Speaker Paul Ryan has frustrated conservatives since the first day on the job.

He’s betrayed his own party and worked for the globalist agenda.

Now he just held one meeting that told him his career was on the line.

The House Freedom Caucus is a group of about 40 of the most hard-lined conservatives in Congress.

It was their efforts that deposed former Speaker John Boehner.

And they are itching to take action against Ryan.

Freedom Caucus members recently met with former Trump Chief Strategist Steve Bannon to discuss the upcoming legislative schedule as well as plans to take on GOP leadership for not pushing conservative ideals.

They met with Ryan to air their grievances and also let it be known that they could push for a change in leadership if Ryan doesn’t start fighting for conservative policies.

The Washington Post reports:

“Leaders of the Freedom Caucus met with House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) on Wednesday to candidly express their frustrations with his leadership and his handling of the Republican legislative agenda, according to two people familiar with the discussion.

The exchange comes as former White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon is having conversations with hard-line GOP lawmakers about how they should exert greater influence in the fall’s political fights and pressure congressional Republican leaders.

Ryan heard out three members of the influential conservative group: Reps. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), and Scott Perry (R-Pa.), the people said. Meadows is the chairman of the Freedom Caucus, which counts about three dozen members, and he has been a friend and ally of Bannon for years.

While the trio personally like Ryan, who remains popular throughout the House, one of the people familiar with the discussion said the three members were “frank” about their mounting concerns and warned Ryan that they and others in the House Republican conference could desert him in the coming months if the leadership fails to enact conservative policies.”

With unified control of government, the GOP Congress has failed to send any conservative legislation to President Trump’s desk.

They failed to repeal Obamacare.

Tax cuts are stalled.

And Congress refuses to make any progress on building the wall.

President Trump has notched victories with executive action such as pulling out of the Paris global warming agreement, ending Obama’s transgender troops policy, and rescinding the DACA amnesty program.

But Congress has refused to do their part.

And now it may cost Paul Ryan his job.