Republicans are sick of the 'loudmouths' 'dead-ending' their party into supporting extremists: Ex-GOP Rep
Rep. Barbara Comstock (Facebook)

On Tuesday's edition of CNN's "OutFront," former Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-VA) expressed her confidence that pro-QAnon Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) will be stripped of her committee assignments — and urged the GOP to go further and expel her from the caucus altogether.

"I don't think it's going to be a tough vote tomorrow," said Comstock. "I think Marjorie Greene will be gone and kicked off her committees, whether it's done by Republicans or Democrats, and I'm confident that Liz Cheney will retain her leadership position. So I wouldn't — the loudmouths that are out there all of the time attacking Liz or attacking others, they don't represent the entire conference, and I think a lot of the conference is sick of these loudmouths intimidating them into this dead-end policy of supporting people like Marjorie Greene."

Greene has promoted a number of wild conspiracy theories including that school shootings were staged by the government and the California wildfires were ignited with a Jewish space laser.

"Let's make sure people understand — it was Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows, along with help from Matt Gaetz, who gave us Marjorie Greene," said Comstock. "I'm on a women's Republican PAC ... we supported her male opponent, a brain surgeon. We could have had a brain surgeon in this position instead of her. I think her views are unacceptable. I'd vote to kick her out of the conference. No one wants to be represented by her. You don't want members who want to have her face in their ads two years from now saying that they stood by her. So I think these loudmouths who are defending her are going to be a smaller number of people than you think."

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