“Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods were heroes who gave their lives in service to our country. Their bravery and the courageous actions of so many others on the ground that night should be honored. When the Select Committee was formed, I promised to conduct this investigation in a manner worthy of the American people’s respect, and worthy of the memory of those who died. That is exactly what my colleagues and I have done. Now, I simply ask the American people to read this report for themselves, look at the evidence we have collected, and reach their own conclusions. You can read this report in less time than our fellow citizens were taking fire and fighting for their lives on the rooftops and in the streets of Benghazi.”
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Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) appeared on Fox News recently to discuss Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s insane proposal for how to deal with the slaughter of 49 homosexuals in Orlando. Her solution is to “love” each other and to be in “unity.” Lynch, who won’t utter the words “Islamic terrorist” apparently believes that Muslim killers just need midnight basketball programs, jobs programs or hug therapy.
GING-PAC has chosen to back Dr. John Fleming, who currently serves in the House. Fleming is an MD who served six years in the U.S. Navy as a Medical Officer and who currently serves on the House Armed Services Committee and the Natural Resources Committee. He is a member of the Congressional Prayer Caucus.
Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-TX) took on a horde of Democrat gun control wackos in Congress on Wednesday night. He tried to remind them that the man who killed 49 homosexuals in a “gay” bar in Orlando was a Muslim who had pledged his allegiance to the Islamic State. Gohmert and Hannity discussed the Democrat temper tantrum on the House floor.
President Obama lost his bid to kick-start his deportation amnesty Thursday after the Supreme Court deadlocked 4-4, keeping in place a lower court’s injunction, nixing the policy for the rest of Mr. Obama’s tenure and igniting political and legal debates that will carry on well beyond.
House Republicans believe that the Weldon Amendment, and all federal laws, must be enforced. HHS’s false interpretation and refusal to enforce federal law forces the House to explore all legislative options to protect the rights of health care providers in California and across our country who do not wish to participate in a practice that takes the lives of unborn children.
For far too long, Republican leadership has been content to play “nice” as Barack Obama has driven the country to the brink of moral, cultural and economic bankruptcy, flouted the law of the land and incited hatred and divisiveness. It has also fully cooperated with Obama’s agenda, providing all the borrowed money he would need to wreak havoc while increasing the debt more than all other presidents in history combined. Not only was Trump’s speech encouraging, it was 100 percent true. Everything he said needed to be said – about Hillary Clinton and Obama.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch told Florida’s LGBT community that the “most effective” weapon at America’s disposal against Islamic terrorism is “love.” Mrs. Lynch told reporters in Orlando on Tuesday that an ongoing investigation will determine the precise motive for 29-year-old Omar Mateen’s June 12 massacre at Pulse, a gay nightclub
The Republican majority of the U.S. House and Senate complains about President Obama bringing in tens of thousands of Middle Eastern Muslim refugees to America while at the same time voting to give him funds to do just that, when there is ample reason to believe the majority of them won’t assimilate.
U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., today voted in favor of two measures that would provide law enforcement with new tools to stop suspected terrorists from buying firearms and strengthen existing laws on background checks. Both proposals protect Americans’ constitutional right to due process and uphold the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. “Suspected terrorists should not have access to firearms – period.” Wicker said. “No one is arguing that point. Rather than using the recent terrorist attack in Orlando for political gain, the goal should be to give law enforcement the tools they need to monitor, investigate, and detain terrorists. I believe this can be achieved while protecting the constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens.”