This Friday, federal workers will miss a second paycheck due to Democrats’ continued refusal to negotiate an end to the government shutdown. This is not what House Republicans want. Time and again, we’ve attempted to negotiate a deal that secures the border, addresses the humanitarian crisis, and provide federal workers with the paychecks they have ...Read More
If it wasn’t already abundantly clear, the House Democratic caucus has been taken over by radicals: On Monday, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez stated that the United States should pay reparations “for the damage done by the New Deal.” She went on to compare America to Nazi Germany, noting reparations had been paid after the Holocaust and that “until America ...Read More
Democrats spent the weekend doing the same thing they’ve done for the past 32 days: refusing to compromise due to their obsession with telling the president no. President Trump’s latest offer to secure the border and end the shutdown included relief for 700,000 DACA recipients – something top House Democrats have fallen over themselves to ...Read More
Nearly 30 days into the government shutdown, Republicans tried yet again to bring Democrats to the table to negotiate a bipartisan deal that secures the border and addresses the humanitarian and national security crisis… Dems’ reaction was predictable: Democrats, in their obsession to tell the president no, rejected it before they even heard the details. Among them: $805 ...Read More
House Democrats voted earlier against providing federal employees with the paycheck they earned through January 15th. Among them: 57,000 TSA agents responsible for screening hundreds of million of passengers each year. 42,000 U.S. Coast Guard members who work tirelessly to protect our country. Reminder: Today marks the 27th consecutive day that Democrats have refused to even participate in good-faith negotiations to secure the ...Read More
Washington, DC – Following the appointment of Representative Ilhan Omar (MN-05) to the House Foreign Affairs Committee, House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA-23), Republican Whip Steve Scalise (LA-01), and Conference Chair Liz Cheney (WY-AL) issued statements calling on House Democratic leadership to denounce her previous comments attacking Israel: Leader McCarthy: “Nancy Pelosi said in 2017 that Congress ...
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According to the Washington Post, House Democrats have proven yet again that they aren’t serious about securing the border: “A group of rank-and-file House Democrats invited to meet with President Trump at the White House Tuesday refused to attend, a snub of the president and the latest sign there’s no end in sight to the weeks-long ...Read More
After another week of refusing to negotiate to secure the border, Democrats just packed up their bags and headed home. Two things have been made clear over the past 21 days: The American people understand there is a humanitarian and national security crisis at the southern border – and they demand border security. Democrats are ...Read More
We heard the cheap slogans from House Democrats for years: “New leadership, a better deal, for the people.” Yeah, not so much… It started with public tussles between Democratic leadership and liberal insurgents over positions on key committees (and it’s currently not looking good for the newcomers). Then things devolved further: Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer made a joke out ...Read More
No two people better represent the Democrats’ lack of credibility on border security than Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. Here are the facts: In 2006, Senator Schumer and 79 other Senate Democrats voted in favor of a bill that authorized 700 miles of fencing on our southern border 64 House Democrats also crossed party lines and voted ...Read More
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