Dems Outraged After GOP Removes Pelosi's Oppressive Ornaments
Democrats are outraged after the GOP began removing Pelosi's pointless ornaments around the Capitol.
The Republican Party is committed to restoring power back to the people and has taken strides in this direction with the 118th Congress and their removal of metal detectors installed by Nancy Pelosi two years ago. This move was intended to show that the GOP stands for freedom of choice over oppressive ideologies, and it is part of a greater effort by Republican lawmakers who are working hard to protect American citizens’ rights under the Constitution.
But what does this mean for conservatives? What kind of tangible changes can we expect from this new majority? And how can we ensure that our freedoms are not threatened by the left’s “soft on crime” policies and “woke ideology”? Let's take a closer look at these questions.
One major change Republicans have already proposed is an expansion of school choice programs, which would allow parents to use public funds to enroll their children in private schools or virtual learning. This would give parents greater control over their child’s education, allowing them to choose educational options that best suit their needs, rather than having decisions made for them by government bureaucrats.
In addition, Republicans want to reduce red tape so businesses can start up more quickly without the need for excessive paperwork or bureaucracy. They also plan on implementing tax cuts in order to stimulate economic growth and job creation across America. Finally, they aim to strengthen law enforcement and border security while ending sanctuary cities where illegal immigrants can hide from justice without fear of deportation.
The metal detectors are coming down.
"We’re turning Pelosi’s House back into the People’s House." pic.twitter.com/UTM2bVMmKh
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) January 3, 2023
It is important for us as Americans to stand up against oppressive ideologies such as those championed by Democrats in order to protect our freedom from being infringed upon.
One way we can do this is by voting out representatives who support soft-on-crime policies or those who attempt to limit free speech via censorship or other means – both online and offline.