Marjorie Taylor Greene Doesn’t Want A Civil War, Urges Biden Administration to Address Border Crisis

Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene from Georgia recently suggested that states might contemplate secession if the Biden administration does not address the border crisis. Greene expressed her concerns on X, a social media platform, stating, “If the Biden admin refuses to stop the invasion of cartel-led human and drug trafficking into our country, states should consider seceding from the union.”

Greene emphasized the widespread impact of the border policies, noting that from Texas to New York City, communities across the nation are grappling with the consequences of what she described as “Biden’s traitorous America last border policies.”

This isn’t the first time Greene has broached the topic of a divided nation. Earlier in the year, she tweeted that the country needed a “national divorce.” Greene suggested separating the country into red states and blue states to shrink the federal government. She attributed her sentiments to the “sick and disgusting woke culture issues” and the “Democrat’s traitorous America Last policies.”

In another post, Greene highlighted her concerns about U.S. involvement in foreign affairs, especially in non-NATO countries, and emphasized the nation’s financial struggles. She criticized the Biden administration’s support for Ukraine during its conflict with Russia.

However, Greene later clarified that she was not advocating for a civil war. In a recent interview with Fox News, she stated, “The last thing I ever want to see in America is a civil war.” She believes the nation is heading in a concerning direction and that proactive measures are necessary.

Reiterating her stance in another post, Greene said that those who argue against a “national divorce” because of the left’s control inadvertently make a case for it. She emphasized that the goal isn’t to incite a civil war but to protect the American way of life.

In December 2021, Greene responded to a tweet suggesting that individuals moving from blue states to red states should undergo a waiting period before voting. She noted that after Democratic voters impacted states like California, precautions should be taken to prevent similar outcomes in states like Florida.

In October 2021, Greene conducted a poll on the idea of a “national divorce.” Of the 84,000 responses, 48% were against splitting the country, 43% were in favor, and the remainder were undecided.

Screenshot: X: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene