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Fiscally Conservative Groups in Washington D.C. Bail on Turncoat Congressman Justin Amash

Amash is learning that actions have consequences.

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Fiscally conservative groups in Washington D.C. are refusing to support Rep. Justin Amash (I-MI) after he bailed on the Republican Party and helped Democrats push their impeachment witch hunt against the President.

“We don’t have any plans to get involved in MI-03 at this time, seeing as we’re focused on some other key races to help regain the GOP’s House majority,” FreedomWorks spokesman Peter Vicenzi said to a reporter. “We’re going to support some incumbents as well, mainly [House Freedom Caucus] members.”

In addition, the Club for Growth has also declined to endorse Amash’s re-election efforts as an independent. Americans for Prosperity, a Koch-funded group that has distanced themselves from President Trump, has offered Amash no support as well. The fiscal conservative movement sees Amash as a cancer.

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These organizations are following suit of the DeVos family, the influential Michigan-based conservatives who have a massive donor network that has supported Amash in the past. They announced last year that they were yanking their support for the turncoat Palestinian-American lawmaker. Amash’s fundraising network is drying up fast.

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“Family members have expressed increasing concerns about a lack of representation for their district, the 3rd Congressional, and I would say an inability to advance efforts connected to important policy matters,” said DeVos family spokesman Nick Wasmiller, adding that “they have no plans” to give Amash a penny.

The liberaltarians at Reason Magazine are crying over the consequences to Amash’s reprehensible actions:

Amash, who co-founded the Freedom Caucus and was widely considered to be the brains of the group from 2015 to 2018, left the 30-member bloc last June, then three weeks later bolted from the Republican Party as a whole. It’s that last apostasy, coupled with his outspoken support for impeaching President Donald Trump, that has coincided with an epidemic of cold shoulders from the very organizations that before last summer routinely celebrated Amash’s intellectual independence and fiscal/constitutional conservatism…

The Cook Political Report last month moved its projection for the November 2020 election from “toss-up” to “lean Republican,” citing the loneliness of the pro-impeachment right. Democrats and Republicans are holding contested primaries for the nomination on August 4. Increasing the incumbent’s degree of difficulty is the fact that Michigan is one of a handful of states to allow for straight-ticket voting, meaning an entire party’s slate can be supported by checking just one box…

But the abandonment of Amash by limited government advocacy groups illustrates how party-dependent their commitment to principle is. As long as you fly the GOP flag, you’ll be eligible to receive a “Top Ten Reasons to Support Justin Amash for U.S. Congress in MI-3.” Support the impeachment of a Republican president, or leave your party and caucus behind, well, won’t you please sign our thank-you card to Rep. Jim Jordan for fighting “shifty Adam Schiff”?

Amash, who proudly calls himself a libertarian, is learning a thing or two about personal responsibility. His primary backers are anti-Trump neoconservative war hawks these days, as he circles the drains in the Washington D.C. swamp.

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Mad Maxine Says She Has Met Crips and Bloods ‘In The Hood’ with ‘More Integrity’ Than the President

She is off her rocker.

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Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) made the stunning claim recently that she has met gangbangers from the inner city with “more integrity” than President Donald Trump.

The Congresswoman, who has been ridiculed by the President for having a low IQ, made the comment while appearing on Showtime’s “Desus & Mero.”

“I have worked in some of the toughest communities,” she said in a clip that was tweeted by the hosts Thursday. “I’ve worked with gangs. I’ve worked with Crips, I’ve worked with Bloods. And there’s more integrity in many of these young people in the ‘hood than this man has.”

She also claimed without providing any evidence that the “street player” Mr. Trump has “flirted with gangsters” throughout his history as a businessman and politician.

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“This country cannot tolerate another four years of him,” she said.

The clip of Waters running her mouth about Trump can be seen here:

Waters has angered the populists within her party by suggesting that the big money should have more control over deciding who is the Democrat Party presidential nominee.

“You would have two, three, four at a time in Beverly Hills having dinners,” she said last week. “Some of our contributors who are very rich were holding, you know, fancy parties, trying to accommodate the request for donations and contributions. And so, you know, the conclusion, the thinking is that if we are supplying tremendous dollars to candidates, we ought to have more say.”

“A lot of people have come to the conclusion that it should not simply be Iowa and New Hampshire and certainly they are not reflective of the makeup of this country,” she added.

Previously, Waters has demanded that President Trump be incarcerated and subjected to cruel and unusual punishment because of Ukraine-gate and other “nothing burger” fake scandals.

“I’m calling on the GOP to stop Trump’s filthy talk of whistleblowers being spies & using mob language implying they should be killed,” Waters wrote in a tweet last year. “Impeachment is not good enough for Trump. He needs to be imprisoned & placed in solitary confinement.”

“But for now, impeachment is the imperative,” she added.

From her words, it is clear that Waters has a delusional view of herself and her partisan crusade to destroy President Trump.

“Most people who have watched me over the past two years know that I am a responsible person who has talked about the Constitution, who has talked about the fact that this President does not respect the fact that (Russian President Vladimir) Putin is responsible for basically bugging our electoral system, hacking into the DNC. They know that I’ve been serious about this. I’ve had the courage to stand up when nobody else would stand with me,” Waters said.

Few lawmakers embody the excesses of the Washington D.C. swamp than Waters, who has lingered in Congress for almost three decades.

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