Statues, Nazis, Morrisey and Manchin
Republican legislation to save the memory of West Virginian traitors
From local delegate, Shawn Fluharty:
David Mistich at WV Public Broadcasting calls it the “Protect Racist Statues Act.”
Nazis in Parkersburg
Sighted at the Parkersburg Mall:
At the Parkersburg mall today. Names are Caden . . .
Thank-you. I’ll sleep better tonight knowing that you are protecting our state from Joe Biden
We live in unprecedented times. Much insecurity about our future.
Here’s what I’m focusing on:
WVAG is preparing to save our state & the republic from destructive and illegal regulations that may emerge from the Biden Administration. . . .
Yes, Mr. AG, we need to oppose the lunatics who encourage violence
We should penalize those who breached the Capitol and broke our laws today to the fullest extent possible.
We are a Republic and must oppose the lunatics who resort to violence to achieve their ends.
Focus, people. What happened today is not okay . . .
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Is it a sign of the apocalypse? What’s next? Undoing “right-to-work” laws? Paying teachers and other state workers a living wage? Never mind, it’s about the Party’s unswerving loyalty to Donald Trump
The Rucker quote neatly states the West Virginia Republican Party’s (along with its messenger - the Wheeling Intelligencer) long-term justification for tort reform. (For more examples, type “West Virginia” and “frivolous lawsuits” into a search engine and see how many hits and how far back the search goes.)
West Virginia . . .
The WV GOP, AG Morrisey and Governor Justice do their part as Capito and McKinley remain silent
From the West Virginia Republican Party
This fight is not over. President Trump will continue to fight for us, and we will continue to fight for him. The American people are entitled to an honest election. We must ensure every legal vote must be counted. We must investigate any allegations of fraud. pic.twitter.com/DrAcKkZu9e— WVGOP . . .
Last evening, the Trump administration (with the help of Republican state attorney generals) filed to overturn and invalidate Obamacare
From NPR earlier today:
In a filing with the U.S. Supreme Court, the Trump administration has reaffirmed its position that the Affordable Care Act in its entirety is illegal because Congress eliminated the individual tax penalty for failing to purchase medical insurance.
Solicitor General Noel . . .
West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey adds his name to the long list of term limit hypocrites
Here is Patrick Morrisey’s position on term limits in January of 2015 as reported by the Huntington Herald-Dispatch:
Morrisey defeated five-term incumbent Darrell McGraw in 2012 to become the first Republican attorney general in West Virginia since 1933. Vowing not to serve any more than two terms, Morrisey said he thinks it . . .