GOP Rep.'s strategy is to seek 'common ground' with D.C. Democrats - listen!
After lighting her 'Trump Loyalty Card' ablaze (so to speak) her first week in office, SC US Rep. Nancy Mace took it a step further with a letter of condemnation of the President then seemingly tripled down in what's become a somewhat controversial Meet the Press interview where she expressed feeling 'encouraged' by corporations who are 'doing the right thing' by defunding GOP members who voted to object to certifying the 2020 Election results.
I asked how this is any different than her Democrat colleagues attempting to cancel some GOP members, like Texas Senator Ted Cruz (see below AOC tweet), or all conservatives for that matter, who supported Trump's Presidency and who continue to question the still unseen in a court of law 2020 election integrity evidence housed HERE.
Catch that answer and more in our full 'Kelly Golden Show' interview below:
Congresswoman Nancy Mace (SC-01) on Friday issued the following statement urging the House Oversight Committee to open an investigation into this week’s securities exchange events:
“Individual investors should have access to the same tools and resources the big firms have, and should follow the same rules. Any interference in the free markets, either from big government or big business, is wrong. The stories this week concerning the stock market, stock brokerages actions, and continued big tech censorship are all troubling. As a new member of the House Oversight Committee, I call on Chairwoman Maloney to use her broad jurisdiction and discretion to have the Committee investigate this matter.”