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Marjorie Taylor Greene finally finds Congressional support in bill to remove herself

The bill, named "Make Congress Great Again", proposes that Greene be removed from office immediately on the grounds of needing a win on something. "She's a great uniter," Trump said upon hearing the news.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene busy looking busy. [Marjorie Taylor Greene]

WASHINGTON, DC — Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene finally found the Congressional support she has been desperately seeking since assuming office years ago: a bill aimed at removing herself from the US House of Representatives.

“It’s a moral outrage that nothing I’ve done since 2021 has gone anywhere or gotten any support,” Greene told reporters outside the Capitol on May 5. “Today, justice finally wins.”

The bill, named “Make Congress Great Again”, was introduced by Greene to lawmakers hours before. It proposes that Greene be removed from office immediately on the grounds of needing a win on something.

“I mean, it will get votes,” admitted Representative Matt Gaetz from Florida. “We have to give her credit for that.”

“She’s a great uniter,” said former president Donald Trump following the news. “We need more people like her to step up and do what’s right for the country.”

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