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Crenshaw Joins Ranks of Republicans Criticizing Greene’s Plan to Oust Johnson

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (Credits: The Hill)

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) has become the latest Republican to criticize Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) for her efforts to oust Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.).

In a recent appearance on Fox News, Crenshaw suggested that Greene’s move is a desperate attempt to seek attention, stating, “She needs her time in the spotlight, and it’s been a while, so I think it’s one last ditch effort to get attention.”

Crenshaw believes that Greene’s plan to remove Johnson has limited support, and a “strong majority” would vote to table her motion to vacate, which she introduced in March.

He questioned the basis for Greene’s move, pointing out that Johnson has simply allowed the democratic process to move forward by bringing necessary bills to the floor, including those related to national security.

Reps have endorsed Greene’s push. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) and Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), but Crenshaw argued that neither Greene nor Massie has made any meaningful contributions to border security or asylum reform.

Speaker Mike Johnson (Credits:

He stated, “Marjorie Taylor Greene has never tried to lay out a plan to get border security done along with the supplemental package… She’s never written legislation on asylum reform, or anything to do with border security, and a lot of us have.”

Crenshaw believes that Greene and others like her are more interested in appearances than actual results, making it difficult for the Republican conference to negotiate and pass legislation. He noted that when Republicans fail to secure a desired deal, Johnson gets blamed, and this cycle needs to end. “It’s a game, and voters have to stop falling for it,” Crenshaw emphasized.

Marjorie Taylor Greene (Credits: NBC News)

Interestingly, Democrats in the House have expressed their willingness to support Johnson, and Senate conservatives have also denounced Greene’s effort, arguing that Congress has more pressing priorities and that Johnson is doing the best he can with a razor-thin majority.

Crenshaw echoed this sentiment, urging voters to see through the political posturing and focus on real solutions. “This is the game they play, and I ask voters every day to stop falling for it… There’s an appearance of fighting here. It’s an appearance, it’s nothing more; they’re not fighting for you. They’re fighting for your attention, and that’s a very different thing.”

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