Remember These 22 Republicans Who Betrayed We the People


After 22 of her Republican colleagues sided with Democrats on a vote to defeat he motion to censure Democratic Representative Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia made her displeasure known to all. On Wednesday, November 1, MTG took to X to post a list of the Republicans who voted against the motion and called them “feckless”, saying the Republican Party never does anything to stop the communists Democrats or hold anyone accountable.

In addition, she berated those Republicans for not unifying in order to fight extremism while our country is in crisis.

The Motion was filed following Tlaib’s response to the Oct. 7 Hamas terror attacks and the ongoing war in Israel.

Greene referred to this as an “insurrection”, and condemned her fellow Republicans for not unifying to fight Democrats and extremism, calling them “feckless,” whilst noting that they were hiding behind excuses with their white wigs on and quoting the Constitution. This suggests that they did not want to vote against a Muslim exercising her First Amendment rights during Israel’s fight against Islamic terrorism.

Greene shared a list of the Republicans who voted against her motion – 22 in all – while noting that Minnesota Representative Derrick Van Orden had changed his vote at some point prior. In an eleven tweet thread she went on an impassioned tirade about how it is no wonder why the GOP never do anything to hold anyone accountable or stop communist Democrats when they can’t even censure one representative who has been parroting lies from Hamas.

She ended by suggesting that if our founding fathers were so fearless as to declare revolution against King George III despite facing overwhelming military force then surely the modern-day Republican party should have enough courage between them all to censure one single representative?

It seems Greene’s tirade may have served its purpose – albeit too late – as Representative Van Orden eventually changed his vote back again in favour of tabling Tlaib’s motion, though whether this will lead to any further unification within the Republican party remains uncertain.