Republicans in Congress are stomping their feet and saying they want to go home from the pandemic, Mommy
A face mask requirement has returned to the House of Representatives this week in the face of rising Covid rates due to the delta variant, and Republicans have proven themselves to be just as incapable of regulating their emotions as the next class of kindergarteners. Lauren Boebert of Colorado — always good quality during a medical crisis — was reported to have represented her constituents by throwing a mask at a Democratic staffer who offered her one.
‘That’s a very nosy question’: House Republicans decry mask mandate but many stay mum on vaccination status
Rep Chip Roy said ‘none of your business’ GOP lawmaker says House is ‘playing footsie with mask mandates’ Republican members of Congress are protesting the idea of having to wear masks again, as the House reinstated its mandate on face coverings amid surging cases of the coronavirus across the US.
‘It's an embarrassment, a mockery, and the American people are fed up’, says Texas congressman GOP lawmaker says House is ‘playing footsie with mask mandates’ Republican congressman Chip Roy has hit out at the reinstatement of face coverings in Congress and called the order both “absurd” and worth shutting down the House for.
'We should shut this place down': Republican Chip Roy rages at the House mask mandates while surrounded by maskless Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Lauren Boebert and Andy Biggs
Roy spoke on the House floor shortly after lawmakers were asked to wear masks He called the House a 'sham' and said Democrats should be more focused on the southern border crisis, where he said migrants are 'heavily infected with COVID' The House mandate mirrors new CDC guidance for fully vaccinated Americans
Chip Roy from Texas’ 21st Congressional District didn’t vote to overturn the election of the 2020 election, which made him slightly better than 147 of his colleagues who voted to change the election results because they didn’t like them. Roy released a statement with a small group of Republican reps who wanted to follow the law despite the fact that their guy lost, warning that trying to overturn the election would “strengthen the efforts of those on the left who are determined to eliminate it or render it irrelevant.” He even went as far as to challenge the seating of representatives from states where members of his party were challenging the results of the election—a pretty bold move considering one of the people who was challenging the results was his old boss Ted Cruz.
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"OMG it IS a marinade injector," one critic mocked Texas Republican Rep. Chip Roy's defiant response to President Joe Biden's door-to-door vaccination push. Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) was accused of being irresponsible on Wednesday with his condemnation of President Joe Biden’s door-to-door COVID-19 vaccination plan.
House Republicans are done pretending and aren't even trying to disguise their identity as the party of extremism, conservative media stunts and obstruction. Fresh evidence is emerging of the GOP's strategy of mayhem heading into next year's midterm elections under the defining influence of Donald Trump.
GOP congressman caught on video saying he wants '18 more months of chaos' to stall Democrats so Republicans can retake Congress in 2022
On film, Rep. Chip Roy said he wants to block Democrats so Republicans can retake Congress in 2022. "Our job is to do everything we can to slow all of that down to get to December of 2022, and then get in here and lead," he said.
Video shows GOP Rep. Chip Roy say he wants '18 more months of chaos and the inability to get stuff done' so Republicans can take back the House
Rep. Chip Roy said he wanted to continue to block Democrats' legislative priorities for the next 18 months. The Texas lawmaker made the statements during a Capitol Hill event last week, where he was secretly recorded. Roy doubled down on his statements on Wednesday, refusing to apologize.
Republican Rep. Chip Roy of Texas revealed in a video circulating online that he wants to jam Democrats' legislative goals so Republicans can win the 2022 midterms. "The people who were working to cut the deal, by the way, were not your conservative warriors in the Senate.
Secret filming shows GOP congressman saying party wants ‘18 months’ of disruption leading up to 2022 midterms
Chip Roy was recorded admitting that Republicans would try to ‘slow down’ the Democrat’s legislative agenda ahead of the elections for Congress A GOP congressman was secretly recorded admitting that the party wanted “18 months” of chaos before 2022’s midterms, in a conversation about bipartisanship.
Roy expressed hopes that Republicans will be able to block the compromise to President Joe Biden's infrastructure plan at least until after the midterm elections take place next year. The congressman made the remarks in a freshly surfaced video that was recorded late last month during an event hosted by Patriot Voices, a conservative group founded by former Republican Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Texas congressman who has been an outspoken critic of COVID-19 mask mandates went without a mask for at least a portion of a commercial airline flight Tuesday evening, an apparent violation of federal law. Republican Rep. Chip Roy flew from Washington back to his home district in Austin to attend a border security event held Wednesday with former President Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A Texas congressman who has been an outspoken critic of COVID-19 mask mandates went without a mask for at least a portion of a commercial airline flight Tuesday evening, an apparent violation of federal law. Republican Rep. Chip Roy flew from Washington back to his home district in Austin to attend a border security event held Wednesday with former President Donald Trump.
SAN ANTONIO (KABB) — It’s a call for action that is nothing new, but now a Texas lawmaker is pushing for it once again. It’s been called for before, the last time it was Former President Trump when U.S. Mormons living in Mexico were killed in an ambush.
SAN ANTONIO - Texas Congressman Chip Roy is demanding answers from the Electric Reliability Council of Texas. Roy sent ERCOT several questions in a letter, asking if it has enough generation capacity to get Texas through the summer and what its plans are to ensure the state doesn't face additional grid capacity issues.
In a written statement, Roy said Juneteenth should be commemorated and commended the lawmakers who worked to pass the bill, but he said he could not vote for it based on the proposed holiday's name. The congressman, who represents parts of San Antonio, Austin, and areas west, argued to call it Juneteenth National Emancipation Day, saying the proposed name "needlessly divides our nation on a matter that should instead bring us together by creating a separate Independence Day based on the color of one’s skin."