State Rep. Steve Carra, leader of the Michigan House Freedom Caucus, held a press conference on Tuesday morning to reveal a scandal involving Republican leadership and Democrats working together to prevent conservatives from obtaining jobs in the state Capitol.
Through this hiring discrimination, Carra exposed how Republican-In-Name-Only (RINO) leaders are attempting to keep conservative values out of Michigan’s government.
This story was first published on Big League Politics.
Carra described how Matt Hall (R-Richland Twp), the House Minority Leader, is not allowing his staffing decisions to go through, thus preventing him from defending freedom and properly serving his constituents.
Hall is using influence with Joe Tate (D-Detroit), the Majority Leader, to keep conservative individuals away from important staff positions – an example of the collective power of the Uni-party in appointing their favored people into authoritative roles.
“As the radical left continues to embrace tyranny and central planning, the Republican Party needs to inspire voters to vote based on principle. The trajectory our leadership is on is the wrong course. Make no mistake, the Democrats are moving rapidly to the left and are destroying our state and country, but Republicans are complicit when they also shift to the left year after year,” Carra said.
Carra is advocating for reforms that would allow state representatives and senators to make their own staffing decisions without having to rely on party leadership. She has criticized the House Republican Campaign Committee (HRCC) for appointing Rick Snyder, a former Governor who endorsed Joe Biden in 2020, and Bill Parfet, a globalist billionaire who endorsed Gretchen Whitmer in 2022, as their fundraising chairs for the upcoming election.
Carra aims to put an end to this gatekeeping process so that all house members are hired by their bosses.
“Given that Rick Snyder endorsed a Democrat for President of the United States in 2020 and is now leading House Republican Campaign Committee efforts, is he willing to commit by the end of this week to supporting the Republican nominee for President in 2024?” Carra asked at the press conference.
“If so, I’d like to unite to help make sure Republicans win up and down the ticket and that we stand strong on the Republican Party platform. If he is not, I’m asking him to resign from the role he’s playing within the House Republican Campaign Committee,” he added.