Scoop: Members of the house in battle after the siege of the Capitol

The Freshmen section of the House Republican has been fighting since last Wednesday’s Capitol attack, with a clear split just a week after the swearing-in.

What we are listening to: On Tuesday, Reps Nancy Mess (RS.C.) and Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Ga.) Met on a text chain with all Freshman GOP members who have read the text message, according to sources. .

  • Negotiations began when Greene – a fierce defender of President Trump and former Qion backer – sent a National Pulse article to Chen, claiming that presidential approval numbers had risen in December.
  • Messes who came out early against Republicans, who planned to reject the election results, fired back: “I am intrigued by the hatred by you and other Q-conspiracy theorists last week in the Chamber after all the violence . “
  • Green said he condemned it and said to Mace “don’t believe fake news.” He also brought up how some Black Lives Matter protests turned violent.
  • Gada replied: “Literally QAnon woman trying to deny a QAnon woman.”

according to sources Those who have read the message, Rep. Burgess Owens (R-Utah), thanked Greene for his support of the president. Rep. Peter Meijer (R-Mich.) Expressed his support of Mess.

Why it matters: The division we are seeing in the Republican Party is colliding with every layer of Congress, and making enemies in the new class.

  • There is usually a sense of unease among the new members when they take office as they lean on each other to navigate the Congress. The general grace period for Trump’s stance during the impeachment vote on Wednesday has evaporated.


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