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Wednesday, Feb 22 2017

First Day of Recess Town Halls Spell Trouble For #SpinelessGOP

Feb 22, 2017

On the first day of recess town halls, House and Senate Republicans faced a barrage of phone calls, protests outside their offices, and tough questions at packed town halls about the GOP’s radical agenda for America and Donald Trump’s chaotic first month as president.

Instead of doing their jobs and answering reasonable questions about their agenda, Republican Senators and Congressmen are ducking their own voters — who will be sure to remember next November.

Here’s what Spineless Republicans are up to when they should be answering their constituents questions…

Hundred Rally To Protest Deb Fischer’s Endorsement of Betsy DeVos.

Protesters Outside Jeff Flake’s Office Want Him to Defend His Support For Donald Trump and Repealing Obamacare.

Constituents Faced Technical Difficulties at Cathy McMorris Rodgers’ Town Hall, Which Ended Abruptly.

Protests Outside Of Scott Taylor’s Town Hall in Virginia Beach.

Iowan Tells Chuck Grassley, “Don’t Repeal Obamacare, Improve It!”

Iowan Muslim Military Interpreter Confronts Chuck Grassley.

Kentucky Voters Demand A Town Hall From Mitch McConnell.

Iowa Voters Demand Answers From Senator Joni Ernst.

Florida Voters Demand Answers From Representative Daniel Webster.

Testy Town Halls Driving Many GOP Lawmakers To Simply Duck Them.

GOP Sen. Delays Speech At Last Minute As Hundreds Of Protesters Show Up.

Dave Trott literally slammed the door in the faces of his constituents today.

GOP Congressmen skip town hall with 200 atendees.

Scott Taylor refuses to guarantee a woman’s mother won’t lose health insurance.

Anger Rises Across The Country At GOP Congressional Town Halls.

The GOP’s Lack of Policy Specifics Is Making Its Town Hall Problem Worse.

Republican lawmakers peppered on Russia during town halls

GOP Congressman: Getting Rich Will Solve That Whole Environment Thing

For more instances of Republican Senators and Congressman running scared from their constituents, visit

Published: Feb 22, 2017

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