During an appearance this morning on CNN, Rep. Ruben Gallego *unconvincingly* told Poppy Harlow that Democrats don’t support open borders: Rep. Gallego: “No candidate (Democrat) that is running right now actually wants open borders.” Poppy Harlow: “We are out of time, but I would note that’s what a lot of people took away from all ...Read More
Over the weekend, Axios featured a poll being circulated by top Democrats showing their party is being defined by their most radical House members: 74% of swing voters recognized Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, with a dismal 22% holding a favorable view of her. 53% recognized Rep. Ilhan Omar, with only 9% viewing her favorably (the poll ...Read More
The last few weeks have been an unmitigated disaster for House Democrats – and they’re apparently still working through the first stage of grief. When asked about the feeling among House Democrats, Conference Chair Hakeem Jeffries told reporters this morning “It’s all puppies and rainbows.” Here’s a glimpse of what’s actually going on: The New ...Read More
All: As Congress reconvenes this week, Speaker Pelosi is coming off her latest major defeat with even more hurdles in her way: RACHAEL BADE: “Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who has sort of always been known for her grip on her caucus in the House, is sort of seeing cracks in her armor right now and faces ...Read More
House Democrats are in complete disarray as Speaker Pelosi – who has referred to herself as a “Master Legislator” – is facing an uprising from her caucus for refusing to bring the Senate’s overwhelmingly bipartisan border aid bill to the floor: Remember: This is the world in which Speaker Pelosi now lives. In being forced ...Read More
House Democrats have been careful to avoid revealing their real immigration agenda since claiming the majority. But this morning, that all changed when Speaker Pelosi spoke candidly about her support for open borders. Pelosi: “In terms of interior enforcement, what is the point?” Her comments, which were made during a “Speaker in the House” event ...Read More
Like clockwork, House Democratic leadership is circling the wagons around Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after she accused the United States of operating “concentration camps” at the border, clearly referring to those used to exterminate millions of Jews in World War II. After Ocasio-Cortez’s comments sparked widespread, bipartisan outrage, Speaker Nancy Pelosi is refusing to condemn her. ...
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Today in the Budget Committee, Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats will hold a hearing that’s been billed as a discussion of “Poverty in America.” In reality, they’re simply providing a platform for liberal activists to promote their far-left agenda. Here’s some of the rhetoric you can expect from the witnesses: William J. Barber II called ...Read More
Virtually everyone in America recognizes that there’s a humanitarian crisis at the border, with one notable exception: Democrats in Congress. The New York Times Editorial Board has urged Congress to act twice, Obama DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson said the immigration system was “overwhelmed,” and Border Patrol agents are on track to apprehend over a million ...Read More
Washington, D.C. – House GOP Conference Chair and Congresswoman Liz Cheney (WY-AL) issued the following statement after Rep. Susan Brooks (IN-05) announced this morning that she would be retiring following the completion of her current term: “Susan Brooks is an inspiration to all of us, and she has accomplished so much in her career that has made things ...
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