Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy just dropped a bomb. He claims that Speaker Pelosi had a bill that would add funding to help fight the Coronavirus but instead of taking it to the floor for a vote, she held it until this week. Why? So the DCCC could run ads against Republicans.
The DCCC is the Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee. The ads are alledged to have targeted seven Republicans. Their context? McCarthy says it was to tie them to (the Democrat’s false narrative about) President Trump’s response to the Coronavirus.
Ingraham asked, “How many people ran ads on the coronavirus, fundraising appeals?”
“I don’t know how many ran, but they actually took the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, spent money, went into these seven Republican seats to campaign against them about the coronavirus when she’s the Speaker of the House. Instead of putting America first, she put her politics first and kept the bill from coming to the floor,”
That’s interesting. Someone should ask if Congresswoman Ann Kuster knew or suspected? She’s on the record (Feb. 28th) stating,
In Congress, Democrats and Republicans must work together to advance an emergency funding package that ensures our federal agencies have the resources they need to protect public health. Now is not the time to play politics.”
Too bad Annie is afraid of Speaker Pelosi or perhaps we could expect her to say something about this seeing as we have live cases in New Hampshire. Because it sounds to me like Pelosi was playing politics with public health by holding back resources from federal agencies. All so some national level campaign apparatus could dump money on local elections to push a false narrative.
A narrative whose only nugget of truth was the result of regulatory overreach during the Obama Administration. They probably did not mention that in any ads.