Free of Congressional Campaign Pressures, Mark Meadows Still Torching Dems

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) may not be running for reelection, but that doesn’t mean he’s stopped serving his conservative western North Carolina district. The chairman of the House Freedom Caucus and close confidante of President Donald Trump is fulfilling the rest of his term in congress in peak form, roasting and exposing the Left, congressional Democrats, and the Democrats’ presidential primary contenders for what they really are.

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And, of course, the Tweet Meadows has pinned top the top of his page demonstrates just what is at stake in these 2020 elections, in this cultural/political battle between the Left’s authoritarian collectivism, and the American individualism that made this land of liberty a beacon of the world.

He’s right. It’s all out of the bag now, despite establishment Democrats trying desperately to put it back in. We’re well served by Meadows continued pressure on the Left and his pursuit of exposing the ends of what Democrats/Left are openly pushing in their campaigns. It is hardly the custom for an exiting congressman, for the first time in years not facing the pressures of a reelection campaign, but likely a mark of a leader still in his ascent.

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