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Kat Cammack

Kat Cammack

U.S. Representative for Florida's 3rd congressional district.

Kat Cammack

Senate Dems may even try firing parliamentarian

Newsmax reports, "Democrats will try everything to restore immigration in their $3.5 trillion spending plan, potentially even firing the Senate parliamentarian who ruled that the matter should not be included in the reconciliation plan, Rep. Kat Cammack said on Newsmax Monday.

And if that happens, the Florida Republican told Newsmax's 'National Report,' 'Americans across the country should just absolutely call out this blatant hypocrisy for the rules of procedure.'

On Sunday, the Parliamentarian ruled that the immigration reform push was 'by any standard a broad, new immigration policy' and that the policy change 'substantially outweighs the budgetary impact of that change."

Read the entire story.

Kat Cammack

Dems $3.5 trillion spending bill will do irreparable harm

The Hill reported on Friday, "House Democrats this week wrapped up the bulk of committee work on a $3.5 trillion package of social benefits and climate programs — a massive undertaking that advances what would be a legacy-defining domestic agenda for President Biden.

Now the harder part begins.

While 13 separate committees succeeded in drafting, massaging and ultimately approving the portions of the package under their jurisdiction, the process featured plenty of infighting between disparate factions over various provisions — differences that have created headaches for Democratic leaders and will need resolving before the legislation hits the floor."

Kat Cammack

Biden mandate 'gross, abusive government overreach'

Kat Cammack

Biden lied about not wanting to issue vaccine mandates

President Joe Biden said in December about the possibility of both mask and vaccine mandates, "“I don't think it should be mandatory, I wouldn't demand it be mandatory.”

Biden has since declared vaccines to be mandatory.

Kat Cammack

Hiding from questions is the Biden Foreign Policy Blueprint

The Boston Herald's Grace Curley wrote in mid-August as the turmoil continued in Afghanistan, "The president of the United States should not be calling a lid and hiding out at Camp David as this bloody catastrophe unfolds.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki made excuses for her absentee boss: 'He likes Camp David. It’s a place to be outside, spend time with family, and certainly has beautiful, beautiful scenery there.'

Maybe Joe should ask Hunter to paint him a nice landscape. Watercolors might best capture the bucolic mood. Then Joe could hang Hunter’s latest masterpiece in the Oval Office. That way the president could enjoy the beautiful, beautiful scenery and still be privy to some of the fallout from his terrible decisions."

Kat Cammack

We're getting used to seeing Biden walk away from questions about Afghanistan

"I’m not supposed to take any questions but go ahead,' Biden told Bloomberg News reporter Jennifer Jacobs.

Jacobs began, 'Mr. President, on Afghanistan—'

'I’m not gonna answer on Afghanistan now,' Biden interjected before walking away from the podium."

Kat Cammack

By leaving Americans stranded, Biden is putting politics above people in Afghanistan

Newsmax reports, "Saying she is 'absolutely, utterly disgusted' at the 'total and utter incompetence of this administration,' Rep. Kat Cammack, R-Fla., told Newsmax she had to watch the Taliban execute a translator that was attempting to help her office get Americans and allies out of Afghanistan.

'They may say that the war is over, that the conflict is over — it isn't until every single American gets home,' Cammack told Monday's 'Spicer & Co.' 'So until that president, that man in the White House who claims to be commander in chief decides to do something different, we will make sure that we are putting people above politics."

Read the entire story.

Kat Cammack

No more excuses from Biden for his absolute failure in Afghanistan

We need accountability now. The sheer lack of leadership, utter incompetence, and silence from the Biden administration shows us just how grossly inept this failure of an administration has become.

Kat Cammack

Not a single House Republican voted for $3.5 trillion budget resolution. Democrats own this monstrosity

The New York Post reports, "Over 100 Republicans in the House are vowing in a new letter that they will not vote to increase the debt ceiling — calling the issue a 'problem created by Democrat spending.”

Citing trillions of dollars of government spending proposed by Democrats, the 103 House Republicans promised not to increase the debt ceiling under any circumstance, according to the letter obtained by Fox News.

“Democrats have embarked on a massive and unprecedented deficit spending spree. Without a single Republican vote, they passed a $1.9 trillion ‘Covid relief’ bill in March even though $1 trillion was still unspent from previous bipartisan Covid relief bills,' the letter said, also citing the recently passed $3.5 trillion budget resolution.

“In order for this spending to occur, our nation’s debt limit will have to be increased significantly,' it continued. 'Because Democrats are responsible for the spending, they need to take responsibility for increasing the debt ceiling.”

Read the entire story here.

Kat Cammack

I have long supported withdrawal, but every American should be embarrassed by the Biden administration

My column in the Gainesville Sun:

"Since the Afghan War began two decades ago, four presidential administrations have worked to bring our troops back home. For years, I've supported a strong, strategic withdrawal plan to end America's longest war, but what we are witnessing is anything but.

In fact, it's clear that any 'plans' or 'contingencies' never existed. Surely if they had, we wouldn’t be watching American citizens beaten by the Taliban as they attempt to make their way to the airport in Kabul.

In early July, President Joe Biden told the American people that the Taliban presented no credible threat to the United States, our troops, or our allies in the region. Mere weeks after President Biden and top military leaders at the Pentagon told us we were safe, we watched as the Taliban continued its offense across the country, taking more provinces each day, ultimately taking full control within a week…

I'm disappointed in this administration. I'm embarrassed by this administration and I think all Americans should be."

Read the entire column here.

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