Congressman Sean Duffy (R-WI) has announced his resignation.
Sean Duffy is married to the lovely Rachel, and together, they have eight children with another due to arrive in late October.
Sean Duffy, a conservative congressman from one of Trump’s must-win states in 2020, has been a steadfast supporter of the president.
Last month, Duffy posted this photo with Don Jr. on his Facebook page, where he announced he would be working hard to help secure another four years for President Trump, saying: The road to victory in 2020 starts in Wisconsin! Excited to be heading to my home state with Donald Trump Jr. — we’re ready to start working to secure another four years of leadership for Donald J. Trump!
As we’ve come to expect, the mainstream media has repeatedly targeted Congressman Duffy over daring to show his support for President Trump openly.
The far-left Yahoo News posted this video on their website, mocking Rep. Duffy for supporting the President of the United States, during an interview with MSNBC’s virulently anti-Trump Chris Hayes.
On his Facebook page, Congressman Duffy posted a heartbreaking message to explain his decision to leave Congress at the end of September. In his message, he explains that he’s leaving to help with a baby he and his wife are expecting in late October. Duffy explains that the baby will have health complications, including a heart issue, only serves to confirm his strong character.
Next to marrying Rachel, representing you – the people and families of Wisconsin’s 7th District – in Congress has been the highest honor of my life. Together, we have engaged in the most important battles of our time: protecting freedom of speech and religious liberty, taking care of our veterans, defending the unborn, and saving American jobs and American capitalism.
After eight and a half years, the time has come for me to focus more on the reason we fight these battles – family.
As you all know, raising a family is hard work. It’s especially true for one as large and busy as mine. Being away from home in Washington four days a week is challenging and for that reason, I have always been open to signs from God when it comes to balancing my desire to serve both my family and my country.
Recently, we’ve learned that our baby, due in late October, will need even more love, time, and attention due to complications, including a heart condition. With much prayer, I have decided that this is the right time for me to take a break from public service in order to be the support my wife, baby and family need right now. It is not an easy decision – because I truly love being your Congressman – but it is the right decision for my family, which is my first love and responsibility.
On September 23, I will step down and allow others to step forward to begin laying out their own vision and plans for leading this beautiful district and the most honest, hard-working, family-oriented, patriotic, and God-fearing constituents in America.
I will be forever grateful for and humbled by the faith and sacred trust you have put in me all these years. I am especially grateful for the prayers said on behalf of our family. We hope they keep coming! I will miss being your Congressman, but I am also looking forward to having more time with my family, being home for more birthdays and hockey games, and having time to enjoy and care for our new baby girl, who is already so loved by our family.
A special thank you to my chief of staff, Pete Meachum, my district director, Jesse Garza, and the rest of my loyal and competent district & DC staff. They are the reason you have enjoyed the best and most attentive customer service this district has ever had to resolve your federal issues and problems. I am so proud of what they do and have full confidence they will continue to seamlessly provide these valuable services during the coming transition.
Next to marrying Rachel, representing you – the people and families of Wisconsin’s 7th District – in Congress has been…
Please pray for Congressman Duffy and his family, as it sounds like they are getting ready to deal with a very sick new baby.