Marjorie Taylor Greene says Kevin McCarthy 'doesn't have the votes' or full support from the House GOP to be speaker

If the GOP takes a congressional majority in 2022, Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said that Kevin McCarthy doesn't have the full support of House Republicans to become speaker.
Kevin McCarthy has a problem in our conference. He doesn't have the full support to be speaker, according to Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz's "Firebrand" podcast that aired on Thursday.

"He doesn't have the votes that are there, because there's many of us that are very unhappy about the failure to hold Republicans accountable, while conservatives like me, Paul Gosar, and many others just constantly take the abuse by the Democrats."
Gaetz asked if she respected the current Republican leadership.

I can't respect leadership that doesn't hold people accountable, yet allows people like me, Paul Gosar, to be abused and thrown under the bus at the first chance. "I'm really sick of it."
In a statement to Newsweek, Nick Dyer said that by "abuse," he was referring to when members of Congress voted to strip her of her committee assignments. 11 House Republicans crossed party lines to vote to strip her of her seats on the Budget Committee and the Education and Labor Committee, accusing her of promoting conspiracy theories and endorsing political violence.
Gosar lost his seat on the House Oversight and Natural Resource committees after he was censured for showing a violent video of himself killing a Democrat.

Donald Trump has criticized McCarthy's leadership before. The Republicans could have stayed in power if McCarthy and McConnell had fought harder, according to Trump.

If the GOP wins the House in 2022, McCarthy promised to put Gosar and Greene back on committees.