‘It’s absolute bullsh*t!’ MTG reacts to new Trump J6 arrest and Jack Smith, ‘he’s a weak little bitch for the Democrats’

Following former President Donald Trump announcing that he is about to be indicted by the Justice Department over the Jan. 6 protest, Republicans expressed outrage and none were more vocal about it than Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), who declared, “It’s absolute bullsh*t!”

Trump announced via Truth Social that he has to appear before the grand jury in four days, noting his appearance likely means “deranged” Special Counsel Jack Smith will indict him.

“Nothing like this has ever happened in our Country before, or even close… THIS WITCH HUNT IS ALL ABOUT ELECTION INTERFERENCE AND A COMPLETE AND TOTAL POLITICAL WEAPONIZATION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT! It is a very sad and dark period for our Nation!” Trump posted on Truth Social.

Greene bluntly stated when asked by a reporter about the impending indictment, “Yeah, it’s absolute bullsh*t, that’s my reaction. This is the only way that the Democrats have to beat President Trump.”

“Is this where our country is now? Because it’s an embarrassment on the world stage,” Greene also stated during the interview. “If this is the direction the world America is going in, we’re worse than Russia. We’re worse than China.”

It’s outrageous,” she added. “I can’t believe our country has to endure this. I’ll be standing with President Trump the entire way.”

She called the special counsel’s target letter to Trump in connection with efforts to overturn the 2020 election “outrageous” and suggested the Deep State represents the “most dangerous thing happening in our country.”

“It’s outrageous, I can’t believe that this is going on,” Greene told Fox News host Laura Ingraham. “This has been happening for eight years to President Trump and every single time over and over, he’s been proven innocent and the American people will not tolerate this.”

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“I mean, look at Jack Smith,” she continued. “He’s such a lousy attorney. He’s got overturned cases, mistrials and judicial rebukes and he has his target set on President Trump. And it’s all to basically change the 2024 election.”

Greene savaged leftists for going after Trump over non-existent crimes while covering up for Joe and Hunter Biden.

“It’s the same thing we saw with the Hunter Biden laptop. They want to control the narrative in the news, and they believe that they can paint President Trump guilty of some kind of seditious conspiracy. They believe they can convince the American people that they can’t elect President Trump and that they have to reelect Joe Biden,” she railed.

Ingraham asked Greene for her assessment of the Deep State.

“How significant is this problem of that entrenched bureaucracy of career civil servants working and burrowed in against any – I don’t care if it’s Trump or DeSantis, or someone else – working against his or her agenda in the future? How critical is this that this be finally tackled once and for all?” she asked.

“It’s the most dangerous thing happening in our country,” Greene said. “I listened to everything you just laid out and I want you to know it should be a lesson for every single person in Washington. Everything you said is exactly how people in my district feel at home. It’s how the American people feel. They don’t want the career, establishment Washington, federal employees coming up with the policies and making the decisions on their behalf.”

She also tweeted, blasting Jack Smith, “Jack Smith is a lousy attorney. His career is filled with mistrials, overturned cases, and judicial rebukes. He only targets Republicans because he’s a weak little b*tch for the Democrats.”

As staunchly as Greene defended Trump, former White House communications director Alyssa Farah Griffin was just as quick to turn on him on “The View”

Griffin contended on the show that Trump is “kind of worshipping these lines of like, ‘I was indicted for you.’ He was not indicted for you, he was indicted because he refused to accept, or he’s likely going to be indicted because he refused to accept, he lost the election.”

She claimed on Tuesday that she voluntarily met with DOJ investigators and the House Jan. 6 committee, commenting, “They were very interested in sort of whether he knew he lost the election.”

“[Trump] said to me directly that he acknowledged he lost, but I don’t know if he’s changed his mind since then,” Griffin remarked. “But that matters because it will allow them to prove that he knew he lost, and he still wanted to incite a mob to go to the Capitol and storm the Capitol. … This puts front and center the worst day of his presidency. Something that was one of the most tragic things that happened in recent memory and was an attack on our democracy.”

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