Today is Friday, May 15 and I am in Washington, DC to cast a vote against Speaker Pelosi's $3 Trillion hyper-partisan wish list of liberal agenda items. President Trump has already declared that Pelosi's wasteful bill is "D.O.A.-Dead on Arrival,” and I intend to help him defeat the Speaker's bill and to provide him with a vote to sustain his veto should it ever reach his desk.
Last Wednesday, at the invitation of House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson, I went to Worthington, Minnesota to participate in a press conference to focus attention on the current crisis in the pork industry that has been caused by the temporary closure of processing plants in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Washington DC- Congressman Steve King is releasing the text of a COVID-19 themed op-ed he has written from his home-office in Kiron, Iowa in order to make it widely available for publication by news outlets that wish to reproduce the work.
In recent weeks, the news has been grim. Mandatory shutdowns have closed off vast swaths of the nation’s economy, leaving many people at home to worry about their next paycheck and whether they will be able to pay their bills. People are being encouraged to wear masks in public because of the threat of infection that even routine tasks like going to the local grocery store may carry.
During my recently completed 39 county town hall tour of the 4th Congressional District, one of the issues that I discussed at nearly every stop was the importance of protecting the Renewable Fuel Standard’s volume obligations.
Thank you, President Trump.
President Trump once said “we will have so much winning … you may get bored with the winning.”
And you know what? Over the last couple of weeks, my shared agenda with the president has recorded one victory after another. We are winning, and we are winning big. And I’m not tired of winning yet.
Have you heard the news?
It is being reported that California’s junior senator, Kamala Harris, will soon introduce legislation that will lift the ban on illegal aliens working in congressional offices. What a dangerous and hypocritical proposal.
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