MTG denies caus­ing divi­sion in Con­gress: ‘I’m not bring­ing chaos, I’m forc­ing change’

MTG denies causing division in Congress: ‘I’m not bringing chaos, I’m forcing change’

Rep. Mar­jorie Tay­lor Greene (R‑GA) dis­missed accu­sa­tions that she is divid­ing the House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives amid her crit­i­cism of Speak­er Mike John­son (R‑LA) over the recent­ly passed $1.2 tril­lion spend­ing bill.
Greene filed a motion to vacate John­son after the spend­ing bill was passed, prompt­ing some of her fel­low Repub­li­can law­mak­ers to crit­i­cize the idea of vacat­ing yet anoth­er speak­er. Sev­er­al House Repub­li­cans are also resign­ing due to the divi­sion with­in the par­ty. Greene argued that those leav­ing are respon­si­ble for the fur­ther divi­sion of Con­gress, as the Repub­li­can Party’s major­i­ty in the House con­tin­ues to shrink.
“I filed this motion to vacate, but I haven’t called it to the floor,” Greene said on Fox News’s Sun­day Morn­ing Futures with Maria Bar­tiro­mo. “This is like issu­ing a pink slip and giv­ing our con­fer­ence a notice say­ing that we have got to find a new speak­er. This may take weeks; it may take months; it may not even hap­pen until …