Members of Georgia Congress to file impeachment articles against President-Elect Biden after inauguration

The newly elected Georgia Rep. As an associate of Trump’s supporter group. Marjorie Taylor Green announced plans to file impeachment articles against President-Elect Joe Biden soon after assuming power of the presidential office.

Green said in a tweet Wednesday evening that she would file an impeachment letter against Biden on January 21, the next day after being sworn in as President of the United States.

The announcement by Green comes on the heels of a vote by the US House on Wednesday to accuse President Donald Trump of “inciting rebellion” over the deadly siege of the Capitol by his supporters in his last days in office Are charged.

And more: Trump becomes president only to be impeached by the House twice, accusing him of ‘inciting rebellion’

Trump is the only US president in history to have impeached twice.

House jurists may come in contact with someone testing positive for COVID-19 while they were sheltered at an undisclosed location during a capital siege by a violent mob.

The attending physician at the Capitol informed all MPs on Sunday of exposure to the virus and urged them to be tested. The infected person was not named.

Some lawmakers and staff created a furore after videos surfaced of Republican lawmakers not wearing their masks in the room during the lockout. Green was among Republicans who did not wear masks.

Green currently represents the 14th Congressional District of Georgia.

SEE ALSO: QAnon promoter Major Taylor Green wins seat in Congress

Green has a history of colliding QAnon, a far-reaching conspiracy theory that centers on the unfounded belief that President Donald Trump is secretly fighting enemies in a “deep state” and by devilish pedophiles and cannibals Operated is a child sex trafficking ring. He later disassociated himself from conspiracy theories.

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