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( January 29th, 2021 @ 8:48 pm )
 
Tillis and Burr are good examples of why the GOP has failed America. They hobnob with the beltway elite and ignore the voters back home. Both have voting records in the moderate liberal range, closer to Bernie Sanders than Ted Cruz. We need to send a real Republican to replace Burr in 2022, and Lara Trump is a very encouraging possibility. Tillis will have to wait until 2026, but then he needs to go, too.



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