MTG Threatens Five-Word Vow If Trump Wins Election

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Georgia’s US Rep, Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican, has spoken the words that will be music to the ears of hundreds of Millions of American citizens about what she wants to see happen when President Donald J. Trump returns to Washington DC as POTUS – and that is for Trump to focus on payback for the outrageous third world style- Banana Republic- that the administrative state has turned the United States of America into.

Media reports picked up on the details of MTG’s recent comments: “Conservative firebrand Marjorie Taylor Greene has vowed to “go after all of them” if Donald Trump wins the election.”

While very soft and fragile people complained about “Trump’s tweets being mean,” many of Trump’s voters were frustrated with Trump’s gentle and forgiving approach to some of the biggest traitors against the people’s government, who were abusing their power and authority from their positions in Washington DC.

Trump often gave glamorous jobs with tremendous perks to people who outwardly hated him, confusing many of his supporters. And if he gets back to the White House in 2024, his supporters will not tolerate another gentle hand upon their usurpations.

MTG made it clear on social media that she expected Trump to be as brash and bold as Never Trumpers have always accused him of being.

“Greene’s remarks came in response to a report alleging that a charity promoting Black voter turnout was designed to boost Democrats. Nothing should be forgiven this time,” Greene said, if Trump wins the election,” DailyFetched reported, adding:

Meanwhile, the Capital Research Center released a report stating the Voter Registration Project is “the largest and most corrupt ‘charitable’ voter registration effort in American history.”

The Voter Registration Project website aims to “conduct non-partisan voter registration and mobilization to under-represented ethnic and socio-economic groups in the United States, including African-American, Latino, Native American and low-income voters.”

Former Trump White House advisor Stephen Miller shared a link to the report, adding, “RICO?”

Greene responded to the message on X, formerly known as Twitter, writing, “Yes. When we take back the WH [White House], we will go after all of them. Nothing will be forgiven this time.”

Capital Research alleges that the Voter Registration Project was used by Democratic donors to “selectively register millions of ‘non-white’ swing-state voters in the hopes of getting out the Democratic vote for a 2020 presidential win” using “the guise of civic-minded charity.”

It also alleges that the VRP program provided Biden “with somewhere between one million and 2.7 million votes across eight specifically chosen swing states,” which likely led to Democratic victory in Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, and Pennsylvania, costing Trump the election.

Earlier this week, Greene speculated whether she could be Trump’s vice-presidential pick.

Greene reportedly replied: “I haven’t made up my mind whether I will do that or not,” she said, suggesting she could run for the Senate.

“I have a lot of things to think about. Am I going to be a part of President Trump’s Cabinet if he wins? Is it possible that I’ll be VP?” she posted, teasing all of DC, especially Axios, who reported on the brazen comment:

“Why it matters: Greene has emerged as a key ally to both former President Trump and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).”

Axios went on:

“Driving the news: In an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution published Wednesday, Greene didn’t rule out running for U.S. Senate in 2026, telling the outlet, “I haven’t made up my mind whether I will do that or not.”

She added: “I have a lot of things to think about. Am I going to be a part of President Trump’s Cabinet if he wins? Is it possible that I’ll be VP?”
Greene said would “very, very heavily” consider being Trump’s running mate if asked, saying it would be “an honor.”
The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The backdrop: Greene, who was first elected in 2020 and has transitioned from a leadership antagonist to a vocal McCarthy advocate, was kicked out of the right-wing Freedom Caucus last month amid growing divisions within the group over style and substance.

She has maintained her close affinity with Trump, rushing to his defense over the various federal and state indictments he has faced in recent months.
Former Trump aide Steve Bannon said in January that Greene “sees herself on the shortlist for Trump’s VP,” quipping: “When MTG looks in the mirror she sees a potential president smiling back.”

RICO is also the topic of discussion by one of Trump’s top Legal counsel, about the Democrat administration of Joe Biden, according to a New York Post article on Friday:

“Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani insisted Thursday that the RICO laws used to indict him and other associates of former President Donald Trump in the Georgia election tampering case were meant to be used for criminal organizations — like the Biden family.

While discussing Hunter Biden’s tax fraud investigation with radio host John Catsimatidis, Giuliani, 79, said the federal racketeering charge that made him a feared federal prosecutor should be used to charge the Biden family’s “massive bribery scheme” and “not for an election dispute.”

The former Trump attorney was asked about charges that the president’s son will potentially avoid after the statute of limitations ran out on allegations of tax crimes he committed in Washington, DC, and California, where US Attorneys declined to pursue charges.

Both districts are beyond the jurisdiction of Delaware US Attorney David Weiss, who was named as special counsel in the Justice Department’s probe in the Hunter Biden case.

“There is a way around it: The legitimate use of RICO,” Giuliani said on WABC’s “Cats & Cosby Show.”


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