Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) didn’t hold back when asked about conspiracy theorist Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), and her unrelenting push to impeach Joe Biden.
MSNBC’s Jen Psaki noted a shift in tone from Greene, who over the weekend posted on X (formerly Twitter) that there shouldn’t be a “rush” impeachment vote.
You can also read about it here Buck ― a staunch conservative and a member of the hardline Freedom Caucus ― pointed out that Greene Filed for impeachment Biden one day after he was sworn into office.
“The idea that that she is now the expert on impeachment or that she is someone who should set the timing on impeachment is absurd,” He said.
He added that impeachment should be brought if there are any evidences of high crimes or misdemeanors.
“That doesn’t exist right now,” He said.
Buck Hunter Biden is being investigated by multiple committees, but “there is not a strong connection at this point” I wrote to the President and asked that lawmakers focus on important issues.
GreeneIn the past, McCarthy, who is a close friend of House Speaker Kevin McCarthy from California has called for an end to immigration. “national divorce” Splitting red states from the blue. She’s also shared wild and unhinged conspiracy theories, and last year spoke at a white nationalist event.
But she’s also had a testy relationship with at least some of her fellow Republicans, and over the summer was given the boot from the Freedom Caucus.
“She has consistently attacked other members of the Freedom Caucus in an irresponsible way, and as a result of that she was kicked out of the Freedom Caucus,” Buck told NBC News at the timeYou can add that “she should not be a member.”
Last week Greene Slammed Buck He was impeached for failing to object the 2020 election and for defending the treatment meted out to those in jail as a result the attack that took place on Capitol Square, Jan. 6, 2021.
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“When I was teaching law school, I learned and taught certain constitutional principles. When Marjorie Taylor Greene was teaching CrossFit, she learned a whole different set of values evidently,” He said.
“The Constitution says Congress ‘shall count the votes.’ It doesn’t say Congress ‘may overturn an election result,’” He added. “It doesn’t say Congress can do whatever the heck it wants with this election. ‘Shall count the votes.’ That’s what the Constitution says. In her CrossFit class maybe they didn’t cover that.”
Below, you can read more about his conversation with Psaki.