The Republicans in the House of Representatives have been quite dysfunctional since taking power. Kevin McCarthy was the initial Speaker of the House, but he was ousted by the same people who put him there.
After McCarthy was ousted, the GOP Reps. had a terrible time deciding who should replace him. They eventually setted on Mike Johnson, a relatively unknown congressman from Louisiana. And it hasn't taken long for Johnson to start running into the same kind of problems that doomed his predecessor.
Marjorie Taylor Greene, the real face of the GOP, went off on Johnson in a weekend interview. She told The Hill, "He went from having a voting record to literally a month later … going against his own voting record and being Speaker of the House. Literally all of a sudden talking about doing things that he had literally voted against only a month before that. And, you know, that was unacceptable to me, and it still is."
She continued, "That was the whole reason why Kevin McCarthy got ousted, was working with Democrats and passing a clean CR. And you know, for me I was like, ‘what a hypocrisy.'"
It doesn't seem like Johnson is all that bothered by Greene. A Johnson spokesperson responded, "speaker Johnson takes into consideration the input of each and every one of the members across the Conference."