House Republicans voted against putting money in pockets, people back in jobs, and kids back in school – and the American people noticed.
This week, Minority Leader McCarthy rejected a bipartisan compromise negotiated by one of his own ranking committee members in a brazen attempt to hide the truth about the January 6th violent insurrection at the Capitol.
It’s safe to say that people noticed.
Some of the highlights of McCarthy’s decision to side with January 6th deniers:
Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is still refusing to set a meeting with D.C. Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone to discuss the horrors he experienced.
Officer Fanone was beaten with a flag pole, concussed, and suffered a heart attack while protecting McCarthy and other lawmakers from Capitol insurrectionists.
As Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy attempts to block the creation of a bipartisan commission to examine January 6th, the Republican Leader is also refusing to set a meeting with a DC police officer hoping to share his story from the day of the insurrection.
As multiple Members of the House Republican Conference claim that the January 6th attack on the Capitol was a “normal tourist visit,” “