Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene made good on a pledge to file articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden, accusing him of bribery and abuse of power only one day after taking the oath of office.

Greene, a Republican from Georgia and self-professed follower of the QAnon group of conspiracy theorists, pledged last week to file impeachment charges against Biden once he took office.

"President Joe Biden is unfit to hold the office of the Presidency,” she said in a statement late Thursday. “His pattern of abuse of power as President Obama's Vice President is lengthy and disturbing.”

Most of her allegations relate to Biden’s son, Hunter, and his role at Ukrainian energy company Burisma. She said the younger Biden continued to serve at the energy company while it was under investigation by anti-corruption official Viktor Shokin.

She further claimed that Biden, while serving as vice president under former President Barack Obama, she claimed, threatened to withhold $1 billion in loans for Ukraine unless Shokin was fired, which he was.

Accusing the president of “blatant nepotism,” Greene went on to charge that Hunter Biden was colluding with the Chinese government.

“President Biden residing in the White House is a threat to national security and he must be immediately impeached,” she stated.

A GOP report from last year described Hunter Biden’s position at Burisma as “problematic,” though Democrats countered the Republican-led investigation with one of their own that uncovered no evidence of wrongdoing. It found that U.S. foreign policy on Ukraine was not altered by his role with the energy company.

On China, former President Donald Trump last year said Beijing should investigate Biden for allegedly taking government payoffs, a charge widely labeled as misleading.

With Democrats now in control of both chambers of Congress, it's unlikely that Greene's impeachment effort will gain any traction.

While it’s not immediately clear if the two are related, impeaching Biden was a popular thread on the social networking site Twitter shortly after his inauguration. One user who included #ImpeachBidenNow in their message claimed Biden was inciting invasion and rewarding illegal immigration. Another using the hashtag suggested that, under Biden, American sovereignty and integrity was in danger.

Not all of the reactions were supportive, however. Replying to a brief video statement on impeachment from Greene’s account, most users either wondered why she was in office or otherwise suggested she was damaging her own reputation.

A 46-year-old former CrossFit gym owner, the freshman Rep. Greene won her seat in Georgia’s 14th district, one of the biggest Republican strongholds in the state, largely unchallenged. She’s an adherent to the far-right QAnon conspiracy, which brands Trump as a savior of sorts for allegedly waging a secret war against a global liberal cult of Satan-worshipping pedophiles.

The QAnon community was shaken, however, when the promise of a military coup to thwart the Biden inauguration never materialized.

Greene was among the handful of Republicans who voted last week against certifying the Electoral College results that confirmed Biden as the 46th president, a vote that came after supporters of Trump stormed the Capitol building. That incident led the House of Representatives to impeach Trump for inciting insurrection just days before he left office.

Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene's Twitter account was suspended after she repeated allegations of fraud in the US presidential election Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene's Twitter account was suspended after she repeated allegations of fraud in the presidential election. Photo: POOL / ERIN SCOTT