wrote in a tweet, “Impeachment article was submitted to @Joe Biden in the presidential election on January 21st.”
“I’m proud to be the voice of the neglected Republican voters,” Green added.
Lawmakers wrote that they would submit impeachment articles on suspicion of abuse of power.
Greene announced on the far-right conservative cable news channel Newsmax.
Green spoke on Wednesday during a fierce exchange over Trump’s impeachment in the House of Representatives. She accused Democrats of the second impeachment.
“Today’s Democratic presidential impeachment has set the standard that they should be eliminated in support of violence against the American people,” she said.
Her full remarks can be heard in the video above, along with the remarks of other lawmakers.
Green won the House of Representatives seat in November and represents Georgia’s 14th Parliamentary District, which includes almost all of the northwestern part of the state.
However, she is also known to support prejudiced conspiracy theories, including those promoted by the fringe conspiracy group QAnon.
QAnon’s conspiracy theory states that Trump is conducting a secret campaign against child sexual trafficking circles run by “deep state” enemies and demonic pedophiles and cannibals. It is based on unfounded beliefs.
Read more: What is QAnon?Unfounded conspiracy theory gains momentum
In a series of videos unearthed shortly after Green was first placed in the first Republican pre-election on June 9, she complained about the “Islamic invasion” of government agencies, with black and Hispanic men. An anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that Jewish billionaire philanthropist George Soros worked with the Nazis, claiming to be restrained by “gang and drug trade.”
The president backed Green before she secured a seat in Congress.
More impeachment coverage:
President Trump was impeached after a parliamentary riot in his second historic indictment
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