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RINO Congressman Greg Murphy votes for cancel culture

RINO Congressman Greg Murphy votes for cancel culture
 
While a majority of Congressional Republicans voted against Pelosi's cancel culture bill to remove monuments of any southerner connected to the Confederate States and even some who were not from the US Capitol, 3rd District RINO Congressman Greg Murphy was part of the liberal GOP minority which sided with Pelosi and voted to cancel our southern heritage.  It was despicable bigotry against the South and Greg Murphy was right there with Pelosi doing it..  This anti-statue orgy is pulled straight from Mao Tse Tung's "Cultural Revolution".
 
Conservative US Senate candidate Congressman Ted Budd was among those Republicans standing firm for our heritage and voting against Pelosi's cancel culture bill.  One of his opponents, former Congressman Mark Walker voted for Pelosi and cancel culture on a similar bill last session that failed in the Senate.
 
Republican NC Congressmen Cawthorn, Bishop, Rouzer, and McHenry joined Budd in voting against this bill.
 
 
This is Murphy's third major vote for cancel culture against the South.  He voted for the identical bill in the last session, and for another bill that will strip General Braxton Bragg's name from Fort Bragg.  What is Murphy's beef with the South, its history,and its heritage?
 

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( July 1st, 2021 @ 10:45 am )
 
There is not a dime's worth of difference between Greg Murphy and BLM / ANTIFA when it comes to our historic monuments. They are all a part of the War on History, whether their target is Silent Sam or the monuments in the US Capitol. It is time for a change in our Congressional representation.
( July 1st, 2021 @ 10:27 am )
 
You remember Trump's Fable of the Snake. Our problem was we did not have enough money to get the capable candidates elected.
( July 1st, 2021 @ 7:57 am )
 
In the state legislature, he was known as "Medicaid Murphy". In Congress, maybe we should call him "BLM Murphy". Murphy is a foot soldier in the same marxist war on history that BLM is engaged in.



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