12 Republicans Who Don’t Give A Damn About Security For US Citizens

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by Thinker

The House of Representatives voted in favor of legislation to re-open some government agencies including HUD and the Department of Transportation, but this legislation is not going to be signed by President Donald Trump. Mitch McConnell has made it clear that he will not introduce bills in the Senate that do not have a chance of becoming law through a presidential signature.

12 House Republicans voted to betray the president and, in effect, the American people who want a border Wall. Here are the traitors…

What do many of them have in common, besides being anti-Trump/American by their actions that say they “DON’T and have had years to vote to secure the borders. Time to look at the history of every politician and see if they are 50% or 100% supporting the American people!

Give them a tweet, email, call and ask them why they would vote for billions in aid to secure other nations, and not the one they serve in!


Peter Thomas King

King was formerly Chair of the House Committee on Homeland Security, where he drew attention in early 2011 for holding hearings on the extent of radicalization of American Muslims. He stepped down as Homeland Security Chairman because of Republican conference term limits, but remains a member of the Committee. King currently sits on the Financial Services Committee and House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

Adam Daniel Kinzinger

How many times do you redistrict (change the lines) to win and election?

Kinzinger, was first elected to Congress in 2010, winning election to represent Illinois’s 11th congressional district. After redistricting, he was re-elected to Congress in 2012, 2014, 2016, and 2018 to represent Illinois’s 16th congressional district.

John Michael Katko

American attorney and politician, New York’s 24th district in the United States House of Representatives since 2015. Katko was an Assistant United States Attorney who served as chief of the organized crime division at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Syracuse, where he helped to prosecute gang members under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.

Will Hurd

U.S. Representative for Michigan’s 6th congressional district, serving since 1987. Former Chairman of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, he has played a major role in shaping post-Obamacare health-care legislation.

U.S. representative for Texas’s 23rd congressional district, which stretches 800 miles from San Antonio to El Paso, along the U.S.-Mexican border. Only candidate ever to have been endorsed by CIA Director Robert Gates. In July 2018, it was reported that the race for Hurd’s seat was in line to become “the most expensive congressional race in the state’s history.”

The race was the closest House race in Texas. The Associated Press initially called it for Hurd on election night, but an additional batch of votes temporarily gave Ortiz-Jones a small lead, which Hurd then regained. After all provisional and overseas ballots were counted, Hurd was officially declared the winner on November 19. (Vote count accurate?)

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Jaime Herrera Beutler

She is one of two Republicans to represent a district on the Pacific Coast. Herrera Beutler was elected as Assistant Floor Leader, the youngest member of her party’s leadership in the State House. In March 2011, Herrera Beutler introduced her first bill as a member of Congress. The “Savings Start With Us” Act would reduce the salaries of Members of Congress, the President and the Vice President of the United States by 10%.

Elise Stefanik of New York

Stefanik, is the youngest member of the House, graduating from the Albany Academy for Girls, she entered Harvard University, graduating in 2006 with a B.A. in government. She worked in the office of the White House Chief of Staff for Joshua Bolten, Bush’s second deputy chief of staff. She has worked as communications director for the Foreign Policy Initiative. Stefanik is a member of the Republican Main Street Partnership and the Climate Solutions Caucus.

Steve Stivers of Ohio

U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 15th congressional district since 2011. He is a Brigadier General in the Ohio Army National Guard and served active duty in Iraq as Battalion Commander until December 2005. Stivers served in Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, and Djibouti as Battalion Commander until December 2005. Stivers supports all energy options, including green, nuclear, and clean coal and supports tax benefits for renewable energy usage. Stivers opposed President Donald Trump’s 2017 executive order to impose a temporary ban on entry to the U.S. to citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries.

Fred Upton of Michigan

U.S. Representative for Michigan’s 6th congressional district, serving since 1987. Former Chairman of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, he has played a major role in shaping post-Obamacare health-care legislation. Another politician who won after redistricting, the cheaters way to win…Democrats?

Greg Walden of Oregon

U.S. Representative for Oregon’s 2nd congressional district, first elected to that office in 1998. The 2nd district covers more than two-thirds of the state (generally, east of the Cascades). He is the son of three-term Oregon state representative Paul E. Walden. Before being elected to Congress, Walden owned and ran radio stations.

On June 27, 2018, on the floor of the House of Representatives, Walden pleaded for a pardon for Dwight and Steven Hammond, who repeatedly committed arsons and threatened federal refuge workers, over an 18-year period, saying that the original trial’s federal Judge Michael Robert Hogan said that the mandatory sentence would, “…shock the conscious (sic).” On July 10, Trump pardoned both men, commuting their sentences to time served. Stephen had been scheduled to be released on June 29, 2019 and Dwight on February 13, 2020.

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Chris Smith of New Jersey

20th term as the U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 4th congressional district, having served since 1981. confirmed twice to serve as a member of the United States delegation to the United Nations General Assembly. He was nominated by President Barack Obama in 2015 for the 70th session and nominated again by President Donald Trump in 2017 for the 72nd session. (IMMIGRANTS 1ST???) Smith has built his political career as a champion of human rights, sponsoring numerous pieces of human rights and anti-human trafficking legislation and leading human rights missions to other countries.

Brian Fitzpatrick

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, serving as the representative for Pennsylvania’s 1st congressional district. A former FBI agent, he was elected in 2016 to Pennsylvania’s 8th congressional district and took office on January 3, 2017. re-elected on November 6, 2018, to the newly redistricted 1st District. He was embedded with U.S. Special Forces as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Member of the bipartisan congressional Climate Solutions Caucus and has crafted legislation to implement a carbon tax in the U.S.

Fitzpatrick opposed President Donald Trump’s 2017 executive order to impose a temporary ban on entry to the U.S. to citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries. 2018 debate, Fitzpatrick said that Russia held “by and large, sinister motives”. He said that President Trump had been “manipulated” by Russian leader Vladimir Putin at the Helsinki Summit. Fitzpatrick said he was “frankly sickened by the exchange” between Trump and Putin. Fitzpatrick said that President Trump should stop attacking the FBI and allow Robert Mueller to complete his investigation, stating it was improper to “judge an institution based on the actions of a few bad actors.”

Fitzpatrick, is the only Republican to receive an endorsement from the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, the gun control organization founded by former U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords.

Rodney Davis of Illinois

United States Representative for Illinois’s 13th congressional district since 2013. A Republican, Davis successfully ran for re-election in 2014, 2016, and 2018. Member of the Republican Main Street Partnership, the Veterinary Medicine Caucus and the Climate Solutions Caucus. Davis said in a June 2018 interview that “we’ve got to stop this politicizing everything like dinner.” He added that “Donald Trump was elected, in my opinion, because of this move toward making everything politically correct in this country.”

Terrorists in the military???

June 2016, Davis cast the deciding vote on a bill to retain the ability of undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children to join the U.S. military. The program would allow a quicker pathway to citizenship for those who serve.



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