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32 RINOs or Biden "Republicans" were the key to passing Biden's fake "infrastructure" bill which is light on real infrastructure but is a witch's brew of leftwing policies.  19 of those Biden Republicans were in the Senate and 13 in the House.  There are already calls for defeat of these traitors.

None of the Biden Republicans in the House were from North Carolina.  The pro-Biden scoundrels were: Katko, Bacon, Van Drew, Upton, Kinzinger, D. Young, Reed, C. Smith, Garbarino, Fitzpatrick, Gonzalez, and McKinley.  Kinzinger and Gonzalez were facing primary defeat by Trump endorsed opponents and were retiring as a result.  McKinley is double bunked by redistricting with a more conservative WV incumbent Republican congressman.  Some of the others already have primary opponents.  Katko is close to House Republican leader McCarthy, which suggests that McCarthy did not do what he should have done to prevent these defections.

It is even worse in the Senate where 19 Biden Republicans defected including wishy-washy Senate GOP leader McConnell himself.  Both of North Carolinas senators, Thom Tillis and Richard Burr were among the defectors.  The others were: Sullivan, Capito Crapo, Blount, Fischer, Graham, Portman, Murkowski, RIsch, Grassley, Dassidy, Cramer, Wicker, Hoeven, Collins, and Romney.  Real Republicans need A LOT of changes in the US Senate, including in the GOP "leadership".





In North Carolina, Tillis himself is not up for election again until 2026 and Burr is retiring,  but there is a Tillis / Burr clone who needs to be defeated in 2022.  RINO Pat McCrory is openly endorsed by RINO Richard Burr, and uses the same political consultant as Tillis and Burr.  In his one failed term as governor, McCrory ranged from wishy-washy to liberal.  He faces a primary next March with conservative Congressman Ted Budd and with RINO former Congressman Mark Walker.  North Carolina does not need another Tillis or Burr.  McCrory MUST be stopped.

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( November 7th, 2021 @ 12:52 pm )
There was lots of Green New Deal crap in this bill, but not a red cent for the border wall, which is America's most desperately needed piece of infrastructure.

Katko is, indeed, a crony of GOP Minority Leader McCarthy. He is a squishy Chamber of Commerce Republican who is very weak on immigration issues, but McCarthy appointed him to head a committee to set strategy on immigration issues for 2022. McCarthy badly needs to go. He is as bad as Paul Ryan or John Boehner. Boehner and Ryan used to strip committee assignments from conservatives, such as Walter Jones, who refused to go along with their rotten deals with Obama. If the GOP had a real leader in the House, these 13 Biden syncopants would be minus some coveted committee assignments today.

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