Meet the 11 Republican Heroes Who Stood Up Against the Swamp

Eleven House Republicans voted against Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-Ga.) motion to resign, expelling House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-Louisiana) from office. .

Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Rep. Eric Burleson (R-MO), Rep. Eli Crane (R-AZ), Rep. Warren Davidson (R-OH), Rep. Paul Gosar ( Reps. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), Alex Mooney (R-W.V.), Barry Moore (R-Ala.), Chip Roy (R-Texas), and Reps. Spartz (R-IN), and Mr. Greene voted as a Republican. against File a motion to leave.

The vote was 359-43, with seven House members present for the vote.

Mr. Green’s motion to evict was filed after her It has been submitted In March, a motion was introduced to remove Johnson from his position as Speaker of the House of Commons.

House conservatives say Johnson has capitulated to Democrats and President Joe Biden.

Prime Minister Johnson proposed a $95 billion foreign aid package in April. The package sent about $26 billion to Israel, $61 billion to Ukraine, and $8 billion to aid allies in the Indo-Pacific region.

On Monday, Greene and Massey met with Johnson for about three hours and tried to propose measures to hold him accountable and prevent him from pursuing an agenda that House Republicans opposed.

After the meeting, Ms Green said she and Mr Massey had “a very long discussion with Chairman Johnson” and planned to meet again the next day. Mr Green added that he was “patient” and “hardworking” and that “nothing has changed.”

House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-Louisiana) (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Massey and Greene expressed dissatisfaction after the meeting, but Johnson said he wanted to “further advance” “everyday conservative policies” and added that Republicans were working with “the smallest majority in American history.” Ta.

Asked by reporters on Tuesday about the accountability measures proposed by Green, Mr Johnson said it was “not a negotiation” and that he would “process these ideas” as well as ideas from other members. Ta.

“Look, we’re going to process these ideas the same way we process every idea and every input from our members. This is not a negotiation,” Johnson explained. “I do my job, but part of my job is to incorporate suggestions and thoughtful ideas from members, and that’s what we do.”