Massive GOP Bribery Plot EXPOSED… Gaetz Just Revealed…

Matt Gaetz
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) followed through with her threat this week to floor the motion to vacate.

The motion was struck down, with some surprising votes against Greene.

One of those was Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), but when he gave his reason why, it set off some alarms.

Bribed to Leave

Gaetz sounded as though he wanted to remove Johnson, but he was following Trump’s lead that now is not the right time.

Moreover, Gaetz believes that the majority is so thin right now that some members may be susceptible to being bribed not to run for re-election or, worse, to vote for a Democrat as Speaker.

With the GOP now only having one vote to spare, if two Republicans voted for Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) over a GOP Speaker, we would have a Democrat Speaker without Dems holding the majority.

Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY), who supported the vote, was upset with the caucus, accusing everyone other than those who voted in favor of the measure as being part of a Uniparty.

He posted on X, “It’s a new paradigm in Congress.

“Nancy Pelosi, and most republicans voted to keep Uniparty Speaker Mike Johnson. These are the eleven, including myself, who voted NOT to save him.”

The House is in complete and utter chaos right now, and other than raising her profile with voters, I am not really sure what Greene hopes to accomplish here.

The fact she even put this measure on the floor could cost the GOP the majority in November.

After all, if the GOP cannot settle on a Speaker that it does not oust in a matter of months, how can the caucus possibly govern the country?

That is the question that I suspect most voters will be asking when they head to the polls in November.

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