Democrat Representative Return To Programed Form Following The Speaker Vote

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This Democrat Representative emphasized her political stance on the latest Speaker House vote, and shocker she has nothing constructive to add to the conversation except for the typical democrat rhetoric we’ve all heard before. Do they not realize they’re starting to sound like broken records?

Once the speaker’s votes came to a close. Democrats like Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA) squeezed back into their usual schtick, following orders from their leadership as if it was just another day back in 2020. Calling Republicans debating an insurrection at the Capitol, a topic which had been overlooked by many are too familiar with this tactic. It’s like an animal liking its wounds after a defeat. Typical.

Red State reports, On Sunday, Democrats returned to their regularly scheduled programming after the fight over who would become Speaker of the House. They have returned to calling everything they don’t like an insurrection.

Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA) and MSNBC host Jonathan Capehart say the fact that Republicans didn’t immediately vote for Kevin McCarthy represents a continuation of January 6th.

Here were the two clowns hard at work.

You might have seen a meme of a children’s book with a picture of Hitler, titled “Everyone I Don’t Like Is Hitler, a Child’s Guide to Online Political Discourse” if you spend a lot of time online. Since Democrats have been comparing their political opponents to the deceased Nazi leader, the meme has gained popularity over the last decade.

Similarly, everything has become an insurrection on the left. It is an insurrection to have dogs. It’s an insurrection just talking about this article. In addition, it appears that the House operating democratically has become an insurrection as well.

Let’s talk about the latest crime committed by House Republicans just last night.

The New York Post reported late last night, the Republican House majority rescinded $72 billion in expenditures on 87,000 new IRS agents in one of its first legislative moves.

The House passed House Resolution 23, or the Family and Small Business Taxpayer Protection Act, with a vote of 221-210.

McCarthy announced early Saturday that fundinging for new IRS agents provided by the Inflation Reduction Act of last year would be one of the first bills the new Congress takes up. 

The last two years have been difficult for Republicans, watching with dread as the Democrats made damaging decisions that unraveled the progress of our country. But now finally they get their chance to put things back on track and restore order. Although might want to find another that’s not insurrection because they’ll wear it out once we are done with them. It’s time some changes be made, and with new leadership in the house, we foresee a lot of great changes to the country for the American people. There are going to be a whole lot of debates in the House and democrats aren’t prepared for what’s to come.

Let’s continue this conversation, in the comments below.

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