Kinzinger says fellow Republicans attending America’s first caucuses should lose the committee


Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger Republicans planning to participate in “America First Caucus” said they should be removed from the Commission’s mission.

A document about America First Caucus explained that it defended the “Anglo-Saxon political tradition” and warned its masses. Immigrants It was endangering the “unique identity” of the United States. The Associated Press has obtained a copy of the paper first reported by Punch Bowl News covering Capitol Hill.

“I believe that anyone attending this caucuse should dismiss the committee and the Republican Council should expel them from attending the conference,” Kinzinger said. Tweet on friday.. “We can’t prevent someone from calling themselves Republicans, but we can yell out that they aren’t ours.”

Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger speaks to the media at the White House in Washington on Wednesday, March 6, 2019.

Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger speaks to the media at the White House in Washington on Wednesday, March 6, 2019.

The AP was unable to independently identify the origin of the tissue, Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla. Said he was involved, fellow conservative lawmaker Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga. Showed that was behind it.

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House Voted to remove the green From the mission of her committee in February by the history of racist, anti-Semitic, Islamophobia comments. Kinzinger was one of 11 Republicans who voted with the House of Representatives Democrats to dismiss her.

“I truly believe in America First, which means all Americans of all races, beliefs and colors,” Green blamed the media in a statement on Saturday. “I have a plan to push President Trump’s America First agenda with colleagues in Congress, but I won’t let the media or anyone else impose a story. America First’s policy is for us all, I Will save this country for our children, and ultimately for the world. “

This document supports the position of many former presidents, including his false allegations about elections.

Green spokesman Nick Dier said earlier: “This document pushed by the punch bowl was never approved or agreed by Congressman Green.”

Other Republicans also seemed to criticize the caucuses. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif. — “The Republican Party is Lincoln’s party … not a dog whistle for immigrant exclusion” — and Rep. Liz Cheney, Republican tweeted that “racism, immigration exclusion, and anti-Semitism are evil,” said R-Wyo, the third-ranked Republican in the House of Representatives.

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Punchbowl also linked Republican Rep. Paul Gossar to the group.

Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert told reporters that he was considering attending a caucuse, and answered “yes” when asked if Green and Gossar were involved in the caucuses.

Contribution: Associated Press

This article was originally published in USA TODAY: America’s first caucuse fuels division between Republicans