Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.)’s rift with the Freedom Caucus came to a headway this week as she was removed entirely from the Caucus after siding with Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Ca.) on a series of controversial bills.

Greene notoriously broke with the rest of the caucus and supported McCarthy for Speaker before he began offering concessions that led to some other members voting for him.

She has also publicly fought with other members of the caucus, such as Representative Lauren Boebert (R-Co.)

Greene reportedly called Boebert a b*tch on the House floor, which one member of the Freedom Caucus said was the ‘straw that broke the camel’s back’.

I think the way she referred to a fellow member was probably not the way we expect our members to refer to other fellow, especially female, members,” he said.


While a public vote record has not been made available, sources say that the vote was ‘overwhelmingly’ in favor of removing Greene.

Greene has continued to attack members of the Freedom Caucus even after her expulsion, including Representative Ken Buck (R-Co.) as recently as yesterday.

Greene was reportedly removed from the Freedom Caucus during a vote last month, though the news did not become public until this Thursday.

Her office has not provided comment on her removal, nor has a representative from the Freedom Caucus.

The Daily Caller Reports

Republican Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene was removed from the House Freedom Caucus after repeatedly siding with Speaker Kevin McCarthy on a series of key votes.

Greene, who joined HFC after entering Congress in 2021, has emerged as a key McCarthy surrogate in the 118th Congress. She supported him throughout the marathon 15-vote series that made him speaker in January, and voted in favor of the Fiscal Responsibility Act, a bipartisan compromise to raise the debt ceiling. Greene has also repeatedly feuded with HFC member and Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert, going so far as to call her “a little bitch” on the House floor.

Maryland Rep. Andy Harris confirmed the removal to Politico, telling the outlet that the Boebert feud was “the straw that broke the camel’s back.”

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