With friends like Kevin McCarthy and the GOP elites, who needs enemies?
GOP Minority leader Kevin McCarthy told House members last week that President Trump “bears responsibility” for the Capitol riots on January 6th.
McCarthy should be asked to explain his words.
After President Trump asked for a “peaceful” march to the US Capitol, how does that make him culpable for the ensuing riots that started before he was even finished with his speech?
The Democrats just stole a landslide victory from President Trump and America. They are quickly moving to silence all of their opposition online and in the public sphere.
But the leaders of the GOP think it is best to attack President Trump?
On Thursday Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy flew to Mar-a-Lago to meet with President Trump. It’s not clear what the two men talked about but they put out a joint statement after their visit. President Trump promised to help Republicans in the 2022 elections.
McCarthy released his own statement confirming Trump’s account of the meeting, showing he’s in lock-step with the former President.
McCarthy released a statement confirming Trump’s account of the meeting, showing he’s in lock-step with the former President:
House Republicans and the Trump administration achieved historic results for all Americans. We were able to do this because we listened to and understood the concerns of our fellow citizens that had long been ignored. As a result, House Republicans defied the experts and the media by expanding our growing coalition across the country.
“Today, President Trump committed to helping elect Republicans in the House and Senate in 2022. A Republican majority will listen to our fellow Americans and solve the challenges facing our nation. Democrats, on the other hand, have only put forward an agenda that divides us — such as impeaching a President who is now a private citizen and destroying blue-collar energy jobs. For the sake of our country, the radical Democrat agenda must be stopped.
“A united conservative movement will strengthen the bonds of our citizens and uphold the freedoms our country was founded on.”