Republican Congressman Bob Good of Virginia’s 5th District is doubling down on his opposition to electing House Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy as Speaker for the next Congress.

During a segment of the John Fredricks show which aired on November 16th, Good told the host that the dozen or so no votes to McCarthy’s bid for speaker “will do what needs to be done on the House Floor to ensure that we get an improvement in the Speaker situation.”

Notably, the segment in question was tweeted out by a member of Democrat Congressman Don Beyer’s staff today.

The number of Republican members who are pledging to oppose McCarthy becoming Speaker appears to be growing.

The Daily Caller reported last week that there were “at least 7 members” in the Republican Caucus who were questioning McCarthy’s abilities to lead the caucus.

Good said in a Fox News interview earlier this month that McCarthy had the “exclusive opportunity to earn 218 votes for Speaker” which he “doesn’t have.”