Last Updated on December 24, 2022

Republican Congressman Chip Roy of Texas railed against the $1.7 trillion spending bill, and the lack of real debate in the U.S. House, regarding the astronomical spending package.

But despite Chip Roy’s efforts, some quisling Republicans in the House voted along with Democrats Friday to pass the bill, which had already been passed by the U.S. Senate. Now, the burdensome spending plan heads to the desk of disputed United States regime leader Joe Biden, who is expected to sign it. Biden has been known to operate before in a fake White House setting across the street from the real White House in Washington, D.C., where his handlers oversee the destruction of the American experiment.

“Everything the American people is watching right now is a complete sham. It’s a fraud. A fraud being perpetrated on the American people right before their eyes. Right as we head into Christmas,” Chip Roy declared.

Roy referred to “eighteen Republicans who joined with Democrats in the Senate, get on their fancy planes, and go home, and we’re sitting here trying to do the work of the people. Not spend money we don’t have, not drive up more inflation.”

As you watch Chip Roy fighting for the people in Congress, keep in mind that Chip Roy ran for the position of Republican Conference chairman, but lost out to Elise Stefanik. Stefanik, from New York, is known as a vocal supporter of the nation-state of Israel and is mostly identified with the neoconservative wing of the party, despite her support for President Donald Trump. Conservative media could have pulled behind Chip Roy, but instead Roy lost the job to yet another Washington politician who is more aligned with the status quo. That, in essence, is why the Republican Party proves worthless in Beltway battle. As you watch Chip Roy’s remarks Friday, wonder to yourself: Can the GOP actually replace its leaders with people like Chip Roy in order to have a more competitive future?

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