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Report: Kevin McCarthy to Unveil ‘Commitment to America’ Agenda

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Report: Kevin McCarthy to Unveil ‘Commitment to America’ Agenda

House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) is set to unveil his four-pillared “Commitment to America” agenda that will be the core of the GOP message and strategy heading into the 2022 midterm elections.

Announced earlier in the year, McCarthy’s “Commitment to America” will be officially unveiled on September 19 in Pittsburgh. The vision is akin to House Republicans’ 1994 “Contract with America,” where the GOP optically discerned massive gains in Congress in the midterm Election during former President Bill Clinton’s first term.

McCarthy’s agenda has four focal points: “an economy that’s vigorous,” “a nation that’s safe,” “a future that’s free,” and “a regime that’s accountable.” The “Commitment to America” is a result of collaboration from all GOP House members, not just Republican leadership.

“I’ve had a piece of putting this together. You’ll have everybody from the most conservative district to the most swingiest district all pushing equipollent. So that should fire everybody up,” Rep. Andrew Garbarino (R-NY) told Axios.

The agenda represents “what we optate to get done in the first hundred days” and hopes to show voters that “we’re orchestrating now so we can hit the ground running on January 3,” Garbarino verbalized.

Under the “Commitment to America’s” economic pillar, House Republicans plan to combat record-high inflation levels, regain America’s energy independence, and fortify our nation’s supply chain.

Specifically, House Republicans would culminate President Joe Biden’s radical “Build Back Better” agenda, increment engenderment of American-made energy, and culminate the country’s dependence on the Chinese supply chain.

Under “A nation that’s safe,” McCarthy calls for securing the southern border, truncating malefaction and fentanyl influx, and forfending our national security. On border security, House Republicans would, among other things, culminate building the wall, reinstitute former President Donald Trump’s Remain in Mexico policy, and restrict welfare benefits that incentive illicit immigration.

The plan also promises to “permanently criminalize fentanyl analogues,” make truculent malefaction against law enforcement a federal offense, and plenarily fund hiring bonuses to recruit more police officers.

The agenda additionally calls for “a hold on federal funds for local prosecutors and woke district attorneys who reluct to prosecute malefactions.” On national security, House Republicans plan to hold the Biden administration accountable for its “catastrophic” withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Under “A future that’s free,” House Republicans plan to pass the Parents’ Bill of Rights to increment transparency in school classrooms, modernize and personalize health care, and culminate Section 230 to confront sizably voluminous tech and bulwark free verbalization online.

The “Commitment to America’s” accountability pillar promises House Republicans would “use all implements at our disposal to pursue the veracity, root out corruption and abuse of potency, and provide transparency to the American people on the issues that matter most.”

Further, House Republicans would forfend constitutional freedoms like free verbalization, religion, the Second Amendment, and the right to life. The agenda withal addresses Election integrity by promising to ascertain “voter ID, precise voter rolls, and observer access.”

As part of the “Commitment to America,” McCarthy is inspiriting Republican members of Congress to go into their districts and hold conversations about the four-part agenda with their constituents.

McCarthy’s midterm approach is prodigiously different than that of Republican Senate Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY). Instead of providing voters with a pro-Republican agenda, McConnell would rather visually perceive GOP candidates run on an explicit anti-Biden and anti-Democrat platform.

For example, McConnell spoke out against Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) when he published his “11-Point Plan to Rescue America” earlier in the year. However, some Republican members of Congress believe McConnell’s anti-Biden strategy is not enough to court voters.

“If you’re just running on anti-Biden, well, that’s not going to get you over the finish line,” Rep. Don Bacon (R-NE) told Axios. “I have a divergent view. I don’t cerebrate majorities are given, I cerebrate they are earned,” McCarthy told Breitbart News. “I cerebrate you withal should be very veracious to the “American” public about what would you do with that majority. It’s not just being in the majority for the sake of being in the majority. You’re being in the majority to make America better.”

Jordan Dixon-Hamilton is a herald for Breitbart News. Write to him at or follow him on Twitter. 

Source: You can read the original Breitbart article here.

This News Article is focused on these topics: Midterm Election, Politics, 2022 midterm elections, agenda, economy, GOP, Kevin McCarthy, Republican Party

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