Marjorie Greene Suffers A Sad After Judge Allows Re-Election Challenge

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Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has a habit of belligerently attacking her fellow members of congress. On cue, after a federal judge allowed a challenge her re-election, Greene was upset.

The judge has decided to take on a case by Georgia voters after they launched an attempt to disqualify her over the January 6 attack.

‘Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is not happy that some voters are suing to disqualify her from running for re-election, citing her role in the Jan. 6 insurrection: “I have to go to court on Friday and actually be questioned about…something I was completely against.”’

She told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson,

‘I have to go to court on Friday and actually be questioned about something I’ve never been charged with and something I was completely against.’

Those who opposed her were adamant, according to The New York Times:

‘Greene’s critics have said that she frequently referred to efforts to challenge the 2020 presidential election results as ”our 1776 moment” in public comments that led up to the riot at the Capitol. They contend that the phrase was a code used to incite violence, and point to the third section of the 14th Amendment in their argument to drop her from the ballot.’

Judge Amy Totenberg wrote in her ruling:

‘This case involves a whirlpool of colliding constitutional interests of public import. The novelty of the factual and historical posture of this case — especially when assessed in the context of a preliminary injunction motion reviewed on a fast track — has made resolution of the complex legal issues at stake here particularly demanding.’

Those who took her to court have been arguing  that Greene has been unable to “serve in Congress.” They referred to 14th Amendment to our Constitution. It read:

‘No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress…who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress…to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection…’

Legal Director for Free Speech for People Ron Fein emailed the New York Times and wrote:

‘Judge Totenberg’s well-reasoned opinion explains why the Georgia voters who filed this challenge against Greene have the right to have their challenge heard, and why none of Greene’s objections to the Georgia state challenge have any merit.’

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Fein continued, speaking about “her facilitation of the insurrection:”

‘At the hearing on Friday, we look forward to questioning Greene under oath about her involvement in the events of Jan. 6, and to demonstrating how her facilitation of the insurrection disqualifies her from public office under the United States Constitution.’

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Those she has verbally assaulted in the House may be quite relieved should they hear she cannot run again.


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