Republicans are chasing themselves after 13 people voted for the Democratic House of Representatives in favor of a bipartisan infrastructure bill

Lauren Bobert (R-CO), Matt Gaetz (R-FL), and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) testify at the U.S. Capitol in October from U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland. I will attend the House of Justice Committee. 21st 2021 in Washington DC.

Lauren Boebert (R-CO), Matt Gaetz (R-FL), and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) are members of the House of Representatives Judiciary held in Washington, DC on October 21, 2021. I will attend the meeting. Michael Reynolds-Pool / Getty Images

  • 13 Republicans broke the ranks on Friday and voted for a bipartisan infrastructure bill.

  • Today, some of their fellow Republicans call them “traitors” and “Democrats.”

  • The bill was also passed by a Republican vote in the Senate in August.

Thirteen Republicans broke the ranks on Friday, voted for Democrats, passed a bipartisan infrastructure bill, and aroused the anger of colleagues.

Prior to voting, House minority leader Kevin McCarthy Garbage can The bill was “reckless and irresponsible spending” and urged him not to vote for his party.

Georgia Congressman Marjorie Taylor Greene warning Any Republican who votes for the bill will “feel the wrath of GOP voters,” but North Carolina lawmaker Madison Cawthorn said. Said: “Vote for this infrastructure bill. I will make hell primary from you.”

But when the House of Representatives voted for the bill, Easily passed in the Senate months ago, 13 Republicans voted in favor.. The bill includes funds For roads, bridges, public transport, electric vehicles, clean energy, high speed broadband.

Biden welcomed the passage of the bill As “creating millions of jobs and modernizing infrastructure,” “turning the climate crisis into an opportunity,” and “investing once in a generation.”

However, some Republicans who did not support the bill focused on their colleagues.

Green tells themtraitorTweeted list Of their name and their office number.

Others sought a potentially more insulting label: Democrats.

“There are many Democrats in the US House of Representatives who call themselves Republicans,” Corthorn said. Tweet Saturday.

Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert Tweet “These fraudulent RINOs” should be punished for “promoting as a Republican but governing as a Democrat.”

“I can’t believe the Republicans just submitted a socialist bill to the Democrats,” Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz. Said..

Texas Rep. Chiproy retweeted Ohio Rep. Warren Davidson. Said It was “painful” to see his Republican colleague vote for Biden and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.

Adam Kinzinger, one of the Republicans who voted for the bill, replied to Green: TweetMocked her for calling the infrastructure bill a communist. “Infrastructure = Communism is new. Eisenhower’s interstate highway system needs to be dismantled, otherwise the community will be able to drive conveniently!”

Another Republican who voted for the bill, Congressman John Katko, said statement On Twitter, he called his vote a “historic day” and praised the bill as a “comprehensive infrastructure reform.”

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