SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene made waves over the holiday weekend with this tweet calling for a national divorce. After facing backlash from Democrats and some Republicans, Greene followed up with a detailed thread explaining why she thinks this is a good idea.
Greene is saying that a national divorce would empower individual states to form a smaller government, reduce the federal debt, set their own environmental standards and the Congresswoman has another idea as well: Banning people who move from blue states to red states from voting for five years so they don't bring their bad politics with them. I actually favor that idea. Anyway, here with more is Marjorie Taylor Greene.
You know, I read this and then I read your comments on it. I think most people instinctively want this to be the United States of America. And here is my question: How did you get to this point? I mean I look at topics -- For example, how do you reconcile defund the police and no-bail laws with law and order? How do you reconcile secure borders and wide open borders? How do you reconcile energy independence with energy dependence and New Green Dealism? How do you reconcile peace through strength with people that want to gut our defense? I don't see middle ground on a lot of these issues. So what is the other answer if it's not a divorce?
MARJORIE TAYLOR GREENE (GUEST): Well, exactly Sean. That's the problem and where we are today.
HANNITY: And do you expect it will happen? Last question.
GREENE: Well, I think it’s something that we should work towards because, you know, it’s kind of the vision that our Founding Fathers had for America. And I think it’s a great one.