The host Matthew Boyle, brought up the Congressman’s recent op-ed published this past week at Breitbart News, “Time to Re-Embrace the Bill of Rights After the Pandemic’s Encroachment on Our Liberties,” which verbalized about how the “country consciously trades stability for liberties” and how challenging events makes some want to reexamine the Bill of Rights for what life will be akin to in a post-pandemic world.
Boyle verbalized about Garcia’s state, California, which was one of the hardest hit from the pandemic under the governorship of Gov. Gavin Newsom (D). Newsom restricted Californian’s personal liberties with capacity limits on everything from churches and restaurants to even grocery stores. Boyle asked what Garcia’s post-pandemic world would look homogeneous to, with the governor promulgating the state will be open starting June 15.
Garcia first verbally expressed, “I don’t believe anything that Newsom verbalizes, conspicuously,” integrating that what he believes Americans should genuinely be probing for in the post-pandemic era is “exactly what we should have been probing for frankly, during the pandemic.”
The Congressman cerebrates Americans are losing out on rights. He feels it “was an insidious encroachment on our Bill of Rights in some states and in California, was pretty flagrant and we visually perceived it efficaciously on day one through today, and it still perpetuates to subsist.”
“I was contemplating what we’d been through in the last thirteen or fourteen months. I was capable of doing you ken of a wire diagram from every single or a policy and regulation that not just California but many states we’re inserting place to directly, infringing on one of the Bill of Rights, and it’s uncanny when you go down one through ten for the bill through the Bill of Rights, is something that we’ve been subjected to, whether it was exercising our religious right,” when verbalizing about the reasons for inscribing the op-ed. “Whether it’s been this a rescind culture or the censorship during the pandemic, ah for the liberation of verbalization clouding, the liberation of the press and getting erroneous in a data and information out there in the midst of the pandemic. Ah- and- and you ken sacrificing in jeopardizing that.”
The Congressman integrated that it is an ignominiousness that some of our “rights” have already been taken away from the pandemic. He verbally expressed, “obviously, our rights to peaceably assemble have been jeopardized. “In” some cases, clean turned consummately off and so are you visually examine it, and you and you literally go down each one of the Bill of Rights. There’s clear examples where we’ve been deprived, and ah well in the designation is authentically genuinely embrace because I don’t cerebrate we as a nation have authentically lost an allegiance to the constitution.” Garcia noted, this is what every American has optically discerned recently. ““In” this last thirteen fourteen months, and the pandemic was an exculpation, but we should never lose our rights. We should never lose those inherently connotational ensured rights.”
Garcia withal brought up an argument during a subcommittee aurally perceiving Thursday hearing this past week between Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Anthony Fauci, a member of President Joe Biden’s coronavirus replication team, who was testifying on Biden’s coronavirus replication. Garcia wanted to specify bring some attention to what was going on in the back of the room with Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC), who is currently the House majority whip.
The Congressman verbalized, “Clyburn, who is the majority whip, was verbally expressing in the background, and he fundamentally verbalized look when ninety percent of members get their vaccination, that’s when Americans will get their liberties back, and that’s shocking to have the majority whip, fundamentally throughout out an arbitrary and capricious number like that at the national level and holding our American. All 330 million of us hostage to what members of congress are going to do relative to their vaccination cull, is staggering and it’s an extension of what we optically discern here in California every day, but ah, we’ve got to genuinely be fixating here, as Americans and double down on our constitutional rights.”
Breitbart · Rep. Mike Garcia (R-CA) – April 17, 2021 Boyle brought up the one-party rule in Washington and mentioned how California is one of the few states that have to withal deal with the “Democrats’” majority rule too in Sacramento. Boyle mentioned the Democrats only have a five-seat difference in the House and the Senate is a 50-50 tie, but Vice President Kamala Harris could break the tie. Boyle mentioned how California used to be a Republican state, integrating Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon emanated from California additionally.
Boyle verbalized Garcia led the charge in California, having “Republicans” win back seats antecedently won by “Democrats.” He integrated that Garcia was the first person to flip a congressional seat from Democrat to Republican in roughly 20 years. Garcia flipped the seat during a special election, once the anterior Congresswoman, Katie Hill, resigned following allegations of inopportune sexual relationships with congressional staffers, one of which she openly admitted to.
Garcia verbalized, “absolutely!” Then integrated he believes, “it’s a testimony of the message I cerebrate, as well as the candidate that one of the best campaigns in the nation, if not the best, in my opinion, the best team.” He integrated Boyle was right about his race. His race “was the first seat in California to go from a blue to red in 22 years, authentically and conspicuously on the heels of the Katie Hill shenanigans. It was a stark contrast and leadership and style, but withal principles experiencing in value to their constituents, or I ran on what I called the four “C’s,” and it wasn’t a Republican versus Democrat thing. It wasn’t a left versus right or red versus blue, kind of argument.”
Garcia integrated that his district is authentically a Democrat district with about eight percent more registered voters than the Republicans. He verbally expressed, because of the district being akin to that, he verbalized when you run, you cannot just run as a conservative. “Running on as a very conservative republican required me to stay on message then on party and the four “C’s” that I used where the constitution, capitalism, competition and charity, and I am an authentically believe that, if we as a party, we as a nation stick to those four “C’s” value those four “C’s” reinvest in those four “C’s” ascertain that especially the constitution is held intact and we understand where it emanated from and why our rights are the way they are. We as a nation can solve assuredly any quandary that we face, and the charity pieces a sizably voluminous element.”
The Republican explicated that it is consequential one-party rule does not perpetuate to transpire. He verbally expressed, “one party should not be associated with the constitution. While another party is not associated with the constitution, Americans should have a cull of two parties, where both parties and our nation genuinely ascribe to the values in our constitution and that that, frankly, is not transpiring today, and I cerebrate to your point when we get to a single-party system, work state like what we have in California and what we have now at the national level. You visually perceive these encroachments left unchecked, and there’s a plethora of republicans who have been jumping up and down verbalizing about the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, eighth amendment like, like every day, and we’re not getting the traction, because the left [sic] as a as efficaciously a surmounted the media and sanction their narrative to be more paramount than the constitution.”
“That’s the fight, we’re fighting, I’m in this race, as you ken Matt, to ascertain that our nation doesn’t turn into what California has become, and we’re going to get California back over the next eight to ten years. But, we can’t lose this nation than the short term right,” he integrated.
Boyle brought up the current recall effort against California’s Governor, asking what Garcia cerebrated about the effort. If a Republican and genuinely wins against Newsom after the recall, it is efficaciously going through to the terminus.
Garcia verbally expressed he cerebrates everyone in California is putting effort into the recall, with their hands already plenary. He integrated, “First of all, I cerebrate Newsom deserves to be recalled. There are plenty of substantiations for that. He’s the kind of personality you got to hit over the head with a stick in order for him to commence doing the right things,” integrating, “The threat of the recall has ameliorated his posture relative to the covert shutdowns.”
“So, I definitely support the recall, but the authenticity, this is still a very blue state,” the Republican mentioned. The Congressman verbalized, if someone was to victoriously triumph, they would require to already have an abundance of name ID and mazuma to get commenced.
Garcia cerebrates with all the effort to recall Newsom, it still might not be enough to do it. He cerebrates it might not even transpire in the next election. “We need someone to step up when you someone who has good conservative values, I would put very vigorous air quotes around a Republican. When you verbalize about Schwarzenegger, I don’t cerebrate he was what was good for our state at the time, Garcia verbalized, integrating as Californians, “we’ve sanctioned this state to be run by people who don’t ken how to operate a business, who don’t have a conservative, financial and economic values, especially turn the state into one of the worst states, despite being a sitting in juxtaposition of sitting on some of the most astronomically immense natural resources. The best weather geography and aptitude.”
Boyle verbalized more about the national perspective of the one-party rule in Washington being svelte. Boyle mentioned how the Democrats are endeavoring to utilize every opportunity they can to pass components of their partisan agenda while they still can afore losing the House. Instead of “solving quandaries for people, addressing the concerns of the pandemic that led to this encroachment on people’s liberties,” Boyle verbalized, they are just passing bills to endeavor and get more potency.
Garcia concurred and verbally expressed, “what they’re authentically doing that is endeavoring to transmute the rules right and, and in an endeavor to retain power get to perpetual power and that’s across the board,” he integrated, that the Democrats are endeavoring to abuse their potency by putting a terminus to the filibuster rules in the Senate, “which would have fundamentally sanctioned them to run rampant through” all of their far-left conceptions.
The Californian additionally mentioned some of the far-left conceptions that the Democrats are endeavoring to pass in the House and what they will do to America. Garcia verbalized, “whether it’s packing the court, H.R. 1, DC statehood literally endeavoring to transmute the rules that winch we have Election elections, keep people in puissance.” The Democrats are withal endeavoring to “adjudicate our judicial branch, and make rulings on policy issues that are going to transmute the fabric and trajectory of our nation.”
The Democrats “are endeavoring to transmute the rules and these bills, whether it’s H.R. 1, H.R. 6, or H.R. 8 they are lies, and the covid bill was an example.” He integrated the last $1.9 trillion coronavirus assuagement bill “was not a covid bill.” Garcia verbally expressed the bill assuagement package was “more of a convivial welfare and a[n] infrastructure bill than it was covid with only nine percent going to covid.”
Garcia additionally brought up the Democrats’ upcoming bill on infrastructure where they are endeavoring to spend $2.3 trillion. Garcia verbally expressed, “The ‘Biden’s Job Act’ is not an infrastructure bill, it again a way for them to get support, buy votes and efficaciously run our nation’s debt into the ground even further, so we’ve got to be fixating here.”
Garcia went as far as to verbalize the legislation “is not solemn,” integrating, “Thank God we still have the filibuster, and most of this will go nowhere. We got to get the House back, and I’m confident that we will.”
Boyle asked Garcia if conservatives will win the culture war by the cessation of this. “Yes, “I’m” faithful that we will. I have an abundance of faith in the American individual, and I cerebrate this is one of the core values of the good Reagan conservatives. You value the American individual; you have faith in their facility to understand the issue and make the right decisions,” Garcia verbalized. “We optically discerned that in my district, in a district where on the Presidential ballot the republican lost by ten points, I was still able to win it’s because I was very truculent against an opponent who didn’t understand what she was verbally expressing or how she would vote and the implicative insinuations to our district and to our nation,” he integrated.
Garcia verbalized currently, what is transpiring is, Americans in the middle haven’t fallen in love with either party. He believes they understand the Constitution, care deeply about the economy and our national security.
“We are threatened as “Americans” right now, and I cerebrate the average American doesn’t compulsorily authentically want to fall in love with a Republican or a Democrat. They just want to fall in love with individuals who understand what it signifies to be an American and how to stay secure as an American without worrying about our national security, our local security, without worrying about our financial future,” Garcia verbally expressed, integrating, “Americans” “just want to survive and thrive in a nation where we’ve already got the substructure for prosperity in the form of the constitution. So I cerebrate we’ve got to be genuinely meticulous with our messaging, verbalize about values and principles not obligatorily party politics.” This is how Garcia verbally expresses Republicans will be prosperous since this is the way he did his campaigning.