Marjorie Taylor Greene has one secret weapon to throw out Trump’s indictments

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Democrat prosecutors indicted Donald Trump four times for meddling in the 2024 election.

One Republican has a plan to fight back.

And Marjorie Taylor Greene has one secret weapon to throw out Trump’s indictments.

Congressional Republicans are not powerless to stop Joe Biden from weaponizing the government against Donald Trump and his supporters.

Republicans have some powerful tools at their disposal.

At a constituent town hall meeting, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene told attendees that she had a number of demands House Speaker Kevin McCarthy needed to meet before she would agree to support a government funding bill.

At the top of the list was beginning an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden as well as defunding the prosecutions of Donald Trump.

“I’ve already decided I will not vote to fund the government unless we have passed an impeachment inquiry on Joe Biden,” Greene began.

Republicans could include in their impeachment inquiry what Biden’s role was in the criminal charges against Trump.

The New York Times all but admitted Biden ordered these kangaroo court prosecutions in an article detailing how Biden made it known to his closest aides that he thought Donald Trump deserved criminal prosecution and that Attorney General Merrick Garland was not moving swiftly enough to prosecute Trump.

Greene also said she would not vote to fund the government unless Congress defunded the prosecutions of Trump as well as the sham special counsel in the Hunter Biden probe.

“I will not fund the government because I will not fund the weaponized part of the government. I’m not going to continue to fund the Biden regime’s weaponized government. So there should be no funding for Jack Smith. Special Counsel. We had to fire David Weiss, who is protecting Hunter Biden as his special counsel. And we have to rein in the FBI. I will not vote for money to go towards those things,” Greene added.

With one simple policy rider that states the Department of Justice can’t prosecute any candidate for President until after election day, the GOP could bring Jack Smith’s show trials against Trump to a screeching halt.

Republicans could also refuse to appropriate any money to state and local jurisdictions prosecuting Trump.

Congressional Republicans could defund the effort to weaponize the government to interfere in the election on Joe Biden’s behalf.

But will House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and the rest of the leadership support this effort?