Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, in a strong stand against perceived governmental overreach, has announced plans to write an appropriations rider to defund Special Counsel Jack Smith’s office and the ongoing investigation into former President Donald Trump. Greene aims to cut funding for this investigation, launched by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, which focuses on Trump’s role in the January 6 Capitol attack and his handling of government records. Greene’s bold move calls for the support of a majority in both the House and Senate and is seen as a fight to defend President Trump from what she deems as weaponization of government.
“She has such great ideas! Too bad the others lack her conviction.”