It’s the partisanship game. That is a key factor as to why I changed my voting strategy this year. I believe with the way things are now, it is imperative that at least one branch of congress be controlled by the opposition party of the executive branch. Thus, going forward, I will be looking at who is likely to be elected president to determine who will receive my vote in Congress. If it looks like we’re going to have a republican president, I’ll vote for democratic members of congress. If it looks like we’ll have a democratic president, I’ll vote for republican members of congress.
That’s one reason I really hope that the democrats take over the House. It would at least possibly be a chance for the Republican party to wake up and start cleaning house. Ironically, it would also help Trump get some of his more liberal policies (i.e. - healthcare for everyone) passed.
I don’t think you’ll find them speaking out at all, when they are all in on the dangerous rhetoric.
(JTA) — House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy accused George Soros, Tom Steyer and Michael Bloomberg of trying to “buy” the upcoming elections for Democrats.
The Republican congressman from California tweeted a video of himself making the comments on Tuesday and temporarily pinned it to the top of his feed before deleting the Twitter post entirely.
All three men McCarthy mentioned are billionaires who donate heavily to liberal causes. Many Twitter users objected that McCarthy’s tweet attacking Soros appeared a day after an explosive device was found at Soros’ suburban New York home.”