May 7, 2021
"'We had a Republican-controlled House and Senate and the Republicans failed us. They didn't repeal Obamacare, they didn't defund Planned Parenthood and they didn't build the wall...'The people that are there aren't qualified to be there."
Marjorie Taylor Greene tears into 'weak' Republicans who fail to deliver on their promises and says Congress is full of 'losers who can't relate to real Americans'
Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene blasted her colleagues in Congress in a fiery interview with Tucker Carlson, claiming the country is 'crumbling' because of the government's gross mismanagement.
Greene - who was elected last November - revealed she decided to run for office because she was 'so angry' with Republicans for not taking bold action after Trump's win back in 2016.
'We had a Republican-controlled House and Senate and the Republicans failed us. They didn't repeal Obamacare, they didn't defund Planned Parenthood and they didn't build the wall [at the southern border],' she told Carlson.
Greene said that, after being elected, she soon realized why Congress was failing the American people.
'The people that are there aren't qualified to be there. They are people that can only succeed in government, or academia, or maybe they're attorneys that couldn't build their career bring enough so they decided to go into politics,' she declared.
'They sound like losers,' Carlson stated, to which Greene said: 'I think a lot of them ARE losers!'
'They're not impressive people and they can't relate to real America. They've never functioned in it, they've never succeeded in it. They've never built something and been tested,' Greene theorized.
'They don't appreciate the hard earned tax dollars that people work so hard for that people have to pay to the government.
'They don't appreciate the people's money. They waste it and throw it away. They spend it on frivolous programs that make them feel good about themselves.
'Congress needs to be held accountable for every single American, and I don't care if they're Republican or Democrat,' she concluded.