Margorie Taylor Greene, of MTG as she is commonly referred to, is now weighing her 4th attempt to impeach President Joe Biden to Congress. None of her previous attempts have garnered any success whatsoever. Furthermore, previously Greene has been accused of being a “pro-Putin cheerleader” — a charge she didn’t deny. 

Greene has previously introduced three articles of impeachment against Biden for “his dereliction of duty in Afghanistan, his violations of immigration law causing a national security crisis on our Southern border, and his usurping of the Constitutional balance of power by ignoring the ruling of the Supreme Court.” This, all according to her website.

Now, MTG is tweeting her “outrage” that President Biden did his job. The President recently negotiated the release of Brittney Griner, a professional basketball player who has spent several of her off-seasons in Russia for the purpose of playing for a team there to supplement her income as the WNBA doesn’t pay like the NBA, or anywhere close.

Her beef is that the “trade” involves Viktor Bout, an arms dealer who has been in some sort of custody, mostly US custody, since 2008. Bout was convicted in a US court and was sentenced to 25 years behind bars. If one includes all of his incarcerated time, he has been behind bars for his crimes for about 14 years.

MTG also charges Biden with “leaving” a US marine in Russian custody.” In fact, Biden is not “just” leaving the marine in Russian custody but is still actively working to secure his release. Griner was arrested last year for a small amount of marijuana (hash oil or CBD oil, depending on who you talk to) and many suspect she was arrested for the purpose of a prisoner exchange with the US. In short, she was basically a hostage.

Also, many are saying a deal involving Paul Whelan, the US Marine who was convicted on spying charges and sentenced to 16 years in prison, was never on the table, and that Griner was the only prisoner that could be gotten. Putin has other spies in US custody and many expect a deal to involve at least one of them. According to that logic, that makes Bout a minor player in all this.

It is doubtful that Bout will be able to go “back into business” once back in Russia. He is now “on the radar” and will most likely have eyes on him most, if not all of the time. People in the arms trade probably won’t want to expose themselves by doing business with Bout.

But still, some individuals like MTG will make political hay out of what should and is being looked at more like a Christmas miracle by a much larger segment of the American population.