Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene may not be allowed to appear on the ballot in November as she seeks her second term in office. Georgia’s effort is to disqualify Greene from running for reelection due to her role on January 6, 2021, Trump Capitol riots. The law cited dates back to a provision that disallowed former members of the Confederacy from seeking office in the United States following the Civil War. Greene tried to get the case dismissed, but Judge Amy Totenberg denied her request for a preliminary injunction. This does not mean that Greene will be definitively kicked off the ballot, but it does mean the case will be allowed to go forward, and she might be. Greene went on Tucker Carlson’s show last night to complain about the ruling, and she blamed bureaucrats and the left for the effort. It remains an open question whether MTG will get reelected in November, but this is one way to ensure that she will not.
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