Marjorie Taylor Greene Calls for the Separation of the United States 

( )- While appearing on the Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” last week, Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene flatly denied she was advocating for a civil war when she called for a “national divorce,” nor was she calling for the country to divide into two separate nations. 

Greene came under fire last Monday after tweeting that the country needs a national divorce. She suggested separating red and blue states as a way to shrink the size of the federal government, arguing that people she talks to are sick of having “disgusting woke culture” shoved down their throats. 

Unsurprisingly, many in the media and the Democrat party accused Greene of being a traitor and insurrectionist who is advocating for a civil war. 

But in an interview with Fox’s Sean Hannity last Tuesday, Greene clarified her tweet, explaining that she wasn’t advocating for civil war. 

Hoping to help Greene out of the hole she found herself in, Hannity opened the segment by clarifying that the Georgia Republican was not “calling for secession” or dividing into two separate countries. 

Greene agreed, explaining that her call for a national divorce wasn’t advocating for two separate countries. Instead, she wants to reduce the size of the federal government by placing more power in the hands of the states. 

In short, Marjorie Taylor Greene isn’t calling for a national divorce at all. Instead, she appears to be advocating for reaffirming the 10th Amendment. 

She reiterated that Americans are “fed up” with the Democrat Party’s “woke ideology” getting shoved down their throats, telling Hannity that red-state Americans should have their own “safe space.” 

Greene argued that with federal spending out of control and the “insane” national debt, Americans should rein in the federal government by letting the states “have the power and control they deserve.” 

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