Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has one-upped her rival Congresswoman Cori Bush (D-MO) this Tuesday by destroying her measure that, if passed, would have allowed convicted violent felons to vote in our elections.
Bush tried to push through an amendment that would give voting rights to violent felons and make it harder for good people to win elections. By forcing a vote on the issue, Greene was able to stop the attempt.
“Congresswoman Cori Bush’s ‘Violent Convicted Criminals Can Vote’ measure was soundly stopped in bipartisan voting on the House floor,” Greene said in her press release.
“I requested a roll call vote, which put lawmakers on record to end this dangerous measure and stop Democrats from using a voice vote to hide their votes. I will not let America’s elections continue to be corrupted by extreme liberal policies,” she added.
Her full press release can be read here:
Greene has had conflicts with Bush before. The far-left lawmaker spread fake news in order to get Greene removed from Congress:
But that attempt to ruin Greene failed and now her attempt to allow thugs to vote has also failed.