According to a poll recorded in 2016, a stunning 67% of Republican voters thought mass immigration was a critical threat, but only 16% of GOP leaders agreed that it was a serious problem. Politicians serve their donors instead of their constituents, which has led to bad US immigration policies and open borders.
US Senator Rand Paul says that no one read the $1.3 billion 2,232 page omnibus bill that was passed last Friday. He says that when Republicans are in the minority, they are the conservative party, but when they are in the majority, they drop conservatism. He describes an ‘unholy alliance’ between both parties: Republicans want unlimited spending on the military, and Democrats allow it in exchange for unlimited domestic spending.
Youtube is protecting the violent left by removing a video of Antifa yelling threats: “The revolution has come, it’s time to pick up a gun,” and “You want a red pill, how about a lead pill.” The far left is now making open calls for violence and murder, and mainstream media refuses to report on it. Why? It’s obvious. Mainstream media and and far left are one and the same.]
US Congress: A two-year $300-billion spending bill was passed with support from Republicans and Democrats alike. It was a classic pork-barrel bill in which influential politicians and corporate lobbyists received funding for their favorite projects – without opposition or discussion. The bill was 652 pages long and passed eighteen-hours after submission. Obviously, no one read the entire bill – only those portions that generated funding for their own purposes. [How much longer can America survive this legalized plunder?]
Republicans in the House and the Senate voted nearly unanimously to pass a bill that will allow ISP providers such as Comcast, AT&T, Time Warner, and Verizon to sell your browsing history and other personal data that may include your Social Security number, passwords, and health information. You can protect your privacy by subscribing to a virtual private network (VPN).
US Representative, Mo Brooks, wrote a one-sentence bill to fully repeal Obamacare. It states: “Effective as of Dec. 31, 2017, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are restored or revived as if such Act had not been enacted.” He says this will expose RINO Republicans who say they want to repeal Obamacare at election time but secretly are committed to keeping it.