Freedom Caucus faces ‘concerns’ for future after dropping two members

Members of the House Freedom Caucus are facing internal concerns about its future after the ouster of Rep. Warren Davidson (R-OH) that has prompted at least one member to reconsider membership. 

Several members said they disagreed with Davidson’s removal, arguing the group should not make a practice of ejecting its members. At least four members have been removed from the group since last March, including Davidson, former Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO), and Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Randy Weber (R-TX).

“That was a big mistake,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), who served as the group’s first chairman after the caucus was founded in 2015, said of Monday night’s vote. 

When asked about whether the Freedom Caucus is straying from its original mission, the Ohio Republican told the Washington Examiner: “I have concerns.” 

The group voted to oust Davidson from its ranks during a closed-door
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