North Carolina Congressman Walter Jones is standing with Mark Meadows in his effort to oust Boehner, telling CNN that Boehner uses intimidation and coercion to get members to vote his way on legislation. Jones says men and women aren’t voted to Congress to be puppets of the Speaker of the House:
No one should be intimidated for voting your conscience. If you are here to vote for the will of the Speaker and not the will of the people, you don’t need to be here.
Boom! That is exactly right.
Walter Jones doesn’t pull any punches in this interview and should be applauded for standing with Meadows through this: