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House Budget Chairman to leave post to focus on her Tennesee governor campaign

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One of the most powerful women on Capitol Hill announced today that she will step down as the chairman of the House Budget Committee as she ramps up her campaign to become the next governor of Tennessee.

“It has been an honor to serve as Chairman of the House Budget Committee, working alongside members this year to recommend responsible and balanced policies for building a better America,” said Rep. Diane L. Black, who in 2011 succeeded Rep. Barton J. Gordon, a conservative Democrat, who did not seek re-election after his votes for the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and bailouts for the auto industry stirred up his district against him.

Rep. Diane L. Black (R.-Tenn.) speaking Dec. 20 at the White House celebrating the the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. (Courtesy of Black’s campaign Facebook page)

“I am very proud of the hard work of our members and all we accomplished, especially offering real reforms for mandatory programs and unlocking pro-growth tax reform,” Black said.

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“As we enter a new era under a brand new tax law and as members begin crafting a budget for fiscal year 2019, I am confident the focus will remain on addressing unsustainable mandatory programs,” she said. “Without question, it is critical that lawmakers take real action to reverse the trajectory of our nation’s growing debt. While it requires tough decisions in the short-term, the result in the long-term will secure a bright and prosperous future for generations to come.”

Black said she will remain in Congress to finish her term.

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Nikki Haley Announces Super PAC to Support Anti-Trump Incumbents with Big Corporate Money

Haley is dangerous to MAGA.

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Former South Carolina Governor and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is leading the charge to protect anti-Trump incumbent legislators in the 2022 midterm elections.

Haley announced in an email that she will be expanding her Stand for America campaign into a Super PAC in order to dump money to help RINOs obtain re-election next year.

“I am not done, not by a long shot,” Haley wrote about her efforts to subvert President Trump’s America First agenda. “Because you and I know it is crucial to stand for what you believe in.”

She describes her new Stand for America PAC as an entity that will be a “political action committee laser-focused on the 2022 midterms.” Haley’s organization will be “defending GOP incumbents who are being targeted for defeat.” She uses reviled Democrats as a smokescreen to hide her true anti-Trump intentions.

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“You can be sure the Democrats won’t abandon their big-government vision in 2022, including “defund the police,” the Green New Deal, and Medicare for All. They are simply “rebranding” – which is just an attempt to hide the truth about what they really believe from voters,” she wrote. 

“Now, there is nothing standing in the way of the Biden-Harris agenda – which is the furthest left the Democrat Party has gone in history,” Haley added.

However, it is clear with Haley’s words and actions over the past week that her political ambitions are centered around nullifying President Trump’s legacy.

Big League Politics reported on Haley’s craven betrayal of President Trump at the moment in which she felt it would benefit her ambitions after disingenuously feigning support of the president for years:

Former UN Ambassador and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley described President Trump’s performance as “very disappointing” after the November election concluded. She added that Trump will be “judged harshly by history.”

However, the New York Post reported that Haley “softened” her comments at the Republican National Committee by noting that Trump made some “truly extraordinary gains” while in the White House.

“President Trump has not always chosen the right words,” Haley commented, according to Fox News.

“He was wrong with his words in Charlottesville, and I told him so at the time,” she declared. “He was badly wrong with his words yesterday,” when Trump supporters protested at the US Capitol.

“And it wasn’t just his words,” Haley commented. “His actions since Election Day will be judged harshly by history.”

… Haley described the surge into the Capitol as “un-American,” and believes that it should be disavowed “in the strongest terms.”“If we are the party of personal responsibility, we need to take personal responsibility,” she said to the RNC audience. “We can and should talk about our major differences.”

“But we must stop turning the American people against each other,” she commented. “And this Republican Party must lead the way.”

Nikki Haley is the consummate establishment politician who wants to revert back to respectability politics aka politics where defense contractors get paid, the border remains porous, corporations wield unaccountable power, and the surveillance state grows.

One good byproduct from last week’s mayhem is that frauds like Haley can no longer masquerade as being in line with the MAGA agenda. Tens of millions of Trump supporters see her for what she is now.

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