Last Updated on November 26, 2022
U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has found herself at the center of a huge controversy in Washington D.C., as the Georgia congresswoman has continued to stand by U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) despite his attacks on America First candidates and later refusal to support said candidates in the general election. National File’s own Noel Fritsch recently discussed the issue with longtime political strategist Roger Stone.
Greene has called for her associates in the U.S. House to support McCarthy for the powerful speaker position by voting for him in January. In a strange break, McCarthy’s most vocal opponents, such as the House Freedom Caucus, are some of Greene’s closest allies on the hill.
It is almost shocking that the Congresswoman, who is known for being a brazen supporter of President Donald J. Trump, would be so openly dismissive of the Conservative political movement Trump helped to elevate during the blistering years under RINO Speaker of the House US Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and then under Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
McCarthy, as the minority leader for the last two years, has likewise been criticized as weak and permissive toward the major usurpations of the Democrats. Therefore, at this time, McCarthy does not have the support to win the position on his own.
Greene has remained a vocal defender of McCarthy, however. Greene has made her media rounds talking about why she wants her colleagues to vote for McCarthy. The Georgia congresswoman has argued that a compromise could open up better committee positions, while she has also stated that a worse option could be elected if McCarthy is rejected.
It is generally accepted that congressional committees dominate congressional decision-making and committee members wield great power over their respective committees. There is some consensus that Greene has chosen to support McCarthy because she has an agreement with him about getting a powerful committee posting in return for her support.
MTG is not holding McCarthy accountable on the only requirements the @HouseFreedomGOP asked of him just 2 mos. ago.
1. Return to Regular Order => meaning a bottom up, cmte directed legislative process; &
2. Reinstating Rules: PRE NANCY PELOSI Motion to Vacate the Chair.
— National File (@NationalFile) November 20, 2022
Noel Fritsch, the publisher of National File, appeared on the Stone Zone on Frank Speech with political Icon and Trump associate and insider Roger Stone to discuss Greene’s strange support of McCarthy. What Stone offered up was notable.
“I cannot imagine what kind of compelling information is propelling Majorie Taylor Greene to fall on her sword for this d-bag Kevin McCarthy, who is embroiled in the scandal. Usually, politicians get a whiff of scandal, and they run the other way. Here’s Marjorie trying to White Knight for her excellent guy, Kevin. It’s just unbelievable. I don’t know where you guys are on Marjorie. I’m obviously off the Marjorie train. A lot of folks have been giving us over at the Stew Peters Network, like my good pal, Teddy Daniels, and my good pal, Stu Peters, a bunch of grief,” Fritsch told Stone, adding:
“Stew has been calling this for over a year because we are privy, and we have some inside information about how some of these cretins misbehave, like Marjorie is misbehaving right now. She’s been doing this for a long time. This is no surprise to us.”
Stone, who no doubt also has insider information, replied to Fritsch: “Marjorie Taylor Greene? Call me disappointed. She defends her position for McCarthy by saying that he’s willing to restore her committees, but it doesn’t work that way.”
Publisher of right-wing National File tells Roger Stone that Marge Greene is a fraud: “I don’t know where you guys are on Marjorie. I’m obviously off the Marjorie train.”
Roger: “Marjorie Taylor-Greene? I guess I would call myself very disappointed.” pic.twitter.com/wwPtYR0KOc
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) November 26, 2022
The opposition to Greene’s defense of McCarthy is not perfectly clear; however, what is strange is that the Conservative Freedom Caucus now is on the same side as U.S. Rep Adam Schiff about McCarthy.
Someone once said something about politics and strange bedfellows.