President Trump told Breitbart News back in June 2014 that House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s historic loss shows that “everybody” is vulnerable if they support amnesty. Donald Trump on June 12th, 2014: Cantor's Defeat Shows 'Everybody'...Show More Summary
Playbook: “John Boehner and Eric Cantor were thrown to the wolves a few years ago for even toying with some sort of immigration reform package. Paul Ryan promised conservatives when he won the speakership in 2015 that he would not [...
Freedom Caucus member Rep. Dave Brat got angered by CNN's Kate Bolduan, who asked him to explain his no-vote against supporting Americans devastated by hurricanes Irma and Harvey. Brat, won a surprise victory over Rep. Eric Cantor by being an anti-immigration zealot for the extremist wing of the already extreme GOP. Show More Summary
Over at PJ Media's Hot Mic, there's a post about Trump selling out and surrounding himself with Democrats. Fair enough. But Steven Green points out there's a lot of selling out to Democrats going on, right in the GOP itself....
Steve Benen, MSNBC: For several years, in his capacity as House Majority Leader, Eric Cantor helped lead the charge on repealing "Obamacare." Put Republicans in charge, the Virginian told voters, and they'd dismantle the Affordable Care Act.... Show More Summary
Before he was defeated by unknown economist Dave Brat, then Minority Whip Eric Cantor led the charge to repeal Obamacare. Day... The post OMG! Eric Cantor Admits GOP Promise To Repeal Obamacare Was ALL A LIE appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
by Eli Sanders Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Mark Wilson / Getty Images As flagged by Paul Waldman in the Washington Post, there's an important—if too late—confession in this Washingtonian article. The confession is thatShow More Summary
On health care, Eric Cantor and his colleagues played their base for fools -- because they thought it'd help them win some elections, which it did.
The Virginia Republican, who shot to stardom when he primaried Eric Cantor in 2014, saw adulation turn to anger Tuesday about his health care vote.
The Tea Party zealot who beat Eric Cantor in an epic Republican primary in 2014 is, as we predicted, the cruelest of Republicans. His 'healthcare for some' mentality along with his total disregard for separation of church and state are...Show More Summary
In January 2009, just three days after his inauguration, an arrogant President Obama, a "community organizer" and one-term senator from Illinois, proclaimed to then Republican Whip Eric Cantor that "elections have consequences, and at...Show More Summary
Virginia Republicans who gathered at their annual meeting in Richmond over the weekend were intended to be over-awed at the inevitability of Ed Gillespie’s bid for the party’s gubernatorial nomination. Impressive as the S.S. Gillespie may have been, the more interesting news – or, more accurate, rumor – is that former House majority leader Eric Cantor […]
Will the unofficial but crowded race make room for a former congressman?
From Eric Cantor, a reminder of Labor Days past, when hard-working entrepreneurs exploited workers as God intended.
Council members voted to appoint former U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor’s chief of staff as interim mayor.
The congressman who unseated Eric Cantor said this week that he has not spoken to the former House majority leader since defeating him in a 2014 Virginia primary. In an interview with Business Insider, Rep. David Brat revealed Cantor...Show More Summary
Winning the congressional seat for the 7th District of Virginia was a spark that preceded the recent rise of Donald Trump and the Brexit vote.
SHE SHOULD HAVE LEARNED FROM ERIC CANTOR: Renee Elmers Loses In Primary After Disappointing Conservatives, Despite Trump Endorsement.
Echoing the success of Tea Party candidate David Brat, who beat second-in-command Eric Cantor, a Florida professor named Tim Canova is taking on Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the chair of the Democratic National Committee. Bernie Sanders is no fan of her, which explains how Canova is gaining momentum in the primary race. Photo by New America
Sarah Palin said in a television interview broadcast Sunday that she will support Speaker Paul Ryan's primary challenger, and she compared Ryan to former House majority leader Eric Cantor (Va.), who was stunningly defeated in a 2014 primary. "I think Paul Ryan is soon to be 'Cantored,'" Palin said on CNN's "State of the Union." Cantor […]