Last week, 127 GOP Representatives and 37 Republican Senators voted "Yes" on ANOTHER continuing resolution that bankrolled and green-lit the spending priorities of Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. The latest cave by weak-kneed Republicans to "Establishment" RINOs and radical Democrats left millions of "America First" patriots furious.

After the D.C. Uni-Party maintained the status quo with their corrupt, unconstitutional, business-as-usual governing, conservative lawmaker Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) went ballistic on the House floor. Here's an excerpt from his verbal assault against failed and useless Republicans who claim to represent:

"...a party who allegedly stands for something, allegedly stands for reducing spending, allegedly stands for eliminating debt, securing the border, strong military, ending the wokeness that is killing and corrupting our schools and our kids, and then do nothing about it. One thing: I want my Republican colleagues to give me one thing — ONE — that I can go campaign on and say we did."

What do you think? Is Roy correct? Are Republicans failing to keep their promises, stop the tyranny of Joe's Regime, and fight to save America?

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