Newly elected Republican, Marjorie Taylor Greene, is wasting no time in office and has already indicated plans to impeach President-elect Joe Biden.
The Democratic winner of the 2020 US Election hasn't even started his time at the White House and he's already facing calls to get out.
Greene, who is also a QAnon supporter, has announced plans to introduce an article of impeachment against Biden on his first day on the job.
Speaking to conservative American news site Newsmax, Green said: "We cannot have a President of the United States that is willing to abuse the power of the office of the presidency and be easily bought off by foreign governments, foreign Chinese energy companies, Ukrainian energy companies."
Greene's reasons for launching the article of impeachment date back to when the President-elect was accused of asking the Ukrainian government to fire a prosecutor that was investigating his son Hunter.
None of her claims have been backed up with verifiable evidence and her impeachment lodging on January 21, the day after Biden's inauguration, is very likely to fail.
But that isn't stopping the Georgian Congresswoman, who insists she isn't doing this just for attention.
"I'm a big believer in having people in office that are actually willing to do the job and I can imagine people in this country being so fearful of a future of a Biden presidency that they may be willing to commit violence like they did in the Capitol here in Washington, DC," she told Newsmax.
"We cannot have that, I do not condone that violence.
"The American people need to know there are Republicans in Congress that are willing to stand up and fight for them regardless of being in the minority, regardless of having odds against us."
Greene was iconically seen wearing a face mask that had 'CENSORED' across the mouth during her remarks regarding Donald Trump's impeachment.
Despite her belief that her views were being silenced, many pointed out that she was allowed to speak freely and her words were being broadcast unfiltered across America.
But she might have found an ardent conservative supporter for impeaching Joe Biden.
Fox News host Sean Hannity said on his show that he couldn't believe more people weren't discussing the aforementioned and as-yet-unconfirmed allegation of Joe Biden's involvement with Ukraine.
He told his viewers: "'In a truly amazing example of hypocrisy, the media still can't be bothered to cover Joe Biden's Ukraine quid pro quo. If you apply the same standards, we're going to have to impeach Joe a week from today."
Joe Biden is set to be inaugurated as President of the United States on January 20. Donald Trump has already revealed he won't be attending.
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