Biden’s DOJ, Dept. of Education and coronavirus policies are top targets for House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy should the GOP retake the U.S. House during the midterms this Nov., according to a big list of priorities that his office sent exclusively to one conservative reporter.
“We have sent preservation requests and will be ready to start on day one to use the tools to get answers that Americans are demanding,” a McCarthy spokesman said.
McCarthy’s office mentioned “politically motivated actions” by the Dept. of Education “planning with the school board association to go after parents as white nationalist terrorists” as top priorities. The whole of President Biden’s covid reply is also on the table. McCarthy wants to pursue answers about the sources of covid, failures in the Joe Biden testing program and continuing classroom closures, and Biden health officials not accepting natural immunity in their guidance.
“Biden guards liberal activists but ignores rising crime. Biden has opened our border, supported mandates that harmed students and parental rights, allowed Big Tech to censor conservatives, and has overseen leaks of private details on Americans under his watch,” McCarthy said.
McCarthy’s office rounded out the list with promises to investigate border policies “that have caused a record amount of illegals coming across the border along with crime.”
“Dems in Congress have gotten around real accountability for too long while protecting this Administration from answering hard questions,” a spokesman said.
Republicans will not stop there, according to McCarthy’s blueprint, they will go after big tech and corporate liberals, which he says they “see as being at war with free speech, getting woke, or doing the bidding of China.”
“Biden pledged to unite the nation, but instead he has done everything he can to divide Americans, go after his political enemies, and hide his failures – with one being a costly economic policy that grew America’s deficits and inflation,” McCarthy said.
McCarthy slammed Joe Biden for many other issues, including his unwillingness to take action on crime, the open border agenda, inflation, and the vaccine mandates.
McCarthy could become the House Speaker can win back the U.S. House in the midterms. He has been leading the GOP since 2019. Before becoming leader, he was House Majority Leader from 2014 to 2015.