“Are you worried, though?” Cavuto asked Good on Thursday in a video shared online by Mediaite.
“No offense to you, congressman, but you guys are looking kind of like ‘Keystone Cops’ here,” he added. “You can’t get this done and it doesn’t bode well for Americans, in their opinion, of you running the House because you can’t seem to run it.”
Good, who backs Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) for the position, argued the same was said following McCarthy’s protracted 15-vote battle to become the speaker in January, and that soon after “nobody cared” how long it had taken.
Cavuto bluntly reminded the Donald Trump-devoted lawmaker exactly how McCarthy’s speakership imploded because of the single motion-vacating deal he cut to obtain power in the first place.
Good has called the COVID-19 pandemic “phony” and voted to overturn the 2020 election result. In 2021, Good claimed that “nearly everything that plagues our society can be attributed to a failure to follow God’s laws for morality and his rules for and definition of marriage and family.”