Marjorie Taylor Greene Unloads on RINO Dan Crenshaw in Fiery Exchange

Back in February, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene argued it was good for the Republicans to have a ‘civil war’ within the party. She said this while GOP Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger were being censured by the Republican National Committee for serving on the January 6 select committee run wholly by socialist Democrats.

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‘No one likes to watch people fighting, and we’re supposed to support one another – respect and obey Reagan’s “11th commandment.” But If we are truly going to stop the assault on our freedoms and stop what’s happening to our country, where America is just being able to be sold out to the rest of the world, we have to lean into this civil war in the GOP,’ she told The Washington Times at the time.

Reagan proclaimed that the 11th Commandment was, ‘Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.’

Cheney, Kinzinger, Nancy Mace, and Dan Crenshaw are among the Republican colleagues Greene has attacked. Additionally, she got into a spat with Karl Rove, former President George W. Bush’s top strategist.

‘I love Ronald Reagan. I think he was a great president, but … I don’t believe in the “11th commandment.” I only believe in 10. Those are the commandments I believe in, and saying we can’t criticize each other is just being soft and going for failure because the truth is iron sharpens iron,’ Greene declared.

In her remarks, Greene took particular issue with Republicans who are turning against Donald Trump.

‘They’re so naive,’ she replied ‘They’re so out of touch that they are saying, “Oh, he was a speed bump. It’s not who the Republican Party is. We’re gonna go back to being the uniparty with the Democrats where we all work together … and sell America out to the rest of the world.’

In her view, Republicans should ‘go to battle on the ideas and the policies that will actually support our country and the base and the people that vote us into office.’

‘Then we can become the conference and we can become the party that’s actually going to solve the problems and serve the very people that send us to do that,’ Greene continued.

Now, Greene is sticking to her beliefs.

Rep. Dan Crenshaw, a Republican from Texas, and Greene have had a Twitter fight over Ukraine funding.

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On Tuesday, the House approved a package of military and economic aid to Ukraine that is about $7 billion more than the amount requested by Joe Biden.

Rep. Greene criticized Rep. Crenshaw for his support of the package on Wednesday.

Apparently one random Twitter user scolded Crenshaw about sending funds to Ukraine after he took a shot at Biden administration’s handling of fentanyl deaths and immigration.

“Our open border -and the fentanyl pouring across it – is killing Americans in record numbers. Biden doesn’t care. They only care what the radical immigration groups think, not you,” Crenshaw posted on Twitter.

“Yeah you sound off about that stuff but then you vote yes on the $40 billion to Ukraine,” wrote one Twitter user in response.

“Yeah, because investing in the destruction of our adversary’s military, without losing a single American troop, strikes me as a good idea. You should feel the same,” Crenshaw replied.

That’s when Greene stepped in and ripped into Crenshaw.

“So you think we are funding a proxy war with Russia? You speak as if Ukrainian lives should be thrown away, as if they have no value. Just used and thrown away. For your proxy war? How does that help Americans? How does any of this help?”

“Still going after that slot on Russia Today huh?” Crenshaw snidely replied.

“Sanctions aren’t stopping anything, but they are driving inflation and fuel prices. I refuse to vote for useless measures that cause problems but solve none. While you send $40 billion for your proxy war against Russia, I’m focused on baby formula for American babies,” Greene retorted, which abruptly ended the back-n-forth.

Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz also took issue with the massive aid package to Ukraine stating that “We are sleepwalking into a war and the American people are left in the dark.”

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On Tuesday, the $40 billion Ukrainian aid package was approved, The Associated Press reported.

The House emphatically approved a fresh $40 billion Ukraine aid package Tuesday as lawmakers beefed up President Joe Biden’s initial request, signaling a magnified, bipartisan commitment to thwart Russian President Vladimir Putin’s bloody three-month-old invasion.

The measure sailed to passage by a lopsided 368-57 margin, providing $7 billion more than Biden’s request from April and dividing the increase evenly between defense and humanitarian programs. The bill would give Ukraine military and economic assistance, help regional allies, replenish weapons the Pentagon has shipped overseas and provide $5 billion to address global food shortages caused by the war’s crippling of Ukraine’s normally robust production of many crops.

The measure was backed by every voting Democrat and by nearly 3 out of 4 Republicans. House debate reflected a perspective, shared broadly by both parties, that the U.S. has even more at stake than standing by Ukraine.