Marjorie Taylor Greene Nuk*s Jack Smith over ‘Ridiculous Charges’ against Trump: ‘Absolute Bullsh*t!’

Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has slammed the latest “ridiculous charges” against President Donald Trump from Special Counsel Jack Smith. Greene is furious that Trump received a target letter informing him that he will likely be “arrested and indicted” as part of Smith’s Grand Jury investigations.

On Tuesday, Fox News’s Chad Pergram asked Greene for her reaction to the breaking news.

Greene held nothing back, calling the letter “absolute bullsh*t!”

She said: “Yeah, that’s my reaction.

“This is the only way that the Democrats have to beat President Trump is to arrest him, smear him, charge him with ridiculous charges.

“All in cover-up of Joe Biden’s crimes, Hunter Biden’s crimes.

“It’s unbelievable,” she asserted.

“It’s hard to even recognize that this is our country.

“The American people are going to be furious.

“And what Jack Smith is doing is the weaponized government.

“He’s weaponizing the Department of Justice against President Trump in a complete lie about President Trump and January 6th.

“It’s outrageous,” the congresswoman blasted.

“I can’t believe our country has to endure this and I’ll be standing with President Trump the entire way.

“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 Slay News reported earlier, Trump revealed today that he received a target letter from Smith about January 6 and the alternative slate of electors some states put forward.

A target letter almost always precedes an official indictment and Trump expects that to come soon.

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Trump said he expected the case to lead to his “arrest and indictment.”

“Deranged Jack Smith, the prosecutor with Joe Biden’s DOJ, sent a letter (again, it was Sunday night!) stating that I am a TARGET of the January 6th Grand Jury investigation and giving me a very short four days to report to the grand jury which almost always means an arrest and indictment.”

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