Marjorie Taylor Greene Launches Twitter Rant Against 'Weak and Moderate Republicans'

Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has harshly criticized her Republican colleagues who are "weak and moderate" in a long Twitter thread on Friday that took aim at her own party.

Greene, a first-term member of the House of Representatives who represents Georgia's 14th congressional district, urged Republicans in Congress to bring articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden.

Describing the president as a "dictator" following his announcement Thursday about vaccine requirements, Greene said that the U.S. "won't have a constitution" if Democrats win in the 2022 and 2024 elections.

Addressing herself to her colleagues, Greene began: "Since Dictator Joe Biden started phase 1 of the Dems' Communist takeover of America yesterday & I don't have a GOP Conference call on my calendar or an email in my inbox from leadership to stop this insanity, well I'm going to be more direct than usual."

Greene went on in a long series of tweets, saying Republicans had "failed to deliver key issues" when they held majorities in the House and Senate during former President Donald Trump's first two years in office.

She highlighted sanctuary cities, repealing Obamacare, defunding Planned Parenthood and building a border wall as some of the measures Republicans had failed to achieve.

"I give speeches to hundreds to thousands of Republican voters every single week at home and all across the country," Greene wrote. "Our voters are fed up with Republicans in Congress doing nothing to stop Dictator Joe Biden and the outright destruction to our country."

We won’t have a Constitution or country left to take back in ‘22 and definitely not in ‘24, if Republicans in Congress don’t get their asses in gear.


— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) September 10, 2021

Greene warned that the U.S. is "on the brink of Communism" and criticized the Republican conference because it "chooses to stay with the 'messaging.'"

"We won't have a Constitution or country left to take back in '22 and definitely not in '24, if Republicans in Congress don't get their asses in gear," she said.

Greene said that the Republican conference "must come together with Articles of Impeachment. Spend as much money as it takes to apply pressure on moderate Dems that know they will lose their seats if they vote NO on impeachment."

She went on to take aim at members of the party she described as "weak."

"The top 20 Republicans that the NRCC [National Republican Congressional Committee] fights for contain 4 Republicans that voted to impeach Trump and 6 that voted to kick me off committees. And 1 did both," she said.

"They call these moderate Republicans (or really some are Democrats in disguise) 'majority makers.'

"While yes we as a conference have to fight harder to win and keep tight districts, we should not promote weak Republicans to chairmanships, help pass their crappy bills, and highlight them on Fox News all the time," Greene wrote.

"Those weak and moderate Republicans don't reflect the values of our base or our party. Why are they the ones diluting the decisions and stopping the fight?" she said.

She also said she had "no confidence" in the current Republican leadership.

Greene acknowledged that she was breaking the late President Ronald Reagan's "11th commandment" - that Republicans shouldn't criticize other Republicans.

"But I refuse to sit by silent and watch our constitution burned like a sacrifice to the false gods of Marxism and our children's future sliced up and served on a silver platter to Communist China," she said.

"I'm going to continue my promise to put The People over the politicians and fight like hell to Save America!" Greene concluded.

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) speaks at a news conference on the “Fire Fauci Act” on Capitol Hill on June 15, 2021 in Washington, DC. Greene has said she has "no confidence" in the current Republican leadership. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images