Most House Conservatives Vote Down The Gang Of Four Amnesty Bill As It Fails, 193-231; Ryan’s Amnesty Bill Postponed Till Friday So Scalise Can Whip More Support
By Dave Levine
41 Republicans voted against The Gang of Four Amnesty bill (aka the Goodlatte bill), HR 4760.
Here are the Conservatives who voted against The Gang of Four bill (Though I’ve been disappointed with his pro-Establishment votes recently, it was nice to see Louie Gohmert come out against this Amnesty bill):
Steve King, Andy Biggs, Justin Amash, Paul Gosar and Thomas Massie.
However, I just listened to an interview from this morning (Friday) with Rep. Massie and he is against E-verify (claims it makes employers “immigration agents”) and is not strongly against Ryan’s bill which indicates that he’s not a true Conservative.
Here are the Conservatives who really disappointed us, who voted for Goodlatte’s Amnesty:
Walter Jones, Tom McClintock, Mo Brooks, Daniel Webster, Dave Brat and Lou Barletta.
Jones has come out for legalizing dope. McClintock has voted full RINO over the last few years and Barletta (who’s running for Senator) is supposed to be an anti-Amnesty representative! Brat was knocked off Majority Leader Eric Cantor running on an anti-Amnesty platform. Webster ran for Speaker against Ryan a few years ago.
A lot of RINOs voted against this bill because it has “too much enforcement”:
Denham, Coffman, Valadao, McMorris-Rodgers and Mia Love are just a few.
I’m hoping that 190 Democrats vote against the Ryan Amnesty next week.