Corey Gardner is a RINO who the pot heads in Colorado chose to vote into another 6 years in the Senate.
His response, a form letter, is tepid, and didn’t answer my friends question.
He merely responded that he would keep his comments in mind.
What kind of a jive ass answer is that from a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee?
A politician’s typical double speak, essentially a non answer.
These are the type of morons who must be contested by conservatives in upcoming primaries.
Well, in reality the House and Senate bills have no chance of being put into law until the Muslim is removed from the White House.
I’ve yet to hear from the Marx Brothers, Feinstein and Boxer and am not holding my breath. HA
Here is the boiler plate response I received from Milquetoast Cory.
Dear Mr. XXXXX
Thank you for contacting me regarding the Muslim Brotherhood.
I appreciate you taking the time to write. It is an honor to serve you in the United States Senate and I hope you will continue to write with your thoughts and ideas on moving our country forward.
On November 3, 2015, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) introduced S. 2230, the Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Designation Act of 2015, which would require the Secretary of State to submit a report to Congress regarding whether or not the Muslim Brotherhood should be designated as a foreign terrorist organization.
This legislation has been referred to the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations for further review.
The Muslim Brotherhood is an Islamic organization with a history of provoking violence and to various degrees, supporting radical Islamist groups throughout the Middle East.
The United States government should take all appropriate measures against radical Islamic terrorism and those who support them.
As we focus on fighting terrorism, we must also stay committed to supporting democracies around the world and continue to underscore the importance of democratic values.
Please rest assured, I will keep your thoughts in mind should this bill come to the Senate floor for a vote. Again, thank you for contacting me, and do not hesitate to do so again when an issue is important to you.