Happy Monday where the fur is flying in Washington!
J. Christian Adams explains the attempted "flynning" of Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the midst of escalating evidence of a deep state coup and controversial spying on Donald Trump before the election by the Obama administration.
While all this is happening though, the Congress is showing fear, weakness and a snail's pace when it comes to enacting the Trump mandate, especially on the repeal of Obamacare -- the single most unifying Republican promise since 2010.
Remember, just as full Obamacare repeal, as voted on in the House and the Senate, was sent to President Barack Obama in 2015 under the procedure called "reconciliation," it can be done right now. Although new technical arguments are being made, the Congress altered both regulations and taxes in Obamacare within the 2015 reconciliation, and somehow it magically passed the Senate. Despite Washington speak, they can do it again. Fear, division and new spin have cropped up because Republican leaders fear the media spin that some will suffer with Obamacare's repeal.
My newest video interview is with Republican North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows, the courageous, new leader of the House Freedom Caucus. Republican leadership will likely punish him for telling us:
Last week: Bill Whittle's popular interview for how to pierce the liberal mind is available here.
Next week: Kimberly Corban, a popular campus speaker, rape survivor, and concealed carry advocate. I dare you to read this and not want to tune in next weekend for her interview with me about her rape and her reaction.
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P.S. If you want to use Twitter to press the 115th Congress to enact Trump's agenda, consider using the hashtag #CongressStayOnDuty with a meme created by Charlie Kirk at TurningPointUSA.
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