Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) seemed to indicate that she now believes that someone should run for primary opposition to Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).
Greene made the remarks after Graham’s expressed his skepticism regarding the House Republican investigation into President Biden’s impeachment.
“How can Lindsey Graham in Washington, D.C., on ‘Meet the Press’ say that he hasn’t seen a smoking gun of evidence? That he doesn’t think that we produce enough evidence to impeach Joe Biden? Let me ask the American people: Do you think that we have produced enough evidence to impeach Joe Biden?” Greene said during a recent public appearance.
“Well, I think somebody better run for senator in South Carolina,” she continued.
Graham’s reelection bid does not occur until 2026.
Graham earlier in the day on NBC’s “Meet the Press” stated that House Republicans have not yet discovered a “smoking gun” in their investigations. Greene’s remarks followed Graham’s remark.
By a party-line vote of 221-212, the House formally authorized its investigation into Biden’s impeachment last week.
Republicans maintained that the formal authorization vote would strengthen their legal arguments to compel documents and testimony.
In addition to conducting in-depth examinations of the personal and professional finances of Biden family members, the multifaceted impeachment investigation scrutinizes the Justice Department’s investigation into his son’s tax evasion.