Marjorie Taylor Greene showed one damning picture that doomed Mike Johnson

Office of Speaker Mike Johnson, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

House Speaker Mike Johnson isn’t even pretending to be a Republican anymore.

Now he could lose his job.

And Marjorie Taylor Greene showed one damning picture that doomed Mike Johnson.

Greene mocks Johnson as a Ukraine first establishment stooge

Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) served as Joe Biden’s lapdog in Congress.

The final straw for Congresswoman Greene (R-GA) was Johnson siding with Biden and the Democrats on pushing a $16 billion slush fund for the failed war in Ukraine through Congress.

Greene responded by introducing a motion to vacate the chair.

When Greene calls for a vote, Johnson will have 48 hours to schedule it.

Democrats – led by Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries – announced they would provide the votes to table the motion and save Johnson.

Greene held a press conference with Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) who is supporting the push to fire Johnson – where Greene explained that Democrats voting to save Johnson proved her point that Johnson was just a Democrat Party puppet as Speaker of the House.

At the press conference Greene produced a “MUGA” – Make Ukraine Great Again – hat and placed it on top of a picture of Johnson and Jeffries shaking hands to symbolize their uniparty alliance.

“The uniparty is ‘Make Ukraine Great Again,’ the uniparty is all about funding every single foreign war. They think this is the business model that needs to be done,” Greene declared while holding the hat up.

Why Greene is forcing the vote

Greene said even though her motion will fail, the American people deserve to see the fact that uniparty Members of Congress like Johnson are only out to serve the interests of the Swamp.

“I think the American people need to see a recorded vote of do they, does Congress, does the members of Congress support the uniparty? Is this what they support? I think every member of Congress needs to take that vote and let the chips fall where they may. And so next week, I am going to be calling this motion to vacate, absolutely calling it,” Greene stated.

Greene mocked the idea that a motion to vacate the chair would help Democrats politically as they would be the ones who would have to answer to their Primary voters about why they kept a supposed Republican Speaker in power.

“I can’t wait to see Democrats go out and support a Republican speaker and have to go home to their primaries and have to run for Congress again having supported a Republican speaker, a Christian conservative. I think that’ll play well. I’m excited about it,” Greene added.

Greene has backup

Massie promised that the motion to vacate would be introduced when Congress returns on May 6.

“The Motion to Vacate the Speaker WILL be called for a vote next week,” Massie wrote on social media.

Massie said delaying the vote by one more weekend would allow for grassroots pressure to build in support of the move to oust Johnson.

“Members have a weekend to decide whether to embrace the #Uniparty that became obvious in the U.S. House when Hakeem Jeffries and the entire Democrat leadership team announced they want to keep Mike Johnson,” Massie added.

Massie also dismissed the idea Democrats rallying to Johnson’s defense was a sign of strength for Johnson since all it really proved was that Democrats had the back of their ally.

“Hakeem Jeffries vows to save Mike Johnson’s Speakership. Why wouldn’t he? Johnson has given the Democrats everything they want,” Massie concluded.

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