Democrats Criticize Elevation of Marjorie Taylor Greene





Democrats bash McCarthy’s decision to elevate Marjorie Taylor Greene




WASHINGTON – After an dramatic day of hearings in the House of Representatives, the US Congress passed a resolution condemning the elevation of Marjorie Taylor Greene as Director of the National Security Agency.

The resolution was passed by voice vote, with no one speaking against it. It is the first time the House has ever condemned the elevation of a political appointee at the NSA.

The vote comes after House Judiciary Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) expressed her concerns about the decision and called for an investigation into the matter.

Greene, a white woman, has been elevated to the top of the NSA by McCarthy, after the new Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, refused to promote her to the same level.

Greene has been outspoken against the NSA’s domestic spying activities, and has been critical of the Obama Administration’s decision to apologize to a foreign country for the spying activities of the NSA.

The vote is also a sign of growing discontent within the Democratic Party over McCarthy’s decision to elevate Greene.

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