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Another GOP Rep Says He Won’t Be Seeking Re-Election Following Controversy

Yet another Republican lawmaker has announced that he is retiring from Congress.

Following controversy regarding his vote on the Mayorkas impeachment, Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis) has announced that he will not seek re-election.

Sources claim that Gallagher is leaving Congress for a cushy job in the defense industry.

This seems to be a common pattern in politics, and regardless of any statement to the contrary, Gallagher is a RINO—hence why he was offered a lucrative position in the defense industry.

How many times do we have to bear witness to this regulatory capture and collusion between the government and private industry before we do something about it? Here’s Gallagher’s full PR statement:


According to The Epoch Times:

In addition to having served seven years in the military, Mr. Gallagher was once a staffer for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and, when he decided to run for office in 2016, he was working as a global market strategist at a company in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Libs of TikTok outed several GOP lawmakers who refused to vote yes on the impending Mayorkas impeachment.

Politico speculated:

Gallagher’s vote against the impeachment of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas earlier this week prompted reports of a possible primary challenge from a close Trump ally.


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