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Conservatives Say Trump Must Act to Replace Unfaithful Republicans in Congress

Conservatives Say Trump Must Act to Replace Unfaithful Republicans in Congress

Conservatives want President Trump to intervene in the 2018 Republican primaries in support of conservatives who will help pass his legislative agenda, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.

At a time when several GOP senators elected on a pledge to repeal ObamaCare have reversed course to become ObamaCare’s stalwart defenders, 96% of conservatives say the President needs to be involved in primaries so as to nominate “constitutional conservatives who will keep their campaign promises.”

Republican Betrayal of Trump on ObamaCare Should Be No Surprise

When Obama and the Democrats pushed through ObamaCare despite massive public opposition, Republicans exploited that by promising to repeal ObamaCare.  In four consecutive elections, voters rewarded them for that promise, culminating in the 2016 election of a president pledged to sign repeal into law.

And then some Congressional Republicans began to break ranks, defying President Trump and revealing that they were admirers of ObamaCare and would resist repeal or even any substantial change in the law.

Conservatives Say No Need for Hearings on Trump Jr. Non-Scandal

Conservatives Say No Need for Hearings on Trump Jr. Non-Scandal

Conservatives say that the Republican Congress should refuse to hold hearings on Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.

Almost 91% agreed that “Republicans should not give Democrats a public forum for making wild, inaccurate charges against President Trump.” Many Democrats have already declared Trump and/or his son to be guilty of crimes, with Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia saying the meeting was an act of treason.

Obamacare Repeal And Donald Trump’s September 2015 Remarks

Obamacare Repeal And Donald Trump’s September 2015 Remarks

"September 2015 seems like an eon ago – and politically it is. Back then Donald Trump was the outsider candidate who didn’t have a prayer of winning the Republican nomination for President, never mind beating Hillary Clinton and winning the White House.

Trump confounded all the naysayers, and truth be told he did it with one very simple campaign theme, "We are led by very, very stupid people."

Time for Republicans to Speak the Truth About Phony Russia Scandal

Time for Republicans to Speak the Truth About Phony Russia Scandal

Imagine that someone had contacted Hillary Clinton and set up a meeting, claiming to be a Russian with information about a connection between the Russian government and Donald Trump’s campaign.  Would anyone have accused her of a campaign finance violation?  Would the media claim that she was involved in unethical or illegal “collusion” with foreigners?

Of course not.  Clinton would have been portrayed as a fine, upstanding citizen, doing her patriotic duty by checking into such charges.

Conservatives Say Media Are Out to Delegitimize Trump

Conservatives Say Media Are Out to Delegitimize Trump

Conservatives believe the media overreaction to President Trump’s humorous tweet that showed him wrestling with “CNN” is part of a deliberate attempt to delegitimize his presidency, according to a poll conducted by FedUp PAC.

Almost 97% agree with the statement that the criticism and claims that Trump is promoting violence were “part of their campaign to deny legitimacy to the Trump administration.”

Ever since Trump’s election, the media have claimed that he is not “presidential”, accused him of breaking the law, and even questioned his sanity.

Conservatives Back Trump on ObamaCare Repeal

Conservatives Back Trump on ObamaCare Repeal

Conservatives support President Trump’s demand that Congress move promptly to repeal ObamaCare, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.

More than 95% agree that ObamaCare has failed, having raised premiums, reduced choices, and canceled policies for millions, while becoming an ever-increasing burden on the Federal treasury through its huge subsidies. (The Congressional Budget Office confirmed that repeal would save taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars over the next decade.)

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