Politicians from Senators Marco Rubio and Orrin Hatch to Chuck Schumer and Ron Wyden have been outspoken in their condemnation of Saturday’s Unite the Right March in Charlottesville and the vicious acts of terror it spawned. Yet, the same senators are united by their ardent support for a racist regime that is no less inspired by racial supremacy.
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GOP senator lashes out: My brother didn’t die fighting Hitler so Nazi ideas could go unchallenged in U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) condemned the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, that exploded on Saturday, saying that WWII veterans, including his brother, didn’t die fighting Adolph...
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Sometimes a word choice is just so bad that you feel a mix of laughter and second hand embarrassment for the person who uttered it. Such is the case with Senator Orrin Hatch who actually said: “We’re not going back to health care. We’re in tax now. Show More Summary
A Republican senator just used the term "shot their wad" and, um, the internet has some opinions. "We’re not going back to health care. We’re in tax now," Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah told Politico. "As far as I’m concerned, they shot their wad on health care and that’s the way it is. Show More Summary
Sen. Orrin Hatch got people tittering when he was quoted by Politico on Monday about how it was time for Republicans to move on from healthcare and to tackle tax reform instead. “We’re not going back to healthcare. We’re in tax now,” he said. Show More Summary
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) used an interesting phrase in Politico to illustrate how Republicans were moving away from their failed health care bill. Said Hatch: “We’re not going back to health care. We’re in tax now. As far as I’m [......
Sen. Orrin Hatch is ready to move on from the Republican healthcare debacle. The Utah senator and chair of the Senate Finance Committee told Politico in a story published Monday that the GOP botched its chance at any repeal and replace...Show More Summary
First this:.@senorrinhatch: “We’re in tax now…they shot their wad on health care and that’s the way it is. I’m sick of it.” https://t.co/GQBvI5munO pic.twitter.com/wp2l3rNQzm — POLITICO (@politico) August 7, 2017 Then this: In the past weeks we’ve had WH Comms Director talk about sucking his own dick, a FOX anchor sending dick pics & […]
It all started with this quote given to Politico: “We’re not going back to health care. We’re in tax now. As far as I’m concerned, they shot their wad on health care and that’s the way it is. I’m sick of it,” Senate Finance ChairmanShow More Summary
The senator is not radical enough to be part of the #hipsterantitrust
U.S. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch said on Monday that senators for now are too divided to keep working on healthcare overhaul legislation and that he and other senior Republicans will take that message to the White House. Show More Summary
Obamacare is alive, and Anthony Scaramucci’s job is dead.
Trump over the weekend urged Republican senators to stick with trying to pass an overhaul of the Affordable Care Act.
U.S. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch said on Monday that senators for now are too divided to keep working on healthcare overhaul legislation and that he and other senior Republicans will take that message to the White House. President Donald Trump has been urging lawmakers not to drop...
A statement Thursday from the so-called Big Six - Ryan, Brady, White House economic adviser Gary Cohn, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch - said...Show More Summary
LAVERNE COX. On Trump’s transgender military ban: “I have met many transgender Americans over the years who have served or are currently serving our country in the military. I have heard from them humiliating stories of being misgendered...Show More Summary
A handful of Republicans voiced opposition to President Donald Trump's Wednesday declaration on Twitter that transgender people will no longer be allowed to serve in the military. Top Republicans such as Sens. Orrin Hatch, John McCain,...Show More Summary
"This is a slap in the face to trans service members."