Congresswoman Greene Calls for Jail Time for Democrats

Written by Henrik Rothen

Dec.16 - 2023 7:28 PM CET

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Congresswoman Greene Calls for Jail Time for Democrats.

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U.S. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has expressed a strong stance regarding the imprisonment of Democrats and media personnel involved in the investigations into former President Donald Trump's alleged connections with Russia.

This reaction follows the sentencing of Charles McGonigal, an ex-senior FBI counterintelligence official, who was a key figure in initiating the Trump-Russia inquiry and was recently sentenced to over four years in prison for violating Russian sanctions post his tenure in 2019.

Greene, known for her vocal support of Trump, emphasized the need for accountability and even incarceration for those involved in the Trump-Russia probe. She highlighted this viewpoint on a X (former Twitter), underscoring the irony of an FBI official, who investigated Trump for supposed collusion with Russia, being convicted for colluding with Russia himself.

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Greene's comments reflect her belief that the Democrats and their media allies have relentlessly attempted to undermine Trump, including, in her view, manipulating the election process.

The congresswoman's statements also included a call to action for her fellow Republicans, urging them to recognize the gravity of the situation and to take decisive steps.

She criticized those who prioritize being perceived as reasonable or likable over standing up for what she believes is right, warning of the consequences of inaction.

The origins of the Trump probe trace back to allegations involving George Papadopoulos, a Trump campaign advisor, and his claims about Russians possessing damaging information on Hillary Clinton. Papadopoulos was later jailed for lying to the FBI about his contacts.

Trump, while not commenting directly on McGonigal's sentence, has previously expressed his views on the matter via his social media platform.

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