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Will Murphy keep promises?

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Monday, August 19, 2019

Now that Greg Murphy has won the nomination to run for North Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District, I have some questions for him.

You promised to support President Trump’s agenda. Ok, let’s see.

Will you vote to lower pollution standards so that our air and water pollution will continue to rise as it has for the first time in decades?

Will you vote to continue the increase in our budget deficit?

Will you vote to cut Social Security and Medicare funding?

Will you fight against common sense gun laws and not be swayed by the murders of dozens of our children?

Will you support Trump’s tariffs no matter how many farmers go bankrupt?

Will you support Trump as he sells nuclear technology to the country that sent us the 9/11 terrorists?

Will you vote to put more fascists and sexual predators on the Supreme Court?

Will you vote to keep putting people in charge of government agencies whose agenda it is to destroy their effectiveness?

Will you vote to remove regulations that protect consumers and employees?

Will you support efforts to destroy public education?

Will you vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act even if millions will lose their health insurance?

Will you support him as he criticizes leaders of democratic allies and praises murderous dictators?

Will you block efforts to stop Russian interference in our elections?

Do you support taking children away from their parents and locking them in cages?

Do you think Nazi flag waving people are good people, too?

Will you back Trump’s racist comments and inflammatory rhetoric toward his opponents?

I’d like answers to these questions because I want to be sure you’ll keep your promise to support Trump’s agenda.

Blake Price

Greenville

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