Fox Nation Tomi Blasts GOP 'Swamp Creatures' Opposing Trump Border Emergency: 'Why Do We Continue to Elect RINOs'
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On Fox Nation on Wednesday, Tomi Lahren ripped "border-blocking RINO" lawmakers who banded together to potentially give Congressional Democrats enough votes to pass legislation overriding President Trump's executive emergency declaration pertaining to the southern border.
"The House resolution to block President Trump’s emergency declaration already passed last week with 245 votes," Lahren said, adding that 13 Republicans broke ranks to support the bill.
Now, Republican Sens. Thom Tillis of North Carolina, Rand Paul of Kentucky, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine have reportedly decided to side with Democrats on the Senate version.
Lahren said Paul has his own principled reasons to block the declaration, so she does not consider him one of the "RINOs."
With all Democrats, including Independents Angus King of Maine and Bernie Sanders of Vermont, voting as one, the measure has enough support to pass.
"They have an “R” by their names but it might as well be a Christmas ornament, it means nothing. Clearly," Lahren said of the Republicans siding with Democrats.
"They don’t give a hoot about overreach or constitutional precedents. Those are convenient excuses," she said of all aisle-crossing Republicans, excluding Paul.
She said that the main problem Republicans are facing is that the voters continue to elect and re-elect such "RINOs" year after year.
"They campaign on things like border security and supporting Trump to get elected, then change course," Lahren said. "Why? Trump supporters, border hawks, patriots, hard-working Americans - why do we continue to elect RINOs who don’t uphold our values?"
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