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Massie Calls for Roll Call Vote On Virus Relief, President Trump Hammers on Twitter

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Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky tweeted last evening about what is necessary for business to be done in matters of the Congress:

“Each House shall be the Judge of the Elections, Returns and Qualifications of its own Members, and a Majority of each shall constitute a Quorum to do Business”

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This tweet sent ripples throughout the memberships of the Congress when it was pointed out that the voice vote on the matter of Chinese Virus relief bill that is scheduled for later on today may delayed due to a lack of Congressional quorum.

Two hundred and eighteen members are necessary to be present to fulfill a quorum in the House of Representatives.

Rep. Massie told local Kentucky media that not only does he intend to oppose the relief bill, but that he may call a roll call vote stating, “I’m having a really hard time with this. Because they’re saying, well it’s hard to travel, yadda yadda yadda. Well, last night, ninety six out of one hundred senators voted. All we would need is two hundred and eighteen out of four hundred and thirty five to vote.”

This morning Rep. Messie sent out a tweet stating that he will indeed call for a roll call vote:

In response to Massie’s tweets and comments President Trump took to Twitter to hammer the Kentucky Congressman:

Looks like a third rate Grandstander named @RepThomasMassie,a Congressman from, unfortunately, a truly GREAT State, Kentucky, wants to vote against the new Save Our Workers Bill in Congress

He just wants the publicity.

…throw Massie out of Republican Party!

By empowering the Radical Left Democrats, do nothing Kentucky politician @RepThomasMassie is making their War on the 2nd Amendment more and more difficult to win (But don’t worry, we will win anyway!)

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Death of Public Schools: 40% of Parents Looking at Homeschooling After Lockdown Ends

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A recent poll of over twenty one hundred voters is showing that the future of public schools could be in great jeopardy when communities and states come out of lockdowns across the nation.

A survey of 2,122 registered voters by RealClear Opinion Research shows that support for educational choice is very strong, and that a plurality of parents are more likely to pursue homeschooling opportunities after  COVID-19 lockdowns end.

The polling results show that 40% of families are more likely to homeschool or virtual school after lockdowns, and that 64% support school choice.

John Schilling who serves as the president of the American Federation for Children had this to say about the stunning results of the survey:

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“Every single family with kids in school has been incredibly disrupted by the lockdowns. With fifty five million students no longer in their normal educational setting, families are clearly considering new options and many are seeing the benefits of homeschooling and virtual schooling.  This is the time for leadership and for desperately needed bold reforms to be implemented across our K-12 education system.”

“Millions of families are seeing the inadequacies of school districts that are too inflexible.  We owe it to our nation’s families and students to give them more flexibility and additional educational options. Moreover, policymakers owe it to the taxpayers who are footing the $800 billion K-12 education bill to maximize their investment by ensuring every child has access to a quality education and outcomes are improved across the board.”

The polling data shows that the support of homeschooling in the fall is supported by 45.7% of voters who identify as members of the Democratic Party, 50% of those who support homeschooling after lockdowns end identify as members of the Black Community, and that School Choice is being supported by at least 60% of voters across the political spectrum.

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