Read More - Least Surprising News of the Day

While being questioned under oath in a lawsuit by Florida’s Attorney General, a top Biden ICE official admitted that the Biden Administration is deporting far fewer illegal immigrants, about 40% as many as Trump did in 2019, and one-seventh as many as Obama did in 2012.

That’s even worse than it sounds, since it compares only the numbers deported without taking into account how many more illegal immigrants were allowed to enter under Biden who were “caught and released” or who evaded capture entirely, and who are not among the deportees.

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody said the evidence gathered in the lawsuit so far shows that the Biden White House is “intentionally under-enforcing federal immigration law in a way that has never been seen,” and “flagrantly violating the very federal laws they swore to uphold.” She said they’re putting Border Patrol agents “in impossible and untenable positions,” making the border unsafe for agents and migrants alike, allowing in deadly drugs like fentanyl, and “at every phase of the process, Biden is purposely failing to enforce the law and detain and remove inadmissible immigrants.”

Here’s a suggested solution: Send all illegal border crossers directly to Martha’s Vineyard. That compassionate, liberal sanctuary city will make sure they’re all deported in less than 48 hours. The other is to remember this in November when we vote.

Read More - Biden's economy takes a full month of pay away

President Biden continues to insist that the economy is growing like crazy, and his policies are to credit for it, despite the fact that we are in a recession, but only if you use the definition of “recession” that until he came along was the universal definition of “recession.” He also claimed that there was no inflation in July, just because for once, inflation didn’t increase from the previous month, mostly because of a drop in gas prices that’s largely due to draining our strategic petroleum reserve and prices being so high that most people curtailed their driving (they’re still about a dollar higher per gallon than when Biden took office, though.)

However, this morning, stock prices took another plunge as Biden’s own Labor Department undercut his economic fairy tales by reporting that inflation rose more than expected in August. The consumer price index rose 8.3% from one year ago and 0.1% from the previous month. Economists had predicted an 8.1% yearly rise and a monthly price decline of 0.1%. Gas prices are down, but food prices continue to rise. Grocery prices were up 0.7% just since July, and restaurant prices rose 0.9% from the previous month.

https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/inflation-rose-august-prices-gains-slow-remain-near-record-high

To put that into perspective, 8.3% of your salary is about one-twelfth of it. So if you’re making the same pay now as you did last year, higher prices have robbed you of a full month of your yearly pay. If you buy the same things this year as you did last year, inflation has made it like trying to pay for it with 11 months’ worth of pay instead of 12 months’ worth.

With perfect timing, Biden had planned to use today to stage a victory lap for passing the Dems’ ironically named “Inflation Reduction Act,” which doesn’t reduce inflation at all but does put hundreds of billions of dollars in their green cronies’ pockets and hire 87,000 new IRS auditors to shake it out of our pockets.

The fact is that any job “growth” that Biden is patting himself on the back for came from either reopening the artificially shut-down economy or the boom in red states that are defying his policies. Imagine what the economic numbers would look like if they only took blue states into account!

Related: A new survey by the Job Creators Network Foundation found that 57% of small business owners believe we are already in a recession. Only 30% rate the economy as good or excellent. And 70% oppose adding 87,000 more IRS agents, because they know they’re not just going to target billionaires; they’ll be going after small businesses.

https://hotair.com/headlines/2022/09/12/small-business-owners-recession-is-already-here-n495850

Read More - Huck PAC crosses $3,000,000 mark in donations to candidates

Today, Huck PAC is pleased to announce the support of these pro-life Republicans:

$5,000 Karoline Leavitt for U.S. House (NH-1)

$5,000 Robert Burns for U.S. House (NH-2)

$5,000 Mike France for U.S. House (CT-2)

$5,000 Aaron Bean for U.S. House (FL-4)

$5,000 Cory Mills for U.S. House (FL-7)

$5,000 Scotty Moore for U.S. House (FL-9)

$5,000 Calvin Wimbish for U.S. House (FL-10)

$5,000 Laurel Lee for U.S. House (FL-15)

$5,000 Carlos Gimenez for U.S. House (FL-28)

$5,000 Nick Lalota for U.S. House (NY-1)

$5,000 George Santos for U.S. House (NY-3)

$5,000 Mike Lawler for U.S. House (NY-17)

$5,000 Brandon Williams for U.S. House (NY-22)

$5,000 Nick Langworthy for U.S. House (NY-23)

$5,000 Ron Johnson for U.S. Senate (WI)

$5,000 Brian Steil for U.S. House (WI-1)

$5,000 Derrick Van Orden for U.S. House (WI-3)

$5,000 Scott Fitzgerald for U.S. House (WI-5)

$5,000 Glenn Grothman for U.S. House (WI-6)

$5,000 Tom Tiffany for U.S. House (WI-7)

$5,000 Mike Gallagher for U.S. House (WI-8)

$5,000 Alison Hayden for U.S. House (CA-14)

$5,000 John Gibbs for U.S. House (MI-3)

$5,000 Tamika Hamilton for U.S. House (CA-6)

This year Huck PAC has directly contributed $3,053,000 to over 450 candidates and causes.

To view our endorsements in your state, go here. Thank you as always for your continued interest in Huck PAC.

Want to help? DONATE $5 HERE to keep us going.

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Today, Huck PAC is pleased to announce the support of these pro-life Republicans:

Kelly Tshibaka for U.S. Senate $5,000 (AK)

David Schweikert for U.S. House $5,000 (AZ-1)

Tom Barrett for U.S. House $5,000 (MI-7)

Sam Peters for U.S. House $5,000 (NV-4)

Chuck Edwards for U.S. House $5,000 (NC-11)

Pat Harrigan for U.S. House $5,000 (NC-14)

Dan Newhouse for U.S. House $5,000 (WA-4)

Jeremy Shaffer for U.S. House $5,000 (PA-17)

Jim Bognet for U.S. House $5,000 (PA-8)

Brad Finstad for U.S. House $5,000 (MN-1)

Christine Villaverde for U.S. House $5,000 (NC-2)

Mayra Flores for U.S. House $5,000 (TX-34)

Cassy Garcia for U.S. House $5,000 (TX-28)

Tyler Kistner for U.S. House $5,000 (MN-2)

Amanda Adkins for U.S. House $5,000 (KS-3)

Ryan Guillen for State House (TX-31) $5,000

Janie Lopez for State House (TX-35) $5,000

Katherine Parker for State House (TX-74) $5,000

Angie Button for State House (TX-112) $5,000

John Lujan for State House (TX-115) $5,000

Jamee Jolly for State House (TX- 70) $5,000

Adam Hinojosa for State Senate (TX-27) $5,000

This year Huck PAC has directly contributed $2,818,800 to over 400 candidates and causes.

To view our endorsements in your state, go here. Thank you as always for your continued interest in Huck PAC.

Want to help? DONATE $5 HERE to keep us going.

"The Unifying Party"

August 29, 2022

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Watch the Chairman of the Democratic National Committee on national TV embrace and echo President Biden in smearing tens of millions of Republicans as “extremists” and “semi-Fascists” who are launching a “full-frontal attack” on “our freedoms as a people.”

https://redstate.com/nick-arama/2022/08/28/dnc-chair-triples-down-with-biden-demonizing-millions-of-americans-as-semi-fascist-n619244

And just to make it clear who’s blowing hot gas, here’s what happened when some leftist protesters showed up to attack a peaceful rally by supporters of the mother of slain January 6th protester Ashli Babbitt. Yes, Joe, these are YOUR people. See if you can figure out who the violent, vile, divisive extremists are in this scenario.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/08/disgusting-crazed-leftists-descend-ashlis-babbitts-mothers-rally-outside-dc-gitmo-scream-ashli-deserved-die-fk-jesus-exclusive-video/

 Don't forget to vote this November, your vote matters.

Read More - Huck PAC invests in Pennsylvania, Iowa, Mississippi and Virginia Republicans

Today, Huck PAC is pleased to announce the support of these pro-life Republicans:

$5,000   Dan Meuser for U.S. House (PA-9)

$5,000   Scott Perry for U.S. House (PA-10)

$5,000   Lloyd Smucker for U.S. House (PA-11)

$5,000 John Joyce for U.S. House (PA-13)

$5,000   Guy Reschenthaler for U.S. House (PA-14)

$5,000   Glenn Thompson for U.S. House (PA-15)

$5,000 Mike Kelly for U.S. House (PA-16)

$5,000 Marianette Miller-Meeks for U.S. House (IA-1)

$5,000   Michael Guest for U.S. House (MS-3)

$5,000   Morgan Griffith for U.S. House (VA-9)

This year Huck PAC has directly contributed $2,758,800  to 409 candidates and causes.

To view our endorsements in your state, go here. Thank you as always for your continued interest in Huck PAC.

Want to help? DONATE $5 HERE to keep us going.

 

Read More - Michigan needs new leadership
Michigan, as much or more than any state in America needs new leadership. Tudor Dixon and Shane Hernandez will be a strong and effective conservative force for the good people of Michigan. Strong on life and the 2nd Amendment they will protect and fight for Michigan’s values—not those of the far left. Determined to lead Michigan forward, they will reduce the personal income tax, emphasize trade and workforce training, slash regulations and corporate welfare and open up Michigan’s businesses, large and small. I’m proud to lend my endorsement and support to them and hope the voters of Michigan take the steering wheel of the automotive capital of the world and let Tudor Dixon and Shane Hernandez take the great state of Michigan toward freedom and prosperity.
Read More - Huck PAC announces a new $100,000 round of investment in pro-life Republicans

Today, Huck PAC is pleased to announce the support of these pro-life Republicans:

$5,000   Matt Gaetz for U.S. House (FL-1) 

$5,000   Neal Dunn for U.S. House (FL-2) 

$5,000   Kat Cammack for U.S. House (FL-3) 

$5,000   John Rutherford for U.S. House (FL-5) 

$5,000   Michael Waltz for U.S. House (FL-6) 

$5,000   Bill Posey for U.S. House (FL-8) 

$5,000   Daniel Webster for U.S. House (FL-11) 

$5,000   Gus Bilirakis for U.S. House (FL-12) 

$5,000   Vern Buchanan for U.S. House (FL-16) 

$5,000   Greg Steube for U.S. House (FL-17) 

$5,000   Scott Franklin for U.S. House (FL-18) 

$5,000   Byron Donalds for U.S. House (FL-19) 

$5,000   Brian Mast for U.S. House (FL-21) 

$5,000   Andrew Garbarino for U.S. House (NY-2)  

$5,000 Elizabeth Joy for U.S. House (NY-20) 

$5,000 Elise Stefanik for U.S. House (NY-21) 

$5,000 Claudia Tenney for U.S. House (NY-24) 

$5,000 Harriet Hageman for U.S. House (WY-ATL) 

$5,000 Leora Levy for U.S. Senate (CT) 

$5,000 Gerald Malloy for U.S. Senate (VT) 

This year Huck PAC has directly contributed $2,708,800 to 380 candidates and causes.

To view our endorsements in your state, go here. Thank you as always for your continued interest in Huck PAC.

Want to help? DONATE $5 HERE to keep us going.

 

Read More - Huck PAC invests in Illinois, New Hampshire, Mississippi, Arkansas, Pennsylvania and Iowa

Today, Huck PAC is pleased to announce the support of these pro-life Republicans:

Julie Mayberry for State Representative (AR-92) $2,900 General

Bryan King for State Senate (AR-28 $2,900) General

Regan Deering for Congress (IL-13) $5,000, 

Robert Burns for Congress (NH-2) $5,000 Primary

Clint Penzo for State Senate (AR-31) $2,900 General

Justin Boyd for State Senate (AR-8) $2,900 General

Tyler Dees for State Senate (AR-35) $2,900 General

John Payton for State Senate (AR-22) $2,900 General

Steve Crowell for State Senate (AR-3) $2,900 General

Josh Bryant for State Senate (AR-32) $2,900 General

Jeremiah Moore for State Representative (AR-61) $2,900 General

Mark McElroy for State Representative (AR-62) $2,900 General

Mehmet Oz for U.S. Senate (PA) $5,000

Kim Reynolds for Governor (IA) $25,000

Kendra Moore for State Representative (AR-23) $2,900 General

This year Huck PAC has directly contributed $2,608,800 to 363 candidates and causes.

To view our endorsements in your state, go here. Thank you as always for your continued interest in Huck PAC.

Want to help? DONATE $5 HERE to keep us going.

Read More - Huck PAC invests in Arizona, Washington, Michigan, Arizona, Arkansas and Missouri

Today, Huck PAC is pleased to announce the support of these pro-life Republicans in Washington, Michigan, Arizona, Arkansas and Missouri:

Cathy McMorris Rodgers for U.S. House (WA-5) $5,000

Blake Masters for U.S. Senate (Arizona) $5,000

Andy Biggs for U.S. House (AZ-5) $5,000

Jack Bergman for U.S. House (MI-1) $5,000

John Moolenaar for U.S. House (MI-2) $5,000

Bill Huizenga for U.S. House (MI-4) $5,000

Tim Walberg for U.S. House (MI-5) $5,000

Lisa McClain for U.S. House (MI-9) $5,000

John James for U.S. House (MI-10) $5,000

Eric Schmitt for U.S. Senate (Missouri) $5,000

Ann Wagner for U.S. House (MO-2) $5,000

Blaine Luetkemeyer for U.S. House (MO-3) $5,000

Sam Graves for U.S. House (MO-6) $5,000

Jason Smith for U.S. House (MO-8) $5,000

Debbie Lesko for U.S. House (AZ-8) $5,000

Paul Gosar for U.S. House (AZ-9) $5,000

Eddie Howard for County Judge (Pike County, Arkansas) $2,900

Katherine Dudley for Justice of the Peace (Little Rock, AR) $2,900

This year Huck PAC has directly contributed $2,462,400 to 334 candidates and causes.

To view our endorsements in your state, go here. Thank you as always for your continued interest in Huck PAC.

Want to help? DONATE $5 HERE to keep us going.