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House Republican Alleges Colleague Got Physically Aggressive

via 60 Minutes
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Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has accused fellow Republican Rep. Richard McCormick of being physically aggressive towards her during a meeting.

This accusation came after House Republicans supported McCormick’s resolution over Greene’s.

McCormick claimed his gesture was friendly and apologized, while Greene disagreed with his account. (Trending: Elon Musk Condemns Arrest Of Jan 6 Protester)

“I understand why there would be a lot of raw emotions following the censure vote given that her censure was tabled and mine passed. My intention was to encourage Rep. Greene by making a friendly gesture,” McCormick said.

“I said to her, ‘at least we can have an honest discussion,’ to which she said she did not appreciate that. For that I immediately apologized and have not spoken to her since,” he added.

“Republicans refuse to impeach any of the Democrats who are responsible for destroying our country and have so far thrown out a Republican Speaker and now expelled a Republican member,” Greene wrote.

She expressed frustration with fellow Republicans and their failure to hold the government accountable.

“We now have a 3 seat majority and have another Republican resigning soon, and will have a 2 seat majority, as long as every Republican shows up when we are in session. Republican voters want us to stop the communist Democrat’s agenda and hold Democrats accountable, NOT destroy our majority and do nothing to hold Democrats accountable. Shameful!!” she posted.

“I’m not having relationship problems. I feel like a Republican voter. That is where my mindset is. I’m tired of being let down by Republicans in Washington,” she later pressed.

“I feel like many of the American people that think Republicans in Congress completely fail them. I feel the same way. And I’m a Republican member of Congress,” she said.

Greene’s discontent has been evident in her public statements and social media posts.

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