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BREAKING: Shocking Vote Reveals RINOS’ True Allegiances

In a stunning display of bipartisan unity, the House swiftly rejected Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s bid to remove Speaker Mike Johnson from his position. The chamber resoundingly voted to table Greene’s measure by a 359-43 tally, with both Democrats and Republicans coming together to support Johnson’s leadership. The vote came just hours after Greene announced her intention to move forward with the motion, which was met with a wave of boos from her colleagues. Despite Greene’s efforts to garner support from fellow Republicans like Reps. Thomas Massie and Paul Gosar, her campaign against Johnson ultimately failed. The speaker even received a boost from former President Donald Trump, who stood with him at Mar-a-Lago and praised his performance. Greene had been threatening to use the motion to vacate against Johnson since late March, citing issues such as the passage of a $1.2 trillion spending package. However, her recent meeting with Johnson, during which she made a series of “suggestions” including defunding special counsel Jack Smith’s inquiries into Trump and halting financial aid to Ukraine, failed to sway the House.

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