Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s New Year resolution suggestions for the federal government seem to have had unintended consequences, as there are now calls for her removal from office.
In December, the Georgia Republican took to X (formerly Twitter) to engage her followers and others in a discussion. She posted 30 times, asking for suggestions on what resolutions the federal government should prioritize.
Greene has been a vocal advocate for Donald Trump’s agenda and has expressed strong disapproval of the federal government in previous instances.
“In the new year, what resolutions should the federal government set for itself?” Greene inquired on one of her two X accounts. Later, she posed a similar question on her other X account.
Green’s posts on the platform have garnered an impressive total of over 620,000 views since they were shared.
However, numerous X accounts seized the chance to express their disapproval of Greene and her perspectives.
BigWides84, a verified X account, expressed their frustration with Republicans, stating that they should take action instead of just making empty statements as keyboard warriors.
Mary Purviance, a verified individual on X, expressed her opinion, stating, “It is crucial to remove all insurrectionists from the government, including you.”
However, there were also many individuals who expressed their support for Greene and their shared aspirations for the America First agenda.
Alex Nitzberg, a verified account, recently made a post stating, “Let’s reduce our spending.”
Dwayne Robertson expressed his opinion, stating, “We should cease funding foreign wars and foreign governments.”
Greene’s media team has been contacted by Newsweek for comment via email.
Marjorie Taylor Greene has been vocal about her disagreement with several Democratic proposals and those put forth by Democrat-leaning states ever since she entered Congress.
In a recent statement, Greene expressed her strong opposition to California’s decision to provide free healthcare to undocumented immigrants starting next year. She called for a “tax revolt” in response to this policy.
From January 1st, around 700,000 undocumented immigrants aged between 29 and 49 will be eligible to receive comprehensive health coverage through Medi-Cal. This program is designed to ensure that Californians with limited incomes have access to necessary medical care.
The new legislation builds upon existing laws in the state that grant healthcare access to undocumented children, young adults, and individuals aged 50 and above.
According to The Associated Press, Democrat California Gov. Gavin Newsom is taking steps to provide universal healthcare to the state’s nearly 40 million residents.
In a post shared on X on Friday, Greene expressed her concern about the proposal, stating that “A tax revolt would be the solution to this problem in California.”
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