Well, it’s about time. Someone has finally stood up and sent the eGOP a strong message. They promised to repeal. They’ve had multiple chances to repeal. And to date, they have not repealed. And now the people are going to do something about it. This may be the first step before a bunch of eGOP slackers are booted out of office for not keeping their promises.
While the talking heads and elected elites inside the belt way spin as to why not, and to what forthcoming substandard measures can be taken to appease the electorate, folks across the country are getting very angry. So, angry, in fact, someone has taken action and filed a fraud and racketeering suit against the Republican party.
The Political Insider has the info:
The Obamacare repeal and replace collapse, constructed by Republicans in Congress, has resulted in one very unhappy donor.
In fact, Bob Heghmann, a GOP donor from Virginia, is suing the party for fraud and racketeering after promising to rid the nation of Obamacare for over seven years, but failing in spectacular fashion.
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) August 6, 2017
From The Hill
The Virginian-Pilot reports that Bob Heghmann, a retired attorney in Virginia Beach, filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court on Thursday. The suit blasts the Republican Party, saying it “has been engaged in a pattern of Racketeering which involves massive fraud perpetrated on Republican voters and contributors as well as some Independents and Democrats.”
The lawsuit’s defendants include the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the Republican Party of Virginia, as well as Virginia’s two members of the RNC and the chairman of the state Republican Party, John Whitbeck.
Don’t you just love it!? Heghemann want the Republican party to return donations if they don’t get the job done. While the arrogant eGOP are scoffing at the premise of the lawsuit, it might be kind of fun to see what the public thinks.