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Conservatism Takes A Giant Step Forward

The United States House of Representatives has voted in Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana as Speaker of the House. Mike Johnson is a Constitutional Attorney and a strong Christian conservative.

Johnson promised “As Speaker, I will ensure the House delivers results and inspires change for the American people,” he said. “We will restore trust in this body. We will advance a comprehensive conservative policy agenda, combat the harmful policies of the Biden administration, and support our allies abroad. And we will restore sanity to a government desperately in need of it. Let’s get back to work.”

Republicans unanimously voted for Johnson in a strong show of support after weeks of voting. Johnson won 220 votes, while House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries earned 209 votes from Democrats.

News of his speakership was widely praised by his Republican colleagues, such as Lauren Boebert of Colorado. “I can tell you, this nation is going to absolutely love Mike Johnson,” she said adding that “he is a true American patriot who has united our party and is going to help us Save America!”

“Despite the unhinged reactions from the swamp and their allies in the corporate media, House Republicans have proven once again what leadership looks like,” Heritage Foundation President Kevin Roberts said following the vote.

“Congratulations, Mr. Speaker,” he added. “This is a historic win for the conservative movement, and more importantly, a win for the American people. Heritage is ready to fight alongside you.”

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Kristin Whitesides
Kristin Whitesides
Oct 28, 2023

This excellent news has given me pause to be especially grateful!

LeRoy Cossette
LeRoy Cossette
Oct 29, 2023
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If he can just hold the line until the 2024 elections.

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