Marjorie Taylor Greene Dismisses Potential 1/6 of Trump’s Indictment

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) melted down and called Trump’s potential 1/6 indictment “absolutely bull* it” and then claimed Trump’s possible indictment was a cover-up for Biden’s crimes.


“That’s complete bullshit.”

— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) reacts to Trump claiming he was a target in the January 6 DoJ investigation. pic.twitter.com/lPv6XIKKAx

— Counting (@counting) July 18, 2023

Greene said, “This is absolute bullshit. Yes, that’s my reaction. This is the only way the Democrats can beat President Trump is to arrest him, smear him, charge him with ridiculous accusations. Everything to cover up Joe Biden’s crimes, Hunter Biden’s crimes. This is unbelievable. It’s hard to realize that this is even our country.”

The obvious point that Greene is wrong is that Democrats don’t need to do anything to Donald Trump to beat him in the election. Joe Biden beat Donald Trump in 2020. Donald Trump has done nothing but lose to Republicans since 2016.

Trump did all of this for himself. None of the charges he has faced and could potentially face are from Democrats. The witnesses against Trump are Republicans.

Joe Biden has committed no crime. The President’s son is not an elected official and does not work in the administration, or the White House, so Hunter Biden is not relevant to the conversation.

The people who melt the most, like Kevin McCarthy and Marjorie Taylor Greene, are the ones who pinned their political future on Donald Trump. MAGA bet on a corrupt horse, and now they’re trying to explain everything as he’s held accountable for his crimes.

Jason is the managing editor. He is also the White House Press Pool and Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor of Political Science degree. His postgraduate work focuses on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.

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