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Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, who targeted House Speaker Mike Johnson in March by filing a motion to vacate the speakership, indicated during a press conference on Wednesday that she plans to trigger a vote on the matter next week.

In a statement issued Tuesday, House Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.), Democratic Whip Katherine Clark (D-Mass.), and Democratic Caucus Chair Pete Aguilar (D-Calif.) pledged to "vote to table" the GOP congresswoman's motion to vacate, declaring, "If she invokes the motion, it will not succeed."

Greene said during the press conference on Wednesday that "Mike Johnson is giving them every thing they want."

"What we've seen here is the coming out of the uniparty," Republican Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky, who has cosponsored Greene's motion to vacate, said at the press conference. "And it will be consolidated, and it will be transparent and apparent next week to all Americans when this vote happens."

"Members have a weekend to decide whether to embrace the #Uniparty that became obvious in the U.S. House when Hakeem Jeffries and the entire Democrat leadership team announced they want to keep Mike Johnson," Massie tweeted.

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When NewsNation's Blake Burman mentioned Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene to Johnson, the speaker said, "Bless her heart." The interview was recorded Tuesday night, according to The Hill.

Burman asked Johnson whether Greene is a "serious lawmaker."

Johnson replied that he does not believe Greene is "proving to be, no."

GOP Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona has also cosponsored Greene's motion to vacate.

Johnson was tapped to serve as speaker last year after prior speaker Kevin McCarthy had been ousted from the post.

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Did Speaker Mike Johnson betray Republicans by killing surveillance law amendment?

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House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) is under heavy scrutiny from the GOP after he voted to reauthorize FISA, which essentially allows the government to spy on Americans without a warrant.

House conservatives are outraged at Johnson’s decision to break the tie vote by siding with Democrats and the other 86 Republicans who voted in favor of the reauthorization of the surveillance law.

Pat Gray is equally outraged by Johnson’s betrayal, wondering if he can even be called a Republican after such a stunt.

“FISA section 702 passed easily. Its authorization of spying on Americans without a warrant continues through 2026, thanks specifically to Mike Johnson,” he sighs, noting that we need to “limit their time in office” and “make them legislate from their district.”

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), among many others, also expressed his displeasure with Johnson’s vote on a Fox News exclusive interview when he said, “I’m not so sure there’s a difference between Mike Johnson being in charge and the Democrats being in charge. ... So far, I don’t see a lot of difference.”

“Yeah, me neither,” says Pat.

Unfortunately, conservatives' vexation with Johnson is likely to continue with his upcoming Ukraine-Israel aid bill. To learn more about what’s on the horizon, watch the clip below.

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