Rep. Cawthorn says Republicans are united and “we are here to go against this radical state of liberalism that has taken root in our country”

Speaking to the Washington Examiner Monday about Rep. Liz Cheney being censured by Republicans in Wyoming and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene losing her committee posts by House vote, Rep. Madison Cawthorn insisted “our party has never been more united.”

Cawthorn explained despite their differences, Republicans are united against the movement of “radical socialism.”

“I made a statement that I think surprised a lot of my fellow colleagues. I said, ‘What just happened in that room tells me that the Republican Party has never been more united.’ Because we had the back of Liz Cheney, and we had the back of Marjorie Greene,” Cawthorn said.

“That is because, no matter the faults of either of those women, we are here to fight against something that is so evil, and both of them are fighters, and we are here to go against this radical state of liberalism that has taken root in our country,” he added.

GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy tweeted Friday “Meet @repcawthorn. He loves country music and working out. Madison is an avid cooker, and he’s also a motivational speaker with an inspiring story of his own.”