Elon Musk featured at Kevin McCarthy’s GOP retreat in Wyoming

m.knox

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Is there anything more disturbing to @NJPSU than Elon Musk stumping for republicans.......

One thing is for sure, it won't shake @rumble_lion 's enthusiasm.......

https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-brie...ed-at-kevin-mccarthys-gop-retreat-in-wyoming/

Billionaire Elon Musk spoke at a Republican retreat hosted by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) in Wyoming on Tuesday.

The event came on the same day that Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), the former No. 3 House Republican, lost a primary challenge to Harriet Hageman, who was supported by former President Trump and McCarthy.

A source familiar with the retreat confirmed Musk’s attendance at the event, which included Republican candidates and supporters.

Rep. Tony Gonzalez (R-Texas) posted a photo of himself and Musk shaking hands on Tuesday, with the caption: “We should be actively inspiring great things.”

Morgan Ortagus, a commentator and former spokesperson for the Department of State, also posted a photo with Musk on Tuesday, tagging Jackson Hole, Wyo., on Instagram.

According to Fox News, McCarthy and Musk led a closed-press “fireside chat” with supporters.

Musk has donated to both Republicans and Democrats in the past and has donated to McCarthy’s campaign dating back to 2011, according to Federal Election Commission data.

But the billionaire has said that until this year he had only voted for Democrats. The first Republican he voted for was Rep. Mayra Flores (R-Texas) in a special election in June.
 

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Is there anything more disturbing to @NJPSU than Elon Musk stumping for republicans.......

One thing is for sure, it won't shake @rumble_lion 's enthusiasm.......

https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-brie...ed-at-kevin-mccarthys-gop-retreat-in-wyoming/

Billionaire Elon Musk spoke at a Republican retreat hosted by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) in Wyoming on Tuesday.

The event came on the same day that Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), the former No. 3 House Republican, lost a primary challenge to Harriet Hageman, who was supported by former President Trump and McCarthy.

A source familiar with the retreat confirmed Musk’s attendance at the event, which included Republican candidates and supporters.

Rep. Tony Gonzalez (R-Texas) posted a photo of himself and Musk shaking hands on Tuesday, with the caption: “We should be actively inspiring great things.”

Morgan Ortagus, a commentator and former spokesperson for the Department of State, also posted a photo with Musk on Tuesday, tagging Jackson Hole, Wyo., on Instagram.

According to Fox News, McCarthy and Musk led a closed-press “fireside chat” with supporters.

Musk has donated to both Republicans and Democrats in the past and has donated to McCarthy’s campaign dating back to 2011, according to Federal Election Commission data.


But the billionaire has said that until this year he had only voted for Democrats. The first Republican he voted for was Rep. Mayra Flores (R-Texas) in a special election in June.

I'm not a dem or republican.
 

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So Deacon Hermy is now singing Elon Musk's praises after rooting against Musk and Tesla in scores of posts? Wonder why. Could it have anything to do with Musk appearing at a GOP conference?

Poor Hermster ...
 
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m.knox

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Speaking of dumbasses, you needed to put a comma after the word "Man" in order for that brief sentence to make English sense.

Hermy being Hermy. #WIDENERDROPOUT

Put the comma up your arse along with your butt plug and enjoy it like you always do... Two blue guys for me.
 

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An altered state
Is there anything more disturbing to @NJPSU than Elon Musk stumping for republicans.......

One thing is for sure, it won't shake @rumble_lion 's enthusiasm.......

https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-brie...ed-at-kevin-mccarthys-gop-retreat-in-wyoming/

Billionaire Elon Musk spoke at a Republican retreat hosted by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) in Wyoming on Tuesday.

The event came on the same day that Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), the former No. 3 House Republican, lost a primary challenge to Harriet Hageman, who was supported by former President Trump and McCarthy.

A source familiar with the retreat confirmed Musk’s attendance at the event, which included Republican candidates and supporters.

Rep. Tony Gonzalez (R-Texas) posted a photo of himself and Musk shaking hands on Tuesday, with the caption: “We should be actively inspiring great things.”

Morgan Ortagus, a commentator and former spokesperson for the Department of State, also posted a photo with Musk on Tuesday, tagging Jackson Hole, Wyo., on Instagram.

According to Fox News, McCarthy and Musk led a closed-press “fireside chat” with supporters.

Musk has donated to both Republicans and Democrats in the past and has donated to McCarthy’s campaign dating back to 2011, according to Federal Election Commission data.


But the billionaire has said that until this year he had only voted for Democrats. The first Republican he voted for was Rep. Mayra Flores (R-Texas) in a special election in June.
They didn’t put in the best quote of his. “The Republicans need to stay out of people’s bedrooms and the Democrats need to stay out of people’s wallets!”
 
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rumble_lion

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Rs encourage immigration......legal immigration, schmuck.

Just going by what I see.

With last week’s vote in the House of Representatives on hardline immigration legislation from GOP Rep. Bob Goodlatte of Virginia, about three-fourths of Republicans in both the House and Senate have voted this year to cut legal immigration by about 40%. That would represent, by far, the largest reduction in legal immigration since Congress voted in 1924 to virtually shut off immigration for the next four decades.​
And while each of the bills this year to slash legal immigration ultimately fell short of passage, their preponderant support among Republicans marked a telling shift in the GOP’s center of gravity: The last time Congress seriously considered cuts in legal immigration during the 1990s, about three-fourths of Senate Republicans, and about one-third of House Republicans, opposed it.​

Here is Tucker Carlson saying that immigrants make our country poor and dirty.