Green New Deal Crashes

Thursday, March 28, 2019

The vote on the ultra-liberal “Green New Deal” failed miserably in the Senate yesterday when not even a single Democrat had the courage to vote in favor of it.

Forty-three Democrats voted “present” arguing that the bill sponsored by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) never got a hearing, a standard they rarely hold when voting on other liberal priorities.

But the Democrats weren’t the only ones in the Senate lacking courage yesterday.

After the Justice Department announced its approval of a federal court ruling that would eliminate Obamacare, some Republicans criticized President Trump’s renewed fight for health care freedom.

“I thought it was bad enough when last year they wouldn’t defend parts of the law,” Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) said. “This goes far beyond that and I think was a huge mistake.”

It’s not a mistake. Obamacare has done serious damage to our health care system and it’s time for all Republicans to stand with President Trump and keep their promise to end it.


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