Marjorie Taylor Greene Calls for Kamala Harris to Be Impeached for Not Going to Kabul
'disgraceful and unforgivable,'
Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said Kamala Harris should be impeached for her decision not to travel to Afghanistan amid the evacuation of American citizens from Kabul.
After appearing at a House Republican press conference regarding infrastructure, Greene rallied for Harris' impeachment during an appearance on Real America's Voice's The Water Cooler.
"For her to not speak out about this, for her not to fly over to Afghanistan to the Kabul airport is disgraceful and unforgivable," said Greene.
"She should be impeached as well. All of them are complicit in this. And they knew. They knew."
Last week, Greene announced she was drafting articles of impeachment against Joe Biden following his 'disastrous' Afghanistan withdrawal strategy.
"I have my team right now working on articles of impeachment," Greene said.
"Because I'm so disgusted with Joe Biden."
Greene also praised President Donald Trump, saying, "Trump right now is more presidential, and he's not even in the White House than Joe Biden can ever be or stand up to in the past seven months."
Trump also returned the compliment, saying Greene does not get enough credit.
Donald Trump of Marjorie Taylor Greene: "On of my favorite people. She's so smart. [...] She's a brilliant woman [but she] doesn't get credit for it." pic.twitter.com/HETE7qmwmu— The Hill (@thehill) August 22, 2021
Greene also spoke out in support of Americans bearing arms.
"I wouldn't be surprised at all if [the Biden administration] are paying the Taliban," Greene said.
"After all, they are paying them with weapons, vehicles, Blackhawk helicopters because the Afghan army is handing them over as fast as possible."
"Anytime any Democrat ever speaks to America about gun control again, and they want to talk to you about your AR-15, you tell them right now how many weapons and how many semi-automatic weapons did you hand over to terrorists in Afghanistan, to the Taliban, ISIS and possible Al-Qaeda before you ever talk to Americans about gun control," Greene added.
Greene's remarks come after Pentagon spokesman John Kirby admitted the Taliban is in possession of an unknown amount of U.S.-supplied Afghan government weaponry.
“I don’t have an exact inventory of equipment that the Afghans had at their disposal, which now might be at risk."