Thomas Massie & MTG Move to Initiate Vote for Speaker Johnson’s Removal Next Week – EVOL

Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Thomas Massie (R-KY) have set the stage for a major political showdown in the House next week.

Both lawmakers aim to oust House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) from his leadership role.

The GOP members of Congress accuse Johnson of betraying core conservative values.

Johnson recently secured an endorsement from the House Democrat leadership.

The relationship has stirred controversy among some members of his own party.

In response, Greene and Massie announced their intent to force a vote to vacate Johnson’s position.

They argue that Johnson must be removed because his recent decisions do not align with conservative principles.

Their decision comes at a time when internal divisions within the Republican Party are becoming increasingly visible.

Greene and Massie’s motion is set to challenge the leadership of Johnson, who they claim has compromised on critical issues such as government funding, surveillance policies, and military aid to Ukraine.

The motion to vacate, a procedural tool in the House, was triggered by Greene and is expected to be addressed “next week.”

This follows Johnson’s contentious actions of reauthorizing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and agreeing to fund Ukraine, which were seen as direct contradictions to the conservative



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