House Democrat unveils resolution to censure Marjorie Taylor Greene after showing Hunter Biden pics
The resolution lists numerous points against Greene with which Balint takes issue, including her recent display of sexually graphic images of first son Hunter Biden, allegedly recovered from his laptop.
Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene faces a potential censure resolution after Vermont Democratic Rep. Becca Balint unveiled a resolution to that effect on Tuesday.
The resolution lists numerous points against Greene with which Balint takes issue, including her recent display of sexually graphic images of first son Hunter Biden, allegedly recovered from his laptop, during a hearing with IRS whistleblowers who had investigated him.
"For me, censuring Rep. Taylor Greene is about the health of our democracy and faith in government. Her antisemitic, racist, transphobic rhetoric has no place in the House of Representatives," Balint said, according to The Hill.
"Unserious elected officials like Taylor Greene make a mockery of our democratic institutions and derail us from the urgent work we’ve been tasked with," she continued. "This job is about alleviating suffering and supporting our communities, and instead Taylor Greene uses her position as a megaphone for conspiracy theories and hate speech."
During the last Congress, Democrats stripped Greene of her committee assignments over her social media activity.
She shrugged off the latest effort to reprimand her in the lower chamber, saying "I don’t know who this freshman Democrat is. They must have terrible fundraising numbers because they’re pulling some ridiculous stunt."
"I could care less," she concluded.
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