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Tea Party Patriots: Republicans Should Vote No on H.R. 5038

Washington, DC – Jenny Beth Martin, Honorary Chairman of Tea Party Patriots Action, issued the following statement in advance of the expected vote on H.R. 5038, the “Farm Workforce Modernization Act of 2019”: “When H.R. 5038 comes to the floor this week, House Republicans should vote no. Not only would this legislation offer a backdoor to amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants, it would incentivize more people to break our immigration and labor laws. However well-intentioned some may be, illegal workers are engaging in a variety of crimes, including working without a proper visa, falsifying documents, violating our labor laws, tax ...

Tea Party Patriots’ Honorary Chairman, Jenny Beth Martin, Issues Statement on Articles of Impeachment 

Washington, DC – Jenny Beth Martin, Honorary Chairman of Tea Party Patriots Action, issued the following statement in response to House Democrats' decision to release two proposed articles of impeachment against President Trump: “The Democrats' decision to issue articles of impeachment against President Trump for 'obstruction of Congress' and 'abuse of power' is an unprecedented and dangerous attack on the separation of powers and executive privilege. Based on apparent Democrat standards of 'high crimes and misdemeanors,' nearly every previous American president could have been impeached and removed from office, beginning with George Washingt...

Tea Party Patriots Action Urges the U.S. Senate to Confirm The President’s Judicial Nominees

Atlanta, GA – Tea Party Patriots Action Honorary Chairman Jenny Beth Martin released the following statement today, urging the U.S. Senate to confirm all of President Trump’s judicial nominees. “President Trump is keeping his promise to nominate exceptionally qualified judges with a record of adhering to the Constitution and following the rule of law. But because Senate Democrats have engaged in an unprecedented campaign of obstruction, there are now more than 160 lower federal court vacancies – more than existed when President Trump first took office. Democrats must put aside their partisan, gridlock politics and join with their Republican ...