Rep. Jason Crow (D-Colo.) told CNN’s John Berman Wednesday night that the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives is considering expelling Georgia Republican Majorie Taylor-Greene.
Crow made the announcement after Berman referenced one of Taylor-Greene’s latest tweets about President Trump and the 2020 election.
“This Hail Mary attempt to remove him from the White House is an attack on every American who voted for him,” she tweeted. “Democrats must be held accountable for the political violence inspired by their rhetoric.”
Berman was “shocked” that Taylor-Greene still has a Twitter account with all of her conspiracy theories, and Crow said she’s one of several people in Congress who are “morally bankrupt, depraved, frankly dangerous individuals.”
“We’re looking at our options within the House as to how we stop this,” Crow said. “And whether this is an expulsion proceeding, a censure, we can’t let this stand because this is exactly my point. Donald Trump is one thing, he’s shown us time and time again who he is. But he doesn’t do this without support.”
Yesterday, Taylor-Greene made headlines when she revealed her intention to introduce articles of impeachment against soon-to-be President Biden.