Former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) has slammed Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) for her push for a “national divorce,” saying that the suggestion is “unconstitutional.”
In response to Greene’s comments, Cheney took to Twitter to write that the Constitution governs the nation, and as a member of Congress, Greene has sworn an oath to defend the Constitution. She added that the idea of a “national divorce” or secession was unconstitutional and there should be no member of Congress advocating for it.
On Monday, Greene had taken to Twitter to once against suggest that there should be a separation of the Republican and Democratic states. She further argued that they should shrink the federal government. Greene advocates that this separation of states would grant Republican states protection from the “sick and disgusting woke culture” promoted by the Democrats.
She had made similar claims about the need for a national divorce in 2021. At the time she had urged that the voters who had brought “ruin” to California should not be allowed to move to Florida and bring ruin to that state as well.
Greene’s latest outburst came after it was announced that President Biden was on a surprise visit to Kyiv, Ukraine. Following this revelation, Greene took to Twitter to point out that Biden had not visited East Palestine, Ohio, but rather had opted to visit Ukraine, which is not a NATO member. She then called for Biden to be impeached.