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January 1, These Two Lawmakers Could Get Into “Fistfight” at Any Moment



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The simmering rift between Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Lauren Boebert (R-CO) continues to spiral out of control.

The infighting, often aired in public, threatens to undermine the united front of conservative voices on the hill, and the situation could, according to insiders, explode at any moment.

Tim Burchett (R-TN), who is close to both congresswomen, offered a concerning outlook.

He told The Daily Beast, “A fistfight could break out at any moment.”

Burchett clarified that he was not joking about the severity of the situation.

The crux of the dispute lies in the recent ousting of Greene from the Freedom Caucus.

Boebert, rather than supporting her once-ally, backed Greene’s removal, further exacerbating the ongoing tensions between the two.

Greene was apparently so upset about being ousted that she demanded the news be delivered in a public setting, like on the House floor, to make a potential scene.

This decision-making process, however, seems to have been rushed.

Freedom Caucus members were notified about an “unscheduled meeting” that gave little notice to its participants, according to Rep. Clay Higgins (R-LA).

Higgins confirmed that a last-minute meeting was called, but members received no advisement about the specifics of the meeting’s agenda.

Some Caucus members, like Rep. Ken Buck, declined to comment on this matter.

The feud between Greene and Boebert dates back to at least three weeks ago when the two squabbled over competing impeachment articles against President Joe Biden.

According to a source, Greene accused Boebert of copying her impeachment articles after Greene had asked Boebert to co-sponsor them.

The toxic relationship between Greene and Boebert could have serious implications for the GOP.

With Greene being a formidable fundraiser for the Freedom Caucus, her expulsion could leave a considerable void.

Further, Greene maintains a direct line to former President Trump, whose approval still holds considerable sway over the group’s direction.

Boebert, on the other hand, faces her own challenges.

After a narrow re-election, she’ll be running against the same Democrat opponent who almost defeated her last time.

This ongoing spat with Greene could potentially sway both moderates and die-hard conservatives in her upcoming race.

Amidst all the tumult, one truth seems clear: the animosity between Greene and Boebert runs deep, and neither appears willing to let the other have the last word.

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  1. Romuald Maher Jr

    July 25, 2023 at 6:35 am

    Come on Ladies get your heads out of your ASSES. You both want Biden to go. Work it out.

  2. Lynn

    July 25, 2023 at 6:52 am

    These two Republican women should stop this in-fighting immediately! They were not elected to behave like two brats in the schoolyard, they were elected to do the work of the People, not themselves! Behave or go to your rooms!

  3. vinnie

    July 25, 2023 at 7:24 am

    Someone (McCarthy?) should sit these two down and correct this problem before it gets legs, explaining that they really need to put the needs of the Party First and Foremost to get ahead of the “Rinos” that aren’t Loyal to President Trump! Infighting cannot be the way Forward and maybe President Trump needs to step in and speak to Lauren and Marjorie to bring them back together for the “Common Cause”

  4. WilliamCrosby Jones

    July 25, 2023 at 7:51 am

    Lauren must publically apologise to Marjorie and say that Marjorie is RIGHT, as it is politically expedient to keep harmony in the Republican ranks. Democrats LOVE to see infighting among Republicans as it serves their purposes of ruling Congressional edicts the Democrat way!

  5. smetro

    July 25, 2023 at 8:04 am

    The very last thing the conerative movement needs is two high-school “mean girls” fighting amonst themselves. Not a good look. Standing on principle is one thing, but stubbornly and ineffectively fighting over who’s on first (whose idea any plan might be) should be negotiated with some decorum, at very least. Stop the fighting “girls,” and compromise, please!

  6. Blue

    July 25, 2023 at 8:21 am

    You’d think they’d have enough common sense to Stop the fighting and come together to fight the democrats.

  7. Gerald Scott Ladd

    July 25, 2023 at 8:23 am

    The freedom caucus is now a joke. They don’t really like people that put our country first, so it seems.

  8. Happy Warrior

    July 25, 2023 at 8:35 am

    These two need to grow up.

  9. Dorothy Bemis

    July 25, 2023 at 4:52 pm

    They both need to grow up and have respect for Congress and those they represent.

  10. RonP

    July 27, 2023 at 10:30 am

    Both of them are already seen as no the fringe and this plays right into the narrative the left has laid out for them. It almost seems like they are jealous of each other. If they can’t sit down and work out their problems for the good od the conservative cause, they should both be replaced in the primary by someone who is a team player.

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