Republicans have adopted a program–spread fear: fear of want, fear of government, fear of each other.
We cannot allow Soros, Steyer, and Bloomberg to BUY this election!–Kevin McCarthy, anti-semitic tweet
Zuckerbucks are already returning in various forms under different names around the country. I will never allow Big Tech to privately fund our elections!–Rep. Tenney
Governor Kathy Hochuls budget proposal steals federal dollars from county governments and will threaten their ability to provide services for our vulnerable neighbors.–Rep. Molinaro
Americans should be able to keep more of their hard-earned money, not be an endless well for politicians’ spending sprees.–Rep. Langworthy
Democrats in Minnesota introduced a bill instituting automatic voter registration. AVREG leads to ineligible voters being placed on rolls. Since many states refuse to regularly maintain their voter rolls, this is a recipe for disaster.–Rep. Tenney
That program is full of contradictions:
Rep. Tenney voted against the infrastructure bill, but celebrates money appropriated for her district.
All of the above energy but not wind energy. (Rep. Langworthy)
Oil derricks but no wind turbines. (Rep. Langworthy)
Little spending, but as much as possible here. (Rep. Langworthy)
Private funding of elections is already happening, yet CT will “never allow” it.
Republicans falsely label Rep. Omar anti-semitic but mention no Republicans.
Having no positive program, certainly not one they agree on, Republicans go low, spreading fear and misinformation. We should hold them accountable for this.
Big sigh. Forty-seven more months of the Ku Klown Kongress.