Paul Ryan has always been a half Republican at best.
Sure, he wears the suit and says all the things that he thinks that you are supposed to say but the way he caters towards the Democratic Party you would think his name was really Nancy Pelosi.
Paul Ryan is up to no good as he tries to sneak a favor past the house for Democrats.
Just before the Speaker of the House Paul Ryan leaves office, he is attempting to write an amnesty bill over the next few days.
Mr. Ryan might just ruin Republicans chances in the midterm election if they don’t shove him out the door very soon. All he is doing is making his people look like liars and frauds.
Rep Jim Jordan would be a much better choice to put in his place. House Republicans need to realize Jordan will not be pushed around quite so easily.
This is honestly starting to look hilarious has only a few days back Ryan said the FBI was correct when they spied on the Trump campaign. Thank God there has been multiple conversations over the last month about replacing Mr. Ryan.
From Breitbart News: Ryan suggested he would try to rush the bill to the floor. “Time is of the essence if we want to have a legislative process that we can control,” he said, referring to the group of 23 GOP legislators who threaten to use the discharge-petition process on June 25 to let Democrats pass their own amnesty.
The bill would reportedly provide an amnesty to at least 1.4 million illegals, and it does not include a cap to prevent fraud or subsequent waves of migrants hoping to join the next amnesty.
CNN reported mid-afternoon that Ryan’s legislation could be drafted “in the next few days.” The claim was made by Florida Rep. Chris Curbelo, a leader in the discharge-petition group whose district is dominated by Democratic-voting immigrant families who were brought into the United States by earlier amnesties.
“New: Curbelo tells me House leadership should have a draft of a DACA compromise in the next few days: “The next two or three days will be decisive in terms of whether or not people keep their word and support this framework” that has been negotiated, he said.”