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Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Applauds House for Passing Tax Bill, Calls for Obamacare Individual Mandate Repeal

Atlanta, GA – Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Chairman Jenny Beth Martin released the following statement today, reacting to the House of Representatives’ passage of a bill to reform our tax code. “Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund and our network of grassroots activists applaud the House for passing a comprehensive tax reform bill that will allow Americans to keep more of their hard-earned paychecks and help stimulate economic growth that will benefit every citizen. While the House bill would go a long way toward reforming our tax code to make it flatter, simpler and fairer, we will work with our Tax Reform Coalition activists and partners ...

Martin: Franken Allegations “Revolting,” Congress Must Be Transparent About Taxpayer-Funded Sexual Misconduct Payments

Atlanta, GA – Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Chairman Jenny Beth Martin released the following statement today, reacting to radio host Leeann Tweeden’s allegations of sexual misconduct by now-Senator Al Franken and the photo of him groping her. Earlier this week, Jenny Beth wrote a column for The Hill, calling for Congress to be transparent about claims of sexual misconduct against Members and staff and about taxpayer-funded payments to alleged victims. “The allegations made by Leeann Tweeden against now-Senator Al Franken are revolting, and the image of him groping her while she slept provides hard evidence to back up her story. Senators ...

Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Congratulates Roy Moore

Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund congratulates Roy Moore on winning the Republican nomination for Senate in Alabama. Alabamans voted for Roy Moore because they trust him to put their values and interests ahead of the political whims of Mitch McConnell and the so-called Republican ‘leadership’ in the Senate. Sen. McConnell was so invested in defeating Roy Moore, he had his allies spend millions of dollars on attack ads in order to stop him from getting the nomination — millions of dollars spent against a conservative Republican that could have been spent against a liberal Democrat. And why? Because McConnell and his allies are more concerned ...