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A Tale of Three Representatives

Here is a tale of three members of the House of Representatives.

First, there is the story of Nancy Pelosi.

Recently, her husband Paul Pelosi was arrested for driving under the influence after he crashed into another vehicle at an intersection.  He was subsequently released on bail.  A spokesperson for Nancy Pelosi refused to comment on the situation, saying that it was a private matter.

I’m not sure if being arrested for DUI can be considered a private matter.  It definitely would not have been a private matter if someone had been killed.  In the meantime, will Nancy Pelosi try to get the charges against her husband dropped?  Will she try to sweep the matter under the rug?

Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi has been banned from communion by Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone due to her pro-abortion stance, especially since she denounced the intention of the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade (due to a leak from one of the justice’s clerks), and is attempting to have Roe v. Wade codified.  Nancy Pelosi responded to the Archbishop’s decision by saying it was not consistent with the Gospel of Matthew.

I’m not certain what verse in the Gospel of Matthew justifies abortion.  It appears that Nancy Pelosi is a cafeteria Catholic, i.e. a Catholic who picks and chooses from the Catholic Church’s teachings on faith and morals based on what seems right to their own private consciences formed by the secular culture around them as well as their own urgent desires.

Next, there is Congressman Ruben Gallego, who, in the aftermath of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas responded to calling for prayers by Congressman Darrell Issa with Tweets of “f**k your prayers” and referred to Senator Ted Cruz as “a f**king baby killer”.  In addition, Gallego is also pro-abortion, which demonstrates how much of a hypocrite he is, given his derogatory comments on Twitter.

I believe Congressman Gallego should resign, and if not, then hopefully he will be voted out of office come November.  For those of you who wish to give him a piece of your mind, here are the phone numbers for his offices in Washington, D.C. and Phoenix:  202-225-4065 and 602-256-0551.

Finally, there is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who not only has put emphasis on her Indian heritage (which is already obvious since she has Puerto Rican ancestry), but also became engaged to her boyfriend Riley Roberts.

Will she become a bridezilla on her wedding day?




Andrew Linn

Andrew Linn is a member of the Owensboro Tea Party and a former Field Representative for the Media Research Center. An ex-Democrat, he became a Republican one week after the 2008 Presidential Election. He has an M.A. in history from the University of Louisville, where he became a member of the Phi Alpha Theta historical honors society. He has also contributed to and Right Impulse Media.

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