In her relatively short time in Congress, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) has appeared to routinely demonstrate she is not interested in the “business as usual” atmosphere and her latest knock against the establishment came in the form of an unrelenting debasement of Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S..C.) for his support of President Joe Biden’s “communist agenda.”
The freshman lawmaker used her “MTG Live” podcast to call out the senator over his seemingly lost priorities for the people of his state Sunday night. In the wake of several tragic shootings, including the massacre in Uvalde, Texas, and the nationwide media coverage calling for change, Graham had added his voice to the din in response to Biden’s address to the nation.
The president had reiterated his stance that Second Amendment “is not absolute” and the senator’s tweet following the speech depicted a preference for that opinion.
I also stand ready to work across the aisle to find common ground – something that was absent from President Biden’s address to the nation.
— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) June 3, 2022
“I stand ready to vote on ALL the proposals mentioned by President Biden tonight and encourage the Democratic Leader to bring them forward for votes,” Graham tweeted. “I also stand ready to work across the aisle to find common ground – something that was absent from President Biden’s address to the nation.”
Greene railed against the senator’s stance and his continued posturing in favor of Biden, his longtime “friend” from their years working in the Senate together.
“This is everything wrong with Republicans in the Republican Party. I’m calling out Senator Lindsey Graham, and I’m hoping every single one of you call his office and tell him he is breaking his promise,” the Georgia representative said during her podcast. “He said he would not violate due process rights, and he’s standing here ready to go ahead and do that. That is everything wrong with so many politicians here in Washington, D.C.”
She also shared a video of an encounter with the senator from before her election where he promised no bill on gun legislation would be without due process. However, critics of proposed red flags laws contend they will circumvent the rights of Americans in order to proceed with gun confiscation. According to Greene, this is just one of the ways in which Graham has been supporting the “communist agenda” of Biden and the Democrats.
“He’s helping him and making sure that Joe Biden gets his people put in place so they can radically destroy the United States of America. I don’t think that’s what a Republican senator from South Carolina should be doing,” she went on before lambasting Graham for helping the president’s appointees get confirmed. “Don’t forget this is the same senator, Republican senator, that’s been one of those in the Senate that has also voted to confirm all of Joe Biden’s picks for his administration. He doesn’t really have a problem with the people that Joe Biden picks. He goes ahead and votes them on in.”
Meanwhile, as Greene asserts that Graham is partaking in the erosion of the rights of the American people, she called him out for his “non-stop” support for funding Ukraine to ensure their right to defend themselves. “He wants to make sure that your tax dollars are helping people in Ukraine to defend themselves, but he stands ready to vote for ‘ALL’ of Biden’s gun control bills. He’s ready to go.”
For that, she encouraged the senator’s constituents to reach out to his office and make their voices heard on how they really feel about Graham’s voting record.
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