Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is not for the idea of removing House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA). Amid disagreement on the spending deal Johnson and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) came to over the weekend, Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) suggested on Monday that ousting Johnson is an option for House GOP members if he goes forward with the budget negotiation.

However, Greene, totally against the spending deal too, criticized the idea of Johnson’s removal over the spending deal. Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, she said that one of her “biggest” complaints since she joined Congress has been about what she called a “lack of communication” between members of the Republican Party.

She went on to say that Roy “haphazardly throwing in a motion” to have Johnson removed is “probably about the dumbest thing that could happen.”

According to her, the last attempt to oust a speaker in the House “has thrown our conference into utter chaos.”

She went further to list the negative scores that have come out of the GOP conference since former Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s (R-CA) removal in October. In addition to the party’s position shrinking in size, given some resignations, illnesses and the expulsion of Rep. George Santos (R-NY), she pointed out that the House has not passed any appropriation bills since October.

The Georgia lawmaker further said that she was “sick of the chaos” and that “clickbait” is not what she is in Congress for.

On Monday night, during an interview on CNN, Roy was not totally against the idea of removing Johnson from the Speakership over the top-line spending deal, even though he said it was not an option he preferred.

After expressing dissatisfaction over the spending deal, he was asked if a move to take the Speaker’s gavel from Johnson was in play. The lawmaker did not confirm the question but he did not rule it out either.

Instead, he said that is not the road that he prefers, just as he did not prefer going down that road with McCarthy.

He went on to call for a united solution to the issue, saying, “we’ll see what happens this week.”