Republican Leaders Plans if They Take Over House in November

INTERVIEW ON THE PRICE OF BUSINESS SHOW, MEDIA PARTNER OF THIS SITE.

Recently Kevin Price, Host of the nationally syndicated Price of Business Show, interviewed Barbara Comstock.

Price and Comstock discuss the possibility of the GOP winning control of the US House in November and what the party’s agenda will look like if they do win.

Price and Comstock talk about the recent House Republican Caucus retreat in Florida, where Kevin McCarthy and Cathy McMorris Rodgers discussed what Republicans will do if they take back the House in November following Election Day. The gist of that event is that McCarthy and Cathy McMorris Rodgers want to make a real push of going after tech companies, like Facebook and Google, for alleged censorship.

As a former Republican Member of Congress, Barbara Comstock can discuss how the House GOP should instead turn their attention to “kitchen table” problems that Americans are actually facing – rather than hit tech companies that provide popular products.  GOP leaders should focus on inflation, curbing the pandemic, increasing our energy production (because of gas prices), helping small businesses, and other bedrock issues.

 

According to a statement:

“Antitrust law protects American consumers from low-quality goods and services, but Google’s products are highly innovative and free for everyone. The Justice Department’s misguided lawsuit stretches antitrust law beyond its breaking point and risks breaking the very products that Americans love and use every day.”

Barbara represented Virginia’s Tenth Congressional District, was a senior appointee in the Justice Department, and worked as a Congressional aide. Her election marked her as the first woman elected to that seat. She was named as one of the “Top Ten Most Effective Lawmakers” in the 115th Congress by the Center for Effective Lawmaking, a joint effort of the University of Virginia and Vanderbilt University.

According to a statement from Ms. Comstock, “During her time in Congress, Barbara was a leader on technology and cybersecurity issues, chairing the Science, Space, and Technology Committee’s Research and Technology subcommittee, as well as serving on the Joint Economic Committee, the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and the House Administration Committee. Her legislative achievements include passing legislation to promote women and disadvantaged populations in STEM, as well as expanding research in the technology space. Barbara also was the leader on anti-sexual harassment legislation in Congress, and legislation to tackle the opioid crisis and gang crime. She partnered with Senator McCain to reauthorize multi-year firefighter grants to increase innovation and public safety. While in Congress, Barbara was the only woman in the Virginia congressional delegation and the only Virginia member to chair a subcommittee.”

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