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Biden Republicans' Tillis and Burr keep approving radical Biden cabinet

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Thom Tillis and Richard Burr seem out to prove that they are Biden Republicans, as they keep approving Biden's radical nominees to cabinet positions.  Today, Burr and Tillis voted  to confirm two more radicals to Biden's cabinet, Merrick Garland, who was caught on a side range of far left positions or ducking issues during his confirmation hearing,as Attorney General, and radical environmentalist Michael Regan, who supports the Green New Deal, as head of the EPA.
 
So far, Burr has voted to confirm 9 Biden radicals and Tillis 8.  One of the worst was radical Lloyd Austin as Defense Secretary.  During his confirmation hearing, Austin openly embraced purging the military of "extremists" but refused to define what he meant by that, something that is quite worrying given that many Democrats are now calling all Republicans "extremists"..  Yet Biden Republicans Burr and Tillis voted to confirm Austin.
 
Democrats fought President Trump's nominees tooth and nail.  Why do we have surrender monkeys like Tillis and Burr meekly going along with Biden's far left nominees?  They are utterly useless

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( March 11th, 2021 @ 10:31 am )
 
We need to replace Burr with a real Republican when he retires next year. Former Governor McCrory, who filled half his own cabinet with non-Republicans, does not qualify. Neither does RINO former Congressman Mark Walker who is endorsed by one of the worst RINOs in the swamp, Paul Ryan. The name that has a lot of appeal for this seat is North Carolina native Lara Trump.
( March 11th, 2021 @ 6:46 am )
 
Changing out RINO's is honorable work. Hold you nose and vote for Tillis is
not honorable.



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